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A Simple 2-Step Plan To Beat The Biggest Baby Growth And Development Problem

By Dalene Joubert.

Let's go ahead and first look how a lack of a clear route troubles parents.
Many parents instinctively know that babies eventually grow up and learn to crawl and walk.
Most parents are totally unaware of all the clear signs along the baby growth and development route.

One of the easiest and best ways to follow your infant's development route, is by following the "baby milestones" -or simply milestones.Merely knowing which milestones to look for goes a very long way towards helping parents to measure their baby's development.

Baby growth and development is more than merely following a specific route. Most parents are unaware that there's a schedule to mastering the milestones. Years' research and observations have proven remedial actions to get baby development back on track should it be too slow. Most parents allow too little time for any remedial actions to take effect and correct development problems.
This only leads to disappointment, more stress and worries... and a persisting baby development problem.So, how do we overcome our baby growth and development worries?Here's a 2-Step Plan to beat the most common baby growth and development problems:
Step 1: Learn the major baby milestones and the accompanying skills your infant must master
Step 2: Learn the schedule for reaching these milestones - when must it be mastered?
However simple these 2 baby growth and development tips may be, they work.

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Your 7-month-old: Week 2

How your baby's growing:

By now, you may have already told your baby that the telephone isn't a toy, or that rattles aren't for throwing, or that her sister's hair isn't for pulling. At this age, your baby may begin testing your authority by refusing to follow your simple directions. She's not really being disobedient or willful — just curious.
Your life: Treating yourself well


Being responsible for a tiny creature 24/7 or rushing from work to baby can be rattling. A few midway-through-the-first-year reminders:

Stay healthy. Don't skimp on your own nutrition — whether or not you've lost your pregnancy weight. Avoid caffeine and alcohol: Their stimulating and calming effects are only temporary and wind up making you feel worse later. Do some moderate exercise several times a week, even if it's just walking after parking your car a little farther from work.

Allow yourself plenty of sleep, including naps if possible. And wash your hands a lot and avoid touching your eyes to prevent catching a cold, especially if your baby has much contact with other children.


Get out. Enjoy some fresh air by taking a walk or gardening. Your baby is still small and portable, so take advantage of this before she's a toddler on the go. Venture out on your own, too: Arrange an excursion with a friend or your partner for a little adult conversation, or treat yourself to another activity you miss.

Pamper yourself. Splurge on a massage, a facial, a manicure, or whatever makes you feel special. A nice long bath can do wonders, too.


Get centered. Consider yoga, a stretching class, deep breathing, or other relaxation exercises.

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Your 7-month-old's

Recognition skills

Your baby now actively engages in hiding games. Place one of his favorite toys on the floor and cover it with a napkin. Pull the napkin off and say, "There it is!" Cover it again and repeat.

For more fun, hide an object under something and wait for him to discover it. It's one of the easiest ways to keep your baby occupied!



Your baby can remember that the jack-in-the-box pops up at the end of the song — yet he'll still laugh every time. He's also able to recognize different tones and inflections and may burst into tears if you speak harshly.

Stimulating toys and games

Because he likes predictability, your baby enjoys playing the same game or reading the same book over and over. In addition to patty-cake, try adding classics such as "If You're Happy and You Know It" and "This Little Piggy" to your repertoire.

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Learning to grab


Your baby's fine motor skills are coming along, too. By now she can probably scoop things up with just one little hand and transfer them from one hand to the other fairly easily. She may also be able to clasp her hands together and sip from a two-handled cup (with your assistance). Before long you'll probably notice the noise level increasing, not only because of your baby's babble, but also because she'll find out how much fun it is to bang objects together.

To encourage fine motor activity, place a toy just out of your baby's reach and watch her try to get it. Of course, this will give her ideas, and she'll soon be rocking back and forth on her hands and knees and may crawl or repeatedly roll over to move about the room. Aid her explorations and mobility by dressing her in loose, comfortable clothes
Teething

While your baby may already have begun teething (the average age is five or six months, though it can start as early as three months or as late as 12 months), about now you can expect to see the two upper central incisors, then the two lateral incisors. Don't be alarmed if your baby has gaps between some of her teeth; teeth often come through the gums at odd angles, and any spaces commonly disappear after all 20 baby teeth have broken through. Once your baby starts teething, you can expect more drooling and experimenting with sounds as she adjusts to having these strange new things in her mouth.

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Milk Samples

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Two 25ml samples of human breast milk pumped from the same woman, at the same time to illustrate what human breast milk looks like, and how human breast milk can vary. The left hand sample is Foremilk. Foremilk has a higher water content and a lower fat content to satisfy thirst. The right hand sample is Hindmilk. Hindmilk has a lower water content and a higher fat content to satisfy hunger. Although the names may suggest otherwise, hindmilk and foremilk do not flow one after the other respectively. As breastmilk is made continuously including and during the feed itself, the milk is constantly switching between Foremilk and Hindmilk until the baby has had enough

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Exclusive breastfeeding

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Breast milk refers to the milk produced by a mother to feed her baby. Breastfeeding also provides health benefits for the mother. It assist the uterus to return to its pre-pregnancy size and reduces post-partum bleeding as well as assisting the mother to return to her pre-pregnancy weight. Breastfeeding also reduces the risk of breast cancer later in life.

Breast milk refers to the milk produced by a mother to feed her baby. It provides the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlers may continue to be breastfed. The baby nursing from its own mother is the most ordinary way of obtaining breastmilk, but the milk can be pumped and then fed by baby bottle, cup and/or spoon, supplementation drip system, and nasogastric tube. Breastmilk can be supplied by a woman other than the baby's mother; this is known as wetnursing.



The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding until six months of age, with solids being introduced at this age. Breastfeeding is recommended for at least twelve months and can continue as long as mother and child wish. Breastfeeding continues to offer health benefits into and after toddlerhood. These benefits include; reduced risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome , increased intelligence, reduced likelihood of contracting middle ear infections and cold and flu bugs, reduced risk of some cancers such as childhood leukemia, lower risk of childhood onset diabetes, reduced risk of asthma and eczema, fewer dental problems, and reduced risk of obesity later in life.

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Breast Milk

Not all the properties of breast milk are understood, but its nutrient content is relatively stable. Breast milk is made from the nutrients in the bloodstream and bodily stores. Breastfeeding uses an average of 500 calories per day and helps the mother lose weight after giving birth. The composition of breast milk changes depending on how long the baby nurses at each session, as well as on the age of the child.

Research shows that the milk and energy content of breastmilk actually decreases after the first year. Breastmilk adapts to a toddler's developing system, providing exactly the right amount of nutrition at exactly the right time. In fact, research shows that between the ages of 12 and 24 months, 448 milliliters of human milk provide these percentages of the following minimum daily requirements:


*Energy: 29%

*Folate: 76%

*Protein: 43%

*Vitamin B12: 94%

*Calcium: 36%

*Vitamin C: 60%

*Vitamin A: 75%


The quality of a mother's breast milk may be compromised by stress, bad food habits, chronic illnesses, smoking, and drinking.

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Skin care

Baby’s have very sensitive skin. It’s not necessary for you to use shampoos, powders, oils, baby wipes soaps etc. All you need for your baby to be clean and have healthy skin is;

* Water

* Sorbolene and glycerine cream

* Zinc and castor oil cream for nappy changes


Use sorbolene and glycerine for bathing, instead of soap. You can also use sorbolene for yourself instead of using soaps and shower gels.


Common skin problems in babies and young children include:
*Eczema

*Cradle Cap

*Nappy-Rash

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Preventing Nappy Rash

To avoid nappy rashes change your baby’s nappy as soon as you notice it is wet or soiled. Use nappy rash treatment cream to avoid possible nappy rashes. You can use cornstarch powder to absorb moisture, but you will notice when you change the nappy the next time it will be clogged in the crotch.

Clean boys from front to back without pulling back the foreskin. Do make sure that you dry the area well, especially between the folds of skin.


Girls should be cleaned from front to back too with cotton balls and some lotion or baby soap. A popular cleaning solution is to use baby wipes, which saves you time especially when you’re on the go.

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Cradle Cap

A cradle cap looks like a very bad case of dandruff. It is a build up of natural oils and dry scaly skin, which can form a yellowish brown crust on baby’s head, eyebrows or behind the ears. It can also appear on the nappy area. It may not be a good sight for you to see your baby with a cradle cap, but there’s nothing to worry about as it is quite common.

Cradle cap is thought to be result of hormonal changes which stimulate secretions from the oil glands in the skin. It usually disappears within a few days using natural treatment, but still can recur.
What to do about it?


* To remove the crusts, massage sorbolene cream or mild baby oil into the affected area 2-3 time daily.



* Leave it on overnight, and wash off at bathtime the next day with a special hypoallergenic shampoo such as Infaderm. Some doctors’ recommend leaving it on for 20 minutes.



* Massage the scalp with a facewasher, soft baby toothbrush or baby brush to lift off the crusts. DO NOT use your nails to pick off the crusts.



* Repeat this procedure everyday until it clears.


How to prevent it?

Wash and massage your baby’s scalp and gently brush their head (even if they don’t have hair) every day.

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Eczema

Eczema is a skin irritation that appears as patches of dry, red scaly skin which may become moist. It usually appears on baby’s face, behind the ears, around their neck, behind their knees and on the inside of elbows.

Eczema can aggravate for the following causes:

* Could be in your family history
* Certain foods can provoke attacks in infants
* Rough, scratchy tight clothes, woollens and synthetics
* Everyday use of strong soaps for bathing
* Frequent use of strong detergents for washing clothes
* Perfumed cream an lotions
* Dust (keep your house and carpet clean)
* Overheating.

What to do about it?


* Your baby’s skin is very sensitive, so dress baby in soft, light, loose and smooth cotton clothes, but make sure you don’t overdress her.



* Bath your baby in lukewarm water and avoid soaps and cleansing lotions. Use sorbolene for bathtime and nappy changes.



* Put mittens on baby’s hands to stop them from scratching



* Avoid using fabric softeners or wool mix; just use pure soap to wash bab ‎y’s clothes.



* Place a cotton sheet on the floor before you put baby down, do not put her on the carpet. Also vacuum the house regularly.



* Avoid dairy foods, eggs, fish, wheat, peanuts and citrus fruit.

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News



A doctor in the U.S. succeeded in removing the tumor form of discounts feet, hands, brain and thigh of a new baby aged three days. This operation is done by children nerve surgeon, Dr. Paul Grabb, in Colorado, U.S., against Sam Esquibel after the MRI scan results show there is a tumor in the brain mikroskopik baby is.

The findings in the brain in male infants is relatively healthy this rarely heard before and will again remind the Greek mythological god of the highest birth to Zeus's daughter eyebrow. Dr. Grabb running operation in the Memorial Hospital for Children, Colorado Springs, claim to have found a snippet of the foot to grow almost perfectly with the five-finger discount, together with one other leg, a hand, and a thigh.

"As the issue in a baby's brain," Grabb said. "The body of the snippet that is almost perfect growing quite unique, strange, and never heard before," he said.

Grabb not know exactly how the discount body can grow in the brain. However, the surgeon is the child's nerve discount the possibility the body as a type of brain tumor derived.

"The growth of the tumor can be entered in the case of fetus in fetu or a baby in the baby, but this case is very rare in the brain," Grabb said.

Parents, Sam, and Tiffnie Manuel Esquibel, explains, their son is now undergoing treatment at home. In addition to physical therapy to restore the function of organs neck, Sam still undergo monthly blood checks to make sure there are no symptoms or cancer or tumor re-growth.

However, Tiffnie and explains Manuel Esquibel, baby men they had almost fully recover after undergoing surgery on October 3. "You will not know if the operation scar in the head of my baby," said Esquibel explained Tiffnie cure her son.

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