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New born care

May 4th, 2008 by admin

As a new parent dozens of thoughts would cross your mind with the arrival of your little one. Anxiety at being able to be the best as a new parent one amongst the many.
As a new, especially a first time parent there are a few simple things you need to know to take adequate care […]

Category: Baby Care and Child Psychology

Three months old baby’s development

April 11th, 2008 by admin

1 month to 3 months

Three months old baby’s  Motor skills:

1. Head erect and steady
2. Lifts head
3. Hands predominantly open
4. Turns from side to back
5. Elevates self by arms

Three months old baby’s Sensory skills:

Category: Baby Care and Child Psychology

One month old Baby’s development

April 11th, 2008 by admin

1 day to 30 days

One month old Baby’s Motor skills:

1. Lifts head when held at shoulder
2. Postural adjustment when held at the shoulder
3. Lateral head movement
Arms and legs thrust in play

Category: Baby Care and Child Psychology

Infant Feeding - Five must know tips for parents

April 11th, 2008 by admin

Infant feeding tips 
1. Exclusive breast feeding for at least six months.
2. Avoid giving water for the first three months

Category: Baby Care and Child Psychology

Colic

April 10th, 2008 by admin

Colic
What is Colic? 
As a first time parent, I was often at a loss when my few days old would cry for a period ranging from 15 minutes to two hours, especially in the evenings.
It is then that I learnt of this problem called colic with infants. The problem originated in the baby’s digestive system, specifically […]

Category: Baby Care and Child Psychology

Baby and Child Care

February 19th, 2008 by admin

Crying of babies in the early weeks… 
What does it mean?  When it is the   first baby  , parents often feel helpless about handling the situation and the baby. Parents need understand that crying of babies and older children have different meanings.
A baby cries not always in pain or sadness but for other […]

Category: Baby Care and Child Psychology