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Baby development 12 months old - Development guide for children
When your baby quickly reaches the landmark of your first birth day, you will all of a sudden take a look at what is ahead - the conditions for a small child - this is reflected in her increasing autonomy, the onset of negative attitudes, the strange temperament and the persistence to do things her way or not at all.
She' ve found out how to let things fall and will be very happy when she watches you bend down to lift them up, again and again. No matter what you do, make sure it is a normal schedule so that your baby has enough free space to relax. Every evening you can decide to take turns doing things with your spouse (you bathe, he will read the history, and so on), or try to take them to sleep alternately to give you both a rest several nights a week. Your spouse will take care of the rest.
Twelve month's after your baby:
and it would be a date I would always recall. Tilly took her long desired first step with great pleasure and smile. Bedtime, and my two pretty little ladies, Tia, 3 and Tilly, went to bed, but around 4 o'clock in the morning we were woken up by Tilly, who was wailing in her bed (not crying).
I was woken up at 5:30 by Tilly moaning. Around 7:30, Tilly fell to sleep, but breathed very quickly. So I came through to the doctor, explaining her signs and was instructed to take her directly down. and was very still and calm.
Tilly drank all morning, but didn't ate, but one thing I realized was she was going to go to sleep and then she jumped up. and my mother changed Tilly. When she took off the diaper, there were small, dispersed, violet, blue, bruises on her diaper area and a large, dark blue spot on her butt.
Tilly was put on a bedside in the emergency car and I was shocked to find that the bruises had taken up a large part of her flesh and were still there. and that this Mommy was here and I wouldn't let anything terrible ever happened.
All you want as a mom is to keep your baby safe and Tilly was in my arm helplessly. What did I do to let that go on with my baby? Tilly was ripped from my arm in the infirmary and hospitalized. One counselor tells me that Tilly was very seriously ill from what she treated as Meningococcal Septicemia and probably died.
Newcastle General's advisor Dr. Chowdry said that Tilly was very poor, but they would do what they could. They' d take her by paramedic, and she' d need a transplant on the way, and we couldn't be in the paramedic. Tilly hadn't even made it to the infirmary.
Eventually a nursing staff came and said that Tilly had made it to the infirmary and received the care she needed to overcome it. And Tilly lay there like an extraterrestrial. It was so swelling from all the liquids and her fingers and feet had begun to turn gray and shrink slightly.
She was still the same - critically, but calm. Looking at Tilly for a few moments, he turned to me, blinking and saying, "She's better." Tried to pet my baby again. And he always said a big HOW - and he took off Tilly's covers and her corpse seemed devastated.
They were as blackened and harsh as charcoal and bowed to a talon. Part of her leg was dark and she was all over her systemic surface coated with thick sores, and he said that Tilly would need an amputation. When I found out that she was going to loose her hand, I was still very shook and upset.
And I wept, and wept, and thought, "How shall she go through this world without hand? and it was the first that I could keep her and snuggle her up. and then she began to try to save her toy.
And we were said that it was because of the tragedy, and it would come in due course, and it did. Tilly was giggling about a fortnight and a half later when Adam and I were playing with a helicopter ballon. But during three consecutive improvement months, Tilly became ill again and another transplant was ordered.
In March 2007, Tilly had her palms removed. We' ve been watching our little girl with so much hurt and so much bravery. It is really an inspirational experience for everyone she encounters, who gets along so well without using his/her own fingers and walking without help in regular footwear. At the age of three, she is the youngest kid to have this type of handheld electronics.