We are always egger to know about the babies behaviour ,when it was born we are waiting for their first moment and want to record it . In starting they move only their hands and their feet gradually other parts were active . With their feet they kick and start cycling and hands also move together it . At least 6 months they take for the clear action , after that they starting reacting on our action and understands us also .
At the 7 months they starting crawling with their feet and they enjoying this movements also . They speak few words but parents cant understand that in first time . After moving their feet they were stand on their feet and with the support they starting walking and moving . Gradually time passed the baby growing up faster within few years the growth rate is very high , every parts were developing faster and faster. As they grow their activity were also increasing , all loved children's and their nature. Their works irritated but their cuteness is like that all faint on their lovely expressions . THEY make different type of action and expert on copying others , they act very cute and by seeing their smile all tension were remove .ALL LOVE CHILDEREN
When we are ready to become a mom so we start searching about it , we founds lots of new things also , our daily search acknowledge us new and interested things about baby and their development . Caring of baby is difficult and as well as easy also , if we have enough knowledge about it it we can do our best . Here are few things we should be knew always or remember during the caring of baby
First things that is we always try to feed by mothers breastfeeding , Breastfeeding is the best nursing for your babies due to this babies getting whole nutrients and which is good for their developments stage , in starting it is difficult in feeding both mother as well as baby but gradually they are habitual .
By mother's breastfeeding is good lactation for the baby for their growth and development and it is rich of all essential vitamins and minerals .By it all the requirements for baby is fulfill . In starting try to feed baby by mothers milk only which is very important , It is enrich of all vitamins and minerals , if there is any problems so we can take outer nutrients or milk that can be cow's milk we is also good as compare to others . With the help of bottle we can give them to the baby , By the mothers breastfeeding the baby digestion is in proper manner but other can disbalance ,so try to feed baby only mothers milk or until 3 or 4 months it is mandatory to feed only mothers milk.After that you can use other option . but give priority to mother's breastfeeding always . For proper feeding mother's also need well or good and healthy food which give both mother and baby whole required nutrients , so choose that type of food which has enough amount of vitamins and minerals , required for both baby and mother's developments.
Start cleaning your baby's teeth twice a day as soon as you see his first little tooth bud emerging. If you start early, your baby will get used to the idea and maybe even enjoy the experience. Your baby's first tooth will most likely be a bottom front one, appearing when he's about sic month old. However, the time a baby's first tooth appears can vary hugely . A few babies are born with a tooth, whereas others still have no teeth by the time they're .one.
Your baby will eventually have 20 milk teeth, all of which should be through by the time e is about two-and-a-half years old.It's best to brush your child's teeth for him until he's three and supervise closely until he's at least seven.
WHAT SORT OF TOOTHBRUSH DO I NEED FOR MY BABY?
Choose one with soft nylon bristles and a small head. This will allow you to reach all parts of your baby's of your baby's mouth easily and comfortably as each new tooth emerges .Look at the packaging to see what age range the brush is designed for. Replace your baby's toothbrush regularly, about every one month to three months,. If the bristles start to spread out, it's a sign that the toothbrush needs to be changed.
You won't need more than a smear of toothpaste when your child is under three. A thin film of paste covering less than three-quarters of the brush will be fine. Encourage your baby to spit after a tooth clean . This an be easier said than done with a young baby, so don't worry if it takes him a while to get the hang of it. The idea is to gradually teach your baby good toothcare habits that will last a lifetime. Don't let your baby eat or lick toothpaste from the tube. Choose a toothpaste that doesn't have a tasty, fruity flavours so your baby learns that toothpastes aren't food. Swallowing large amounts of fluoride can damage teeth , giving them a mottled effect and may even make your baby sick or give him diarrhoea. Once he's here you can use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on the brush.
Your baby's genitals are very delicate so cleaning this area needs special care. Try to balance keeping your baby clean with not washing and wiping too often, as this can irritate baby skin. Change your baby's nappy regularly. If he's done a poo, change and clean him as soon as possible, as the combination of poo and wee is most likely to irritate his skin. It can cause nappy rash, which can affect your baby's genitals, the inside of his thighs and his bottom.
Many parents wash the nappy area with just warm water for the first couple of weeks. Adding a little mild liquid baby cleanser to the water is another option, or you could use specially formulated, sensitive , fragrance-free baby wipes. Using these won't damage your baby's natural skin barrier. Avoid using baby products made with soap and baby wipes containing alcohol or perfume. These can disturb the natural balance of your baby's skin.. Wash your baby's bottom gently and pat it dry with a soft towel. You may want to apply some barrier cream to prevent your baby getting nappy rash . Try to let your baby go nappy-free as much as you can, so don't always rush to get a clean nappy on again.
If your baby's skin is dry, you could add bath emollient solution to the water when you bath him. Adding emollient to the water will make your baby slippery to handle, so you need to be extra-careful.
If you have bleed after the birth, you may feel the blood trickling out of your vagina, or it may build up inside your womb or vagina and gush out when you move or stand up. You may not even be aware of PPH until other signs and symptom appear, such as;
a drop in your blood pressure;
a rise in your pulse rate;
feeling faint and dizzy.
Your midwife will regularly check the top of your womb after you've given birth, to make sure it stay firm and contraction . If it's soft, she will encourage a contraction by massaging your tummy,. She'll also monitor your vaginal blood loss to make sure it isn't too heavy. Your midwife will treat you with drugs via a drip, injection, or a suppository to help your womb to contract down, . If you have a tear, your midwife or doctor will carefully stitch it. Your doctor may also give you iron tablets yo help your blood levels return to normal . If you lose a lot of blood, you may need a blood transfusion, but this is rare.
There are several other reasons why heavy bleeding may occur after the birth, which are less common that uterine atony. These include:
Retained placenta or membranes left behind in your womb after the birth, which stop the blood vessels sealing off properly.
Injury to you during the birth, as a result of a planned or emergency caesarean birth. Greater blood loss is expected on average during a caesarean birth when compared with vaginal birth, particularly in an emergency caesarean.
Injury to you during an assisted birth. This is usually associated with forceps rather than ventouse, episiotomy or tears to your vaginal or perineum, or more rarely, an injury to your cervix.
Complications that affect the ability of your blood to clot including pre- eclampsia , gestational hypertension or having a fever in labour.
Losing 500ml or more of blood between 24 hours and 12 weeks after having your baby is called secondary PPH. It's most common in the second week. However secondary PPH only happens in under one per cent of births.
If you're at home and you pass a clot larger than a 50p piece or have a sudden gush of blood, then contact your midwife or maternity unit as soon as possible. If you can keep hold of the clot you have passed then this will help the midwife assess the situation when she examines you.
You're more likely to have secondary PPH if you've had a primary PPH or a retained placenta. The bleeding may be due to small pieces of the placenta or membrane being retained in the womb, or an injection ,. If this is the case, you may need to have antibiotics to clear the infection. Or your doctor may need to perform a minor operation to remove tissue fragments from your womb.
Once you deliver the placenta after the birth , your womb should contract strongly to shut off the blood vessels where it was attached. The most common reason for the heavy bleeding soon after the birth is the womb not contracting down properly. The medical term for this is uterine atony.
Your womb contracts naturally in the third stage of labour making the placenta peel away and then pushing it out. A routine option is to have an actively managed third stage, which involves an injection to help you womb to contract down and then your midwife helps to deliver the placenta.
Having the injection reduces the risk of heavy bleeding soon after the birth.
Losing 500ml or more of blood in the first 24 hours after birth is called a primary postpartum haemorrhage . Its relatively common for women to have a minor PPH ,losing between 500 ml and 1000ml of blood after birth, and most are able to cope well physically with a blood loss of this amount. A major PPH would be blood loss of over 1000ml . Major PPH after a vaginal birth is rarer and more serious. If your midwife suspects a very heavy bleed after the birth , you're likely to find yourself suddenly surrounded by doctors and midwifes, all there to give you emergency treatment.
Though it's not always the case, primary PPH is more likely to happen because of uterine atony. if you;
Have bleeding before giving birth.
Have an over-stretched womb due to a big baby , twins or polyhydramnios.