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Article: Tips for Raising a baby healthily and safely

Tips for Raising a baby healthily and safely

Tips for Raising a baby healthily and safely

For a family, having a baby is a delightful thing, and the arrival of the baby has brought about a sea change to the whole family.

However, for new parents to take care of the baby is not as simple as imagined, the face of a lot of child-rearing issues are also at a loss. Especially newborn babies need to be carefully cared for, in all aspects of food, clothing, housing, transportation can not be sloppy.

In this article, Kaiya Baby will give you a list of practical parenting tips for babies to help new parents lay a good foundation for their child's future growth and development.

A child's future is more in the hands of the mother than it is in the hands of others to manipulate.

Did you know that up to 75% of every meal is used to build your baby's brain? Or that more than 80% of a baby's brain is formed by age 3?

The first three years of life are better than all subsequent stages of development, and better than the sum total of the years after the age of three until death.

Overprotection, overrestriction, substitution, lack of activities, and insufficient training of large and small motor skills in infancy are important causes of sensory integration disorders in childhood. Sensory integration disorder is an important cause of hyperactivity, distraction, behavioral deviation, learning difficulties, and computational, language, and social disorders in children.

Parenting tips: Reasonable nutrition and balanced diet; walking in multiple directions to develop motor skills; building blocks, playing with sets of towers and shaped boards to promote the development of fine motor skills of the hands; recognizing colors, shapes and pictures, learning to doodle, and identifying sizes; listening to stories, children's songs, and number songs; inspiring babies to use language to express their own requirements; providing babies with opportunities to interact with their peers to promote language and social skills; understanding the babies' language and movements to satisfy babies' legitimate requests; and fostering the ability and habit of independent living.

Cognitive development

Cognitive or brain development means the process of learning memory, language, thinking and reasoning. Learning language is more than just making sounds,listening, understanding, and learning the names of people and things are all part of language development.

During your baby's first month, try to avoid crowded places and ask people to wash their hands before holding your baby. Talk to your baby often. They will find your voice calming.

When your baby makes sounds, repeat them and add words. This will help your baby begin to understand language. Start reading to your baby as early as possible and keep doing it regularly. This will also help them understand language and sounds

During the first year of life, babies learn to focus on their vision and reach out and explore to learn about what's going on around them.

This stage, infants are also developing bonds of love and trust with parents and others as part of their social and emotional development. The way parents hold and play with their child will set the stage for the child's interactions with parents and others.

How can I build intimacy with my baby?

Intimacy occurs in the first hours and days of a child's life, when parents develop a deep connection with their child. Physical closeness can help form emotional connections and help the baby develop in other ways. Another way to think about bonding is "falling in love". With your baby. Children thrive on having parents or other adults in their lives who love them unconditionally.

Here are ways to build intimacy with your baby:

Praise your baby and give him more love.

Spend time holding your baby, this will make him feel cared for and safe.

Play with your baby when he is awake and relaxed. Watch your baby closely for signs of tiredness or irritability so that he can rest when he needs to.

Distract your baby with toys and move him to a safe place when he starts to touch things he is not supposed to touch.

Take care of yourself physically, mentally and emotionally. Parenting is hard work, and parents are more likely to be positive, loving parents when they feel good about themselves.

How do I soothe my baby?

Helping babies relax can make them feel happier and more comfortable. Here are some tips for calming your baby.

Massage: Infant massage may be helpful for babies, especially those born prematurely or with health problems. Certain types of massage can enhance bonding and help babies grow and develop. Many books and videos describe infant massage - ask your doctor for advice. Be careful though - babies aren't as strong as adults, so massage your baby gently.

Swaddling: another soothing method is swaddling, which is very effective for some babies in the first few weeks of life. Proper swaddling keeps the baby's arms close to their body while allowing their legs to move slightly. It keeps the infant warm and seems to provide a sense of security and comfort for most newborns. Swaddling may also help to limit the startle reflex, which can wake the infant.

What should I know about my baby's sleep?

You may be surprised to learn that newborns sleep for about 16 hours or more. They usually sleep 2 to 4 hours. Many babies sleep through the night (6 to 8 hours) by 3 months of age, but don't worry if your baby doesn't sleep through the night. Like adults, babies develop their own sleep patterns and cycles.

Always put infants to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Other safe sleep habits include:

Do not use blankets, quilts, sheepskins, bumpers, stuffed animals, or pillow cribs in cribs or bassinets because they can suffocate the infant

Parents share a bedroom (but not a bed) with their infant between 6 months and 1 year of age 

How can I keep my baby safe?

When the baby becomes a member of the family, it is important for the parents to make sure that the home environment is safe. Also, make sure that the parents are mentally and emotionally prepared for the baby's arrival.

Here are some tips to keep your baby safe.

  1. Never shake your baby. Babies' neck muscles are very weak and cannot yet support their heads. If you shake your baby, you can damage his brain and even cause death.
  1. Make sure your baby sleeps on his back to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
  1. Make sure your baby and family are protected from second-hand smoke and do not let anyone smoke in your home.
  1. When your baby rides in a car, put him in the back seat.
  1. Cut food into small pieces to prevent your baby from choking. Also, do not let him play with small toys and other things that he can easily swallow.
  1. Do not let your baby play with anything that may cover his face.
  1. Do not carry hot liquids or food around your baby or while holding him.
  1. Vaccinations are important to protect your baby's health and safety. To prevent your baby from getting serious diseases, it is important to get the right vaccines at the right time to make sure your baby is up to date.

Before long, you'll be living a regular life and raising your children like a professional. If you have questions or concerns, talk to your doctor. They can recommend helpful resources.

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Yujia Shi

An expert in sleep sack design, is a valued contributor to Kaiya Baby's blog. With a strong background in baby sleep bags and maternal care, she is highly regarded for her professionalism. Yujia Shi prioritizes baby comfort and safety in her designs, using high-quality materials. Her insightful articles on sleep bags have been featured in reputable publications and have gained a significant readership. Trust Yujia Shi to help you create a comfortable and safe sleep environment for your baby, backed by her proven track record in the industry.

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