Visits To Grandma

Grandma’s Checklist

Keep a Rubbermaid container of toys, books, kids, outside toys, videos and art supplies in the garage. Bring them out when the kids arrive. It will be a novelty for the kids to have a basket of toys they are not used to and hopefully it will keep them away from the breakables.

Great extras to have at grandma’s:

Extra carseat

Booster seat (instead of a highchair) for meals that can sit on a chair and fold up compactly-it includes a tray for infants.

A Pack-n-Play

A Baby Gate
Door Knob Covers
Electrical Outlet Covers

Bath mat and/or bath seat

A compact umbrella stroller for walks.

A night light

Diapers & wipes & baby food

Diaper changing pad

Baby Monitor

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One Comment

  1. What a good list. Some things on there I hadn’t thought of before but that would be very useful to keep at grandma’s.

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