Child maintenance in winter

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There are many problems that worry to normal father and mum - how to disaccustom a newborn to touch. Thinks how to disaccustom a baby from a mixture of is highly serious. Sometimes themother and father lack a information and skills as a baby weaned from milk . Occasionally extremely significant time to take care of a child. Is your baby still can not take leaving of himself why is needs of leaving mum. Carefully wash your child in a evening. How do I care for the baby - responsible mom worries. Particular note should be given to child health. Every parent understands that a newborn requires every day leaving.

What to feed a child with a mixture of

Amount of gruel should be 150-200 grams.

Porridge grits,buckwheat, oatmeal - this is best satisfying breakfast for newborn

A most useful of porridge - wheat,grits,oatmeal.

For first breakfast newborn can propose half of chicken egg.

However to disaccustom off a pacifier

If a newborn is sucking a soothers and will not give it to father and mum, if mother and father try, try the following:

Install regulations under which it is possible to suck a soother - at bedtime then parent must be strong.

Invite a child to give a soother a man newborn likes, such as a grandparent.

Foster a baby for refusal of sucking

Play with your newborn, donate stickers.

Child often want to be older people and imitate older newborn. Carefully but gradually declining time of time when a newborn is permitted sucking.

Do not give a nipple sweet.

Show newborn to the older newborn - that not to a pacifiers.

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