The first 3 years of a child’s life are the most important in terms of brain development. This is the age when the brain is growing in leaps and the children are learning something new every day.
A lot of the things children learn, they have do so by the age of 6. Brain development slows down after age 5; which is why it is important to start doing activities that will enhance your child’s brain development, early.
While you can’t turn your child into the next Einstein, doing the below mentioned activities can give your child’s brain an early start and allow them to be ahead in the game.
Here are some things you should do that can develop your child’s brain faster: Continue reading
Feeding your baby in the first year is a great experience for parents. During this time a special bond or attachment develops between the parents and the baby. But being a parent, you need to be extra careful as what you are feeding your baby and how often. Your doctor can always give you the right suggestions.
You must always try to follow the food chart provided by your doctor. At the same time you must avoid giving certain foods to your baby, especially if he or she is below one year of age. Continue reading
Almost every parent has to deal with diaper rash that small babies often suffer from. No matter how careful you are, it is very common for your little one to get diaper rash at some point. Diaper rash means inflamed skin and a rash in the diaper area which means the upper thighs, buttocks and genital area. Symptoms of diaper rash are red skin, inflammation and even blisters.
Being a parent you will surely agree that it is a life-changing event. One common question that most of the new parents think about is ‘why the baby is crying?’ All babies cry, and some cry a lot. In fact, crying is a medium for a baby to tell you they need comfort and care.
There may be times when a baby tends to cry a lot and no matter how much you try, the crying does not stop. You look for reasons but cannot find out. Continue reading