It is not known what kind of responsibilities a newborn baby will bring to the family. Mothers and daughters think they are faced with a problem they can not get under. This is a misconception. Pediatricians who are well-versed in giving certain prescriptions about child care are nowadays, each baby’s size, kilo, color and so on. They think that they are creatures different from the directions and that babies that are different in terms of things they like, their feelings, sleeping habits, growth patterns, habits should not be raised in a strict sense.
Every baby should be treated and treated as a separate person. But you should not always expect what your doctor should always do. He may tell you a few things about the way you will generally follow, but you are those who will apply them to your baby. That is why parents have to trust their own judgments. Theoretical knowledge is not always the place of practical experience.
The stamen weighs about 3,5 kilograms on average. Girls are as light as 250 grams. It can grow up to five kilos. Babies born two pounds less than five hundred are considered to be premature, and this is a special case. Most of them get twice their weight in five to six months. The length is between 48 and 53 centimeters. Your baby’s age will be longer when you’re younger. Congenital head and chest circumference equal. Then the head grows rapidly and when it is pressed into an age the envelope increases by 4 centimeters. The skull bones are soft and the child should not lie on one side for a long time until one year. A breastfeed should be tilted to the left, the other to the right, both superficial and supine. The two soft zones in the skull are the pinnacles, the regions where the bones do not fuse. In the fourth trimester at the back of the head, the second trimester is closed at the eighteenth. Although the nurses do not need special care, it is not right to squeeze the place.
Walking: Some children begin to crawl in the seventh month. Some wait for the tenth or even eleventh month to crawl. At the end of the first year, the child should be able to stand on their feet easily and walk. If held in hand, usually walk in the twelfth month. If not helped, walking normally begins between twelve and sixteen months. Of course, some of them grow faster, but 4O percent of children can walk at one year and 60 percent of them can walk at fourteen months. Walking for children who are fat or ill can be delayed until two years of age. Sometimes a slippery floor, a stuffy room, or a squeezing shoe can keep the child from walking. There may be damage to the muscle in sickness, rickets or nerves, but these are very rare. Parents who are reluctant to walk should wait patiently and should not go forcing unless they are ready to walk. Putting it next to other children who are just beginning to walk is also an incentive for the child to walk.
Vision and Hearing: Babies after birth can distinguish between light and darkness, but they can not concentrate their attention on an object until two weeks. Usually after four weeks they can look at something and they can observe an actor with two eyes while they are two months old. In the first few months it may be thought that the child is squinting because it will have difficulty collecting at some point. This situation will disappear in a short time, there is no need to worry.
Shortly after birth, babies recognize noise and voices, but it takes two to three months to distinguish one voice from another. Babies aged two to three months enjoy listening to music, and sometimes they even stop crying.
Tasting: Babies do not have an enhanced taste sensation. But they can distinguish between sweet and sour foods.