Posts Tagged ‘development of a baby’
With eight months, the baby likes to move around and investigate everything, becoming more aware of what is happening around them and acquires new strength may be strong enough to stand while holding onto a chair or sofa. In a couple of months, you must to start walking, holding on to furniture.
Most babies crawl at this age and are able to find a way to match their motor skills with their senses, so they can manipulate toys with relative ease. With this age use the pincer grip with the thumb, which is what sufficiently well developed for baby can pick up very small objects.
In the eighth month, most babies sleep an average of 13 to 14 hours a day, will do two naps a day, once in the morning and afternoon, with an average of one hour, but some babies can survive with a pair of 20-minute naps. Read the rest of this entry »
When babies are very small, pediatricians recommend them to sleep on their back or side; these sleeping positions have become preferred by most mothers, as cases of sudden death have been increasing.
And it is to sleep upside down, could be a major factor in causing death of children. It was thought that placing them face down, they helped in the expulsion of exhaust gases and if vomiting, asphyxia is avoided. But then it is found that this position did nothing but increases the risk of choking and immediately advised not to use it in very small babies.
What causes this sudden death? The latest research has shown that an anomaly in a part of the brain responsible for controlling heart rate, breathing and arousal could be the main cause of this sudden death syndrome. Read the rest of this entry »
Since he was in the womb the baby was connected with their parents, and came to the world as he grows, the voice and the smell of the mother is an effective pain reliever, such as happens with his dad, who passed security being around him.
So play and create rituals to maintain these visual and physical contacts with the child are necessary and useful for their development as part of the stimulation to their best growth.
You may find that when they change if you keep looking as you talk about 20 or 30 inches away, quickly catch your attention, little by little as your vision evolves much longer can maintain the look. The visual connection with the small is very important because it keeps the development of contact and communication is the key to parent and child. Read the rest of this entry »