The most comprehensive baby care strategy in history 1-12 months(PART 4)

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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: https://superboris.com/blogs/superboris-all-skills-of-baby
let’s get it!!

 

10MONTH

Behavior training

The main thing for babies at this stage to learn is to walk. Parents can let the baby hold on to the edge of the bed or table and chairs and try to walk slowly.


Parenting points
Create an environment for your baby to think independently. Don’t disturb your baby while playing with toys or building blocks. If you buy a new toy and see that your baby is still playing with other toys, don’t interrupt your baby. After your baby is not playing, tell your baby to play with new toys. Otherwise, the baby will not concentrate on anything and will get used to tasting it.
Look at the pictures to learn how to call animals.
It is not recommended to use a walker.
If the baby is self-willed and cannot be indulged, he can divert his attention or wait for the baby to calm down before processing.

Intellectual development
At this time, you can show your baby some simple and colorful books, or pictures that can help you recognize. The mother can point to the picture and repeatedly tell the child the names of the objects or plants and animals in the painting. The baby will learn the appearance of an adult, pointing to the picture and reading the name of the image in the picture.

Basic skills performance
The abilities that should be mastered (most babies can do): can wave goodbye; can use thumb and index finger to pinch objects; crawling proficiently, the belly can leave the ground.
Developing ability (half of babies can do it): able to distinguish and call out "dad" and "mother" correctly; able to use gestures to express what you want.

Advanced abilities (only a few babies can do): able to stand for a few seconds without holding things; able to put things in a container.

 

11-12MONTH

Bowel training
Train your baby to sit on the potty alone to defecate. At first, sit for 2-3 minutes at a time, and gradually extend to 5-10 minutes after 1 year old. If you can't defecate smoothly, you can sit on the potty after a while, and don't force your baby to sit on the potty for a long time. Train your baby to have regular bowel movements, usually in the morning.

Training to speak
Many babies have already begun to talk around 1 year old, so we need to give them more opportunities to talk. If your baby wants to get a cup, don't hand it to him right away. Encourage the baby to speak out. 12~24 months is the expression stage of the baby's oral language, and the baby should be trained to actively express his needs.

Training to walk
Train the baby to walk by himself. If the baby falls down, he must not help him. Reluctantly guide the baby to get up by himself. At the beginning, the baby will be very slow, but will slowly rise on its own. This kind of baby is strong and independent. There are many benefits to walking barefoot.

Reading book
Let the baby read more books, exercise finger dexterity, accompany the baby to read and read, insist on reading every day, and develop the habit of the baby to take the initiative to read.

Basic skills performance
Ability to master (most babies can do): able to imitate other people's actions; able to use gestures to express what you want.
Developing ability (half of babies can do it): able to take a few steps; able to speak individual words in addition to "mum" and "daddy".
Advanced abilities (only a few babies can do it): can walk independently; can do graffiti with colored pens; can speak individual words except for "mum" and "daddy".

 

 

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