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To make sure baby is getting enough milk, keep track of wet and poopy diapers for the first week, taking note of the number and type of soiled diapers. Comparing your notes to the following norms can put your mind at ease or can alert you to a breast-feeding issue that may need attention:. Cheat Sheet. A couple of weeks before the due date, pack a bag with the following items for both you and your partner: Toiletries, including a razor Pajamas Two changes of clothes.

A Baby-Proofing Checklist Not all safety measures need to be in place by the time baby comes home from the hospital. Comparing your notes to the following norms can put your mind at ease or can alert you to a breast-feeding issue that may need attention: Every day, baby should dirty 8 to 12 diapers total. On day 1, poop should resemble black tar.

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On day 3, poop should begin to be greenish. On day 4, poop should change to greenish yellow. On days 5 to 7, poop should be yellow. You see blackish stools after day 4. Baby has fewer than 8 wet or poopy diapers on any day.