Responsibility for a new life may be a burden - as childbirth always means something new, unknown, and therefore arousing difficult emotions. A sense of lost freedom or longing for a previous, carefree life may appear. To overcome negative emotions, it is worthwhile to take a closer look at them.
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Try to hold a newborn always in a horizontal position. You can try other positions from time to time, but remember that it's the baby's decision. You shouldn't deviate from the horizontal position unless the baby is feeling safe and comfortable. When he grows, you can start using more vertical positions.
Crying toddler spends all night's eyes awake. They wonder what the boy is still desperately demanding. Crying is a child's way of asking for help and signaling unmet needs. Babies usually cry when they are hungry or wet. They also cry at bedtime if they are excessively tired or agitated, which may make it difficult to fall asleep.
Your baby sucks his mum's breast, thumb, the corner of a blanket. Sucking is one of the strongest instincts a baby comes to the world with. When sucking on something, your baby calms down, falls asleep and feels happy and safe.
When you are preparing your child for a longer night's sleep, try to eliminate the disturbing factors: street lamp lights, rays of the rising sun, flashes of car headlights. Tight curtains or blinds should be found in every children's room. If you live in a busy place, place the baby's bed in a quiet corner instead of by the window.
Keeping your baby safe is a difficult task. You must constantly be careful and anticipate his intentions. When my baby began to fall from his back to stomach, I had to watch closely whether the toddler fall down from the couch.
Your child is sick, are you wondering whether to give an antibiotic? You consider pros and cons heard "in the sandbox" or on the phone in conversation with your loved ones. Your baby is tiny and you don't want to give him a strong medicine. However, sometimes failing to do so can result in worse consequences.
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