Childbirth and newborn care


The best solution to nourish a baby with warm milk. A lot of thinks that worry to responsible father and mother - as to disaccustom a newborn from a fit . Problem how to wean the child to touch is extremely significant. At times aparent do not have enough information and skills as to disaccustom a baby suck his thumb. Occasionally highly influential time to take care of a newborn. Is your baby still can not take leaving of themselves and why in need of maintenance parent. Modern parent awares that a newborn requires every day leaving. Particular attention should be given to child health.

How to disaccustom off sucking

In a case that the newborn suck the soother and do not want back it to parent, when parent ask, do so:

Child always want to be older people and imitate older people.

Install regulations under which child may to suck a soothers - during a illness then mom and father must be firm.

Play with it further, give gifts.

Point out to a other child - that do not a pacifiers.

Ask a newborn to gift his pacifiers a man baby likes, for example to a grandparent.

Foster a child for refusing sucking

Never give the soothers confection. Carefully but steadily declining span of period when a baby is allowed to suck the pacifiers.

What to nourish a newborn 6 months

A more water the baby tea, breeding juice, infusion of melon.

In porridge, can be added sliced watermelon. At reasonable breakfast, the baby is better to propose porridge.

Porridge oatmeal,semolina, wheat - this is the best reasonable breakfast for newborn

A best useful of porridge - grits,wheat,oatmeal.

Quantity of porridge can be 110-180 g.

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