Child leaving after hospital


How to care for a baby - every parent cares. Responsible medic understands that the newborn needs daily leaving. Special attention should be paid to child hygiene. A lot of issues that concern to responsible parent - as the baby is weaned at night . Problem as to disaccustom newborn from the breast  is highly serious. Often theparent have not enough information and skills how to disaccustom the newborn from a nipples . At times extremely important time to take maintenance of a newborn. Is your baby still can not take leaving of themselves and so is needs of care father and mum.

How to feed a newborn

Amount of meals should be 130-200 grams.

Gruel rice,millet, grits - this is best morning breakfast for child

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

The more water the newborn tea, juice, compote of watermelon.

At the early breakfast newborn can offer 0.5 of egg.

In porridge, you can add sliced watermelon.

However to wean off sucking

In the case that the baby suck the pacifier and do not want back it to parent, if mother and father ask, do then:

Entertain with it further, give gifts.

Set the conditions under which newborn may sucking a pacifiers - during the illness and be firm. Steadily but slowly declining span of time when a child is permitted sucking.

Invite a child to gift a soother a people newborn likes, for example to a mum.

Encourage your child for refusal of suck

Never let a pacifier confection.

A child often mimics other older parents.

Point out to the older baby - that do not suck.

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