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How to take proper care of a newborn baby
A baby that is born has to find itself in the new world that surrounds it, because in its mother’s belly it was warm, nice and tight. Meanwhile, the child has to deal with the stimuli that come to him from the outside and with the force of gravity. At the very beginning, the child’s torso is not stable, which results from the distribution of muscle tension, which is initially most concentrated around the periphery, i.e. the arms and legs. However, for a baby to control his body, his torso must be stable.
Principles of proper care of a newborn
Proper and safe care is primarily one that is compatible with the child’s development, does not accelerate development and integrates neonatal reflexes. During everyday activities, we pick up, put down, carry or change the baby in such a way to stimulate its motor development. Remember that the child learns from previous experiences.
During everyday care activities, we must pay attention to several important rules:
Is proper care necessary?
Yes 🙂 It makes life easier for our little ones, helps to build correct movement patterns and builds a sense of awareness of their own body. Traditional forms of care – those proposed by our mothers, grandmothers, aunts – do not necessarily have a good effect on the child. Of course, some babies can cope with any form of the proposed care. However, I know from experience that traditional forms unfortunately teach our children incorrect patterns, and then it is much more difficult for the child to function.
Where to find more information?
We found a few good sources of more in-depth information about the topic of newborn care:
If you know of any other valuable sources or websites, then please let us know in the comments below. Your help will be of great benefit to other readers of our blog.
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