Posts Tagged ‘baby’s development’
First of all remember that even though the little ones begin to crawl between 7 and 8 months, you should not force them, each has a different pace of learning which may be earlier or later.
You make the crawl a game, placing objects (toys or anything you like) in front of him to get his attention, keep a distance more or less close, let the baby scope of the object and then repeat the exercise.
Do not get tired so do it as a game and once in a while, just have fun, because if you see it as an obligation will not, while playing with the always smile at him and show your happiness with their achievements.
Put obstacles on the way to learn to deal with them, you can use pillows, boxes; this will provide security and greater development. Read the rest of this entry »
The kids start to sit around 6 months and begin to crawl about 9 months. Definitely some kids start later but do not be alarmed if your baby it takes is totally normal.
It is important that babies have strength in the back, this is the first step in learning the crawl through the game you can encourage the child from lying down to sitting, gently pulling small arms. Read the rest of this entry »
Apert syndrome is a craniofacial anomaly, which causes a defect in the skull, hands, feet, and increased intracranial pressure, cardio-respiratory problems, mental retardation, blindness, hearing loss, ear infections, among others.
Family may occur through inheritance or new mutation, the syndrome occurs in fewer children and is generated during the gestation period. The diagnosis can be given at birth, because there are special features on the face, sutures close and severe brachycephaly.
Treatment consists of several operations in order to achieve decompress the intracranial space, improve respiratory function and allow normal development of the baby. Read the rest of this entry »