10 Oct 2022 | 3 min Read
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A power cut can make caring for your baby challenging, even if it’s just for a few hours. Plus, if you don’t have a power backup, most home appliances won’t work.
Power cuts also throw up different challenges, depending on the season and you may be left without any heating or cooling. Hopefully, our guide can help you keep your baby safe and comfortable.
A power cut can happen commonly during summer when we need our fans, ACs and refrigerators the most. Here are some tips to take care of your baby during the heat and during hot power cut days. While we cannot really control the weather, here are some tips to beat the heat during hot power cut days:
A power cut can be challenging for you and your baby. Since your baby is delicate, excess sweating and heat can cause an array of problems. Hence, try these tips to keep your baby comfortable and safe throughout.
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