The most comprehensive baby care strategy in history 1-12 months(PART 3)


With the baby coming into this world, are you still upset because you don't have professional nursing knowledge? Are you still overwhelmed because the baby is crying loudly but can't find the reason? Don't worry, I will organize for you the most detailed baby care knowledge in history, covering the most detailed collection of 0-12 months, so that you can do everything with ease, even no more insomnia. All knowledge sources come from Chole Kim, a professor of medicine at UCLA. Due to the word limit, I will be divided into four chapters, each chapter covers three months of knowledge, if you want to know the remaining content, please go to:
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Eat carefully
Salt, pepper, and other seasonings should not be given to the baby before 1 year old, and sugar water or ice water should not be given to the baby.

Train your baby to eat supplementary food by himself, such as using a small spoon independently or grasping by hand.

Behavior training
Encourage your baby to crawl early and crawl more, which has many benefits. Don't let climbing be replaced by sitting.

The baby will have a lot of repetitive actions, such as placing the same block repeatedly, don't stop it.Don't tell your baby "it's dark, there are ghosts outside" the baby will be afraid of the dark, timid and afraid to be alone.

Basic skills performance
Ability to be mastered (most babies can do): able to sit without support; able to pull things towards oneself.Developing ability (half of babies can do it): the body can leap forward or start crawling; can speak vaguely or make certain syllables; begin to recognize birth.

Advanced skills (only a few babies can do it)can wave their hands goodbye; can stand holding things; can collide things with each other; begin to understand the persistence of objects; (even if the object is invisible, it still exists).




Vaccine plan at this stage
You can receive the first measles vaccine after 8 months, and some babies do not receive the measles vaccine until after one year old. For details, please consult the local health station or hospital.

Complementary feeding
You can start to try supplementary foods such as pasta and buns for your baby. Don't give your baby puffed food, popcorn, potato chips, heavy oil food, pickled food, sugar and salty food. Babies who are exclusively breastfed 6 months ago may not drink water. Babies after 6 months do not drink pure water and mineral water, but boiled warm water.

Behavior training
Exercise your baby's crawling ability regularly, and don't rush to let your baby walk. Crawling is very helpful to the baby's coordination ability.

Basic skills performance
Ability to be mastered (most babies can do): call mother ", father" to their parents (but it may not be clear who is who); be able to pass items from one hand to the other.

Developing abilities (half of babies can do it): can stand with things supported; can crawl; can use fingers on things; can find hidden things.

Advanced abilities (only a few babies can do): can pull things to stand up and walk a few steps; can pinch things with thumb and index finger; can use gestures to express what they want.



Vaccine plan at this stage
At this time, the baby will be given a second meningococcal vaccine.

Don't eat sugar and chocolate.
Formulate the baby's eating rules, determine the position regularly and quantitatively, and develop good habits, otherwise the baby will not like to eat, which will affect the development. Resolutely do not eat snacks, eating snacks will affect eating meals.

Parenting points
Read and flip books with your baby. Prepare a toy box for your baby and let the baby put it back after playing with the toy. You can tell him that the ball is home.
Cultivate your baby's sense of music, 10~15 minutes of classical music every day, and rhythmic music can be played when the baby is crawling. Play games to stimulate the baby's curiosity. You can push the built blocks to the place, and then accompany the baby to pick it up, so that the baby can find the ball.

Behavior training
Learn to stand.
Basic skills performance
The abilities that should be mastered (most babies can do): can stand on things; can speak vaguely; or make certain syllables; begin to understand the persistence of objects.
Developing abilities (half of babies can do it): able to hold furniture for a few steps; able to drink from a learning cup; grabbing and eating with hands; colliding things with each other.
Advanced ability (only a few babies can do it): Can play clapping and hiding cats; can call out "dad" and "mother" correctly.

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