Sunday, April 25, 2010
Having a baby is a pleasure in life. To watch your baby is growing is a memorable thing in your life. Every day is precious. The important thing is keep him in a good environment. Skin care is most important. Wash the diapers with gentle soap and dry them in sunlight. Clean the baby's backside (bottom) with Luke warm water using cotton. Change the wet diapers immediately. Keep your baby without diapers for few hours every day.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
It may surprise you to know that the more people have considered special methods of bringing up babies the more they have come to the assumption that what good parents instinctively feel like doing for their babies is usually best, after all. Further more, all parents do their best job when they have a natural easy confidence in themselves. Better to make a few mistakes from being natural than to do every thing letter perfect out of a feeling of worry.
Parental classes for expectant mothers and fathers are provided in many hospitals. They are very helpful in discussing the questions and problems that all expectant parents have concerning pregnancy, delivery, and care of the baby etc.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
The most important thing I have to say is that you should not take too literally what is said in this blog. Every child is different, every parent is different, every illness or behavior problem is somewhat different from every other. All I can do is describe the most common developments and problems in the most general terms. Remember that you know a lot about your child and that I don’t know anything about him. So I have tried to give a more balanced view.
Don’t take too seriously what your neighbors say about baby care. Don’t be overawed by what the experts say. Don’t be afraid about pregnancy to trust your own common sense. Bringing up your child is a pleasure and it won’t be complicated job if you take it easy, trust your own instincts, and follow the directions that your doctor gives you. We know for a fact that the natural loving care that kindly parents give their children is a hundred times more valuable than their knowing how to pin a diaper on just right or how to make a formula expertly. Every time you pick your baby up, even if you do it a little awkwardly at first, every time you change him, bath him, feed him, smile at him, he is getting a feeling that he belongs to you and that you belong to him. Nobody else in the world, no matter how skillful, can give that to him.
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Soon you are going to have a baby or may be you have him already. You are happy and excited, but if you have not had much experience, you wonder whether you are going to know how to do a good job. Lately you have been listening more carefully to your friends and relatives when they talk about bringing up a child. You have begun to read articles by experts in the magazines and newspapers.
After the baby is born, the doctor and nurses will be to give you instructions too. Some times it sounds like a very complicated business. You find out all the vitamins a baby needs and all the inoculations. One mother tells you that egg should be given early because of its iron, and another says that egg should be delayed to avoid allergy. You hear that a baby is easily spoiled by being picked up too much but also that a baby must be cuddled plenty; that fairy tales make children nervous and that fairy tales are a wholesome out let.