Baby health is important to every parent. But sadly, coughs, colds and fevers can be a regular occurrence, especially in the winter months. And as your little one gets older, bumps and grazes will also be commonplace. That's why every parent needs a well stocked first aid kit, to deal with little emergencies without having to make any panicked trips to late night chemists.
So what medical supplies should no self respecting baby care first aid kit be without? We think we've got the definitive list. From plasters to aspirators, we've thought of everything you need to keep your little one fighting fit. Remember that some baby health items, like the medicines and scissors, will need to be locked away in a high cupboard.
Another great tip is to print out important numbers, like that of your family doctor or NHS direct, and stick it inside your medical kit.
Use the thumb up and down voting buttons to send your favourites to the top of the list or vote down the kit you don't need.
Keeping a well-stocked first aid kit just got a whole lot easier, thanks to Kiddicare's essentials checklist. We think it's the definitive list of basic medical supplies that you need to keep your baby healthy. So print off our medical supplies checklist and take it with you when you go shopping. That way, you'll be able to tick items off as you buy them.
Help others by voting on your baby health care favourites or let us know if there's something you think we've missed.