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To have a baby: Ten things you should know
In order to help you understand this awesome time of your existence, here are some home truth! No one can tell you how to live and breathe these stunning experiences in your time. Don't be let down because you don't know how well-intentioned folks are saying you should be.
Don't think that because you spend 6 month with an all-day nausea in the mornings for your first gestation, the next one will be the same - it's not. Know what you want when things are going according to schedule, and how you want things to be done when schedule 2 is needed.
Don't feel guilty if you find delivery overpowering and make sure you let the doctors know how you feel: they will know how they can help you get back on course. Maybe the most important thing to keep in mind is that each individual is naturally inclined to study and that the part of each of the parents is to help their individual children study - at their own pace, in their own age.
The greatest present you can give your baby as a parents is to raise them to realize that this does not just mean them and that there are certain things to do. Enjoyment every single minute of these early years: Hardly seems to be the end of the clock and there is no turning back!
Five things you should never do with your baby (that's what I did).
If you are a new mother - especially a first-born - you will get unwanted counselling everywhere. Visitors to the clinic will have an impression of sleeping and being fed / keeping the baby - while the nurse has a different view. It' a universe of savage inconsistencies, tedious advices and convicted humans who think they know what's best for your generics baby Evitra.
Obviously, the only piece of counsel you need is that you know best. About six month I put her in her own room, she began with solid matter, then I feeded her the food she had recommended. With baby two, I tossed out the rulesbook. Thus I found out that there are 5 things that we are said never to do with a baby - by the "experts" - that actually work quite well.
When you do it with your first one too, it might be comforting to know that there is no need to worry. Don't have your baby on your breast - you could choke it! "I know that there are dangers in sleeping with a baby, but I also know that I placed it - and the cushions - so that I couldn't get it to start, it couldn't unroll and we were sure.
By the time we got home, he had got back pain and didn't want to lay on his back, so I let him make love to me in my sack. Well, it wasn't perfect; I didn't get any amazing nightsleep. Again, this may seem to cause SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) again - so it is not something I would suggest - but in my own personal opinion it is no problem to bring the baby into her own room sooner than the recommended six month period.
Still in my room, every goddamn turn in my bedroom, the baby moved. What he began to do less when he wasn't so near to us. When you breastfeed and Google how to "get my baby to sleep," you are reading the sleeping experts' recommendations that you should never force the baby to be fed.
Cause it means they need your chest to fall awake until they're 82 years old. So if my baby goes to rest on his chest, should I release him, pull him out to awake him, and then put him to bed - disoriented and upset?
For six month I feeded my girl to bed, or until she stops working, I do some sleeping exercises and soon she undresses. My boy quit sleeping with him while he was eating for about eight and a half week, so I began to wake him up. It sometimes eats while sleeping (at the age of five and a half months), sometimes not.
And he can get himself to bed and get a good night's rest. I' ve done all these things. Neither can slept through the nights, cannot depend on these things - it is simply beautiful to be rocked to bed by the vibration of a driving vehicle. Mom still goes to bed as soon as she gets in the fucking truck.
So is the baby carriage (not my mother - she does not lie in the baby carriage but only in the car). When my daugther was about five month old, she began to eat epidemic mids in the dark. ýI ýve ýked out the giant linings for another two weeks, then I gave her some puréed vegetables. As soon as I put in carbohydrates (creamy mash) she began to go to sleep.
I have recently begun to feed #2 nutrition, ages five and a half months, and it also seems to be more content, now going to sleep most of the time. Thanks a lot for your help. I don't advise anyone to do these things - I'm not a physician, not a bedroom specialist, not an educationist. I am just a mother who has tried different things and found that sometimes it is okay to ignore professionally given advices.