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Safety 1st Steady Grip Infant Nail Clipper (Colors May Vary) $2.50 @ Amazon

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Pro tip for new parents: When you clip, clip nail-side down to better not clip your kiddo's finger-tips. Better yet, use a yellow buffing block for newborns and when that doesn't cut it anymore, use emery boards. That way no-chance of clip.
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Quote from FrugalBrutal :
Pro tip for new parents: When you clip, clip nail-side down to better not clip your kiddo's finger-tips. Better yet, use a yellow buffing block for newborns and when that doesn't cut it anymore, use emery boards. That way no-chance of clip.
No idea what you are talking about.

For me, a head lamp... the one go around your head. You will need it because the best time to clip the infant nail is when it's not moving...deep sleep. Deep sleep is when the infant couldn't stay awake anymore and just crash. That's the perfect time to get the clipper and light. Depend on your kiddo, you might not need to do it at night.

And always.......... goodluck. Peace
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Quote from FrugalBrutal :
Pro tip for new parents: When you clip, clip nail-side down to better not clip your kiddo's finger-tips. Better yet, use a yellow buffing block for newborns and when that doesn't cut it anymore, use emery boards. That way no-chance of clip.
Agree. I use an Emory board and it works great.

We also got one of those motorized nail grinders from Amazon that works well. Ive. found Emory board to be easier. My wife likes the motorized trimmer.

Something like this but there are tons of brands:

Baby Nail Clippers 20 in 1 by Royal Angels Baby | Safe Electric Baby Nail Trimmer, Baby Nail File Kit, Additional Replacement Heads, Newborn Toddler Toes and Fingernails, Trim and Polish (Blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077QBJ...BVJ12664NN
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No idea what you are talking about.

For me, a head lamp... the one go around your head. You will need it because the best time to clip the infant nail is when it's not moving...deep sleep. Deep sleep is when the infant couldn't stay awake anymore and just crash. That's the perfect time to get the clipper and light. Depend on your kiddo, you might not need to do it at night.

And always.......... goodluck. Peace
Instead of a head lamp I recommend baby nail clippers with a built-in light. They're incredibly practical for trimming baby nails!

https://www.amazon.com/Safety-1st...ght&sr=8-3
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Instead of a head lamp I recommend baby nail clippers with a built-in light. They're incredibly practical for trimming baby nails!

https://www.amazon.com/Safety-1st...ght&sr=8-3
I have that, it doesn't work for me. I need the light from the top.
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