Voice To A New Mother’s

Starting from week to a month—

Things you should knows about baby… My ideas to a new born mother’s.

They only have eyes for you : Your baby’s eyesight is still pretty fuzzy. Babies are born nearsighted. So they see things best when they’re within 10 inches. That means they can only see your face clearly when you’re holding them close.

Don’t worry if your baby doesn’t look you right in the eye from the start; Newborn tend to look at your eye brows, your hair line, or your moving mouth, as they get to know you in the course of the first month, they’ll become more interested in having eye – to- eye exchanges. Studies show that newborns prefer human faces to all other patterns or colors. (High contrast items, like a checkerboard, are next in line.

Give your baby plenty of opportunity to study your features by looking at her up close. As you or your partner hold her move your head slowly from side to side and see whether her eyes follow you, an exercise that can help strengthen infant eye muscles. (Don’t be alarmed if your baby looks at you with crossed eyes: It’s normal for newborn eye to wander or cross now and than during the first month or so of life.)

Even this early, babies can recognize faces and gesture intuitively- and sometimes even imitates them. Try putting your face close to her and sticking out your tongue or raising your eyebrows a few times. Then give your baby some time to examine your gesture.

If your baby doesn’t copy your expression now, trust me she’s keeping close tabs and learning. If you try to interact with her and she doesn’t seem receptive, don’t worry. She may be sleepy or a bit overwhelmed. Look for signs that your baby need a break: looking away arching her back, closing her eyes, and fussing or crying.

Weighty issue: If you’re breastfeeding, you may be wandering whether your baby’s getting enough to eat, especially if he seems to be hungry all the time. The answers is probably yes; just remember she digesting breast milk milk within a couple of hours of consuming it….?

That is all I have to share with new born mother’s out there,, so be proud to brought up your child,, when she or he growing it will not depart from it….

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My Life

It happens that people pay too much attention to material things. After some time they understand that it is a mistake and that true connection with family and friends is far more valuable. Unfortunately, this understanding can come to us when it’s too late. On this page you will find a collection of heart touching stories with moral lesson that will make you rethink what is truly important to us in this life.

Setting limits

Your baby now understands simple instructions, though he may not always follow them. Infants have very little self-control or impulse control. They may cognitively start to understand what “no” means but be unable to control their behavior consistently. Set up babyproof areas where your baby can play safely so that you don’t need to say “no” all day.

Even though your baby may not always remember tomorrow what you’ve said today, it’s not too soon to set certain boundaries and start teaching him some important distinctions, like right from wrong and safe from unsafe.

Use your best judgment as a guideline. You’re not being mean if you don’t let him devour a second cupcake, for example — you’re setting a healthy limit. If he pulls the cat’s tail, move his hand, look him in the eye, and say, “No, that hurts the cat.” Then guide your baby’s hand to pet the cat gently.

Your baby’s desire to explore is stronger than his desire to listen to your warnings, so it’s up to you to protect and teach him. What seems to be defiance is just his natural curiosity to see how the world works.