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Neonatal routine - Guidelines for mother nurses | The professional nanny agency
As an obstetrician, my objective is to teach my children a crashworthiness course in the fundamentals of baby nursing, such as wrapping, sterilizing vials and making food. Until the end of my internship I would like to have the feeling that the parent has full confidence and competence in taking good look after their baby.
My day is adapted to the needs of the mom and her baby, I adapt myself and give as much help and encourage as necessary. Everything a baby does in a journal is recorded, beginning at the time when the baby awakes when it saturates until the baby calms down for the sundown.
In this way, a baby design can be created according to the baby's needs. I' ll stay with you after the baby is born and look after you around the clock. Okay? Learn all the fundamentals of baby care: how to bathe, dress, calm, etc. As soon as my internship is finished, I will send you all brochures and flyers that you need or that I have searched for your special needs.
Leaving your baby home, I trust that as a new parent you will find yourself feeling comfortable and capable when you have to take good look after your baby on your own. When I was a mothersister with the baby girls I took good look after, it was a lucky age. For a 2-week-old baby maid whose mom had a C-section and is breast-feeding; there are also two older kids in this home.
Over the next few months, when the mother gets her back on her feet, she will progressively take over part of the primary needs, such as baby wrapping and bathing. Also, I try to include the dad as much as possible by taking over the moving and bathing times when his timetable allows. 12:00 in the morning baby begins to awaken.
Speak and keep the baby quiet before breast-feeding. 4:00, take the baby to the mom for a meal. Fix the missus a sip. Meanwhile I lay down for half an hours before picking up the baby and sitting down to bed. At 00 o'clock Gather the baby from the mom and get ready for a good night's rest.
8. 8:00 p.m. Baby's sleeping now. Meanwhile, I get myself prepared, cleaning and sterilizing the bottle from the after drink. I' m doing baby clothes - wash and iron. The baby will wake up now and get some food. We' ll go for a stroll and I'll gather all the small amounts of food we need.
Thirty o'clock baby tends to go to sleep now. At 00 a.m. I make myself something to eat and also make sure that the mom has something to eat and something to eat. Two. I woke the baby at midnight and she had food. Thirty o'clock The baby takes a snooze.
At 00 o'clock I woke up the baby and fed it over a flask, so that the mother can be outside and does not have to hurry back into the home. At 45 o'clock I bathe the baby and prepare it for the night. When there are older brothers and sisters in the home during the bathing season, I try to include them if they want to help with the bathing.
3:00 p.m. I'm taking the baby to the mom for a meal. I will make sure during this period that the baby's room is prepared so that the baby can sit down and clean up after bathing. I' m dropping off the baby for the rest of the day at 12:00. We will talk about the baby and also about general living during this period.
At 12 o'clock, I take the baby to the mom' for one last meal. At 45 o'clock I pick up the baby and stand up for the evening. At 2:00 in the morning the baby awakes and I give her a pressed breastmilk vial. At 45 o'clock baby calms down and falls asleep again until about 6 o'clock in the morning.
It is a routines that works for a 2-week-old baby conceived at 8 lbs 5ozs, which means she can walk longer distances at nights. Babies under 7 pounds would need to be nursed every 3 hrs during the days and nights, and babies between 7-8 pounds often need a meal at 5.30-6 hrs.
How a baby is routined will depend on the baby's overall body mass and how the host familiy wants to perform the routines. However, it may take more than 2 week for some infants to have a good sleeping pattern at midnight. Like I said, this is a directive for the routines of a 2-week-old baby.
When the baby gets older, the schedule will shift because the baby is more awake during the days. Every procedure can be adapted to the needs of the baby and the family. Every motherhood Nurse will also slightly variegate in her routines and suggestions for you and your baby.