Care for the newborn weeks

Child

The best solution to nourish a child with breast milk. A lot of questions which concern to responsible parent - how to disaccustom a baby waking up at night . Thinks however to disaccustom child from the breast  is very significant. Sometimes amum lack a information and skills how to disaccustom a baby from a fit . Occasionally highly serious time to take care of a baby. Is your child still may not take leaving of themselves and why in need of care mum. Special attention should be given a baby's food. Each parent knows a newborn needs every day care. Particular attention requires be paid to food and feeding. How to look after for the child - responsible parent worries.

What to feed a baby months

In porridge, may be added sliced watermelon.

The more water the baby watter, breeding juice, compote of strawberries.

Add a gruel a a small piece of butter, about the size of 7 g.

How to wean from sucking

If a child suck the soother and do not want return it to mom and father, when father and mom ask, try a following:

Set the regulations under which newborn may to suck a soother - newborn is sick then father and mum must be strong.

Entertain with it further, donate stickers.

Do not let a nipple candy.

Invite a child to gift the soother a man child knows, as a grandparent. Carefully but persistently shrinking time of time when a baby is allowed sucking.

Child often need to be parents and imitate older parent.

Foster a newborn for refusing suck

Show child to the other child - that do not the pacifiers.

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