im a first time mum also and i was told that if you just bite their nails off its much safer then using nail clippers as they move around to much and could be dangerous....
Kayla Elizabeth (10/1/06) Mummy''''s Angel
i use baby nail clippers and have my hubby do it while she is feeding.
She is relaxed and pre-occupied and doesnt move arms about.
I havent tried it while asleep as she is gets put to bed awake, but I am sure it would work also.
DD is 3yr 8 months - DS is 6 months
My little boy was born with long finger nails and i was too scared to clip them too, i made his dad do them the first couple of times (less scary) but what i felt works the best for me is biting them or taking them off with your own nails after hes had a bath.I found that they are much softer and easier to take off this way. Good luck!
its scary but i dont care if it takes a whole day to do 1 hand just dont rush and if bub doesnt want to sit there do it later
Logan 02/02/06 - Sarah 29/05/07
hope all goes well.
Mumma of 2
, or take the one with glass or spy hole which will be helpful for parents to avoid for cutting their skin. Or you can take the article of best nail clippers on amazon for baby to know more features that you need.