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  • Review of three months

    The first three months were a period of "mashing".You and your child are used to each other. You have organized sleep and feeding so that they fit into the lifestyle of your family according to your child's needs. Through trial and error, you have come to your own parent approach, which brings positive results. And if you needed to combine this work with another one, you already did it.

    By the end of this first stage, the child received two fundamental lessons: organization and trust. The restless period of getting used to life outside the womb has passed

    ( almost), and the child knows whose it is. Since his needs invariably received the reaction of others, he found the most powerful stimulant of child development: trust. Thanks to the inner sense of well-being, the child now spends less energy on crying and directs the saved energy to the development of the first skills - accumulating so-called infantile knowledge. Since his signs have always been understood, he values ​​himself - these are the rudiments of a child's self-respect.

    In the matter of understanding your child's signs and responding to them from the beginner, you have become an experienced parent. You understand the language of your child, no matter how primitive it may be. Perhaps life with the newborn did not seem so pink - but when it happens that way? But at least by this time you feel more confident when you need to understand what the child wants, and react so that it works. It's normal - to feel a little uncertain when you are in front of you


    The child "wings his wings."

    Precautions

    • At the age of three months a child can crawl away, roll and fall. Never leave the child unattended on the changing table or in the child seat left on the table, even for one second. Putting the child in the car seat, fasten it with a belt and place the seat only on the carpeted floor.

    • If the child is lying in your bed, use a grille or cushions. Never leave your child unattended on the couch or any other piece of furniture from which it can slide.

    stand up these two tasks. But if you and your child are strangers to each other, it's time to make an inventory of your approach to the child. Re-read Article 1. Is there not too much fuss in your home and whether there are too many events in it that are not related to the child? Address to parents who, by all signs, are in harmony with their children. The earlier you and the child begin to grow together, the more fun you will get from caring for the baby at the next stage.