Parenting reminder for baby from looking up to walking
Reminders from looking up to walking From birth to full age, you must successfully learn to look up, turn over, sit still, crawl, change, and walk, and make great progress.
Novice parents should help your baby more!
1 to 3 months: Prone lift up exercise Baby can prone a few days after birth, but the baby cannot prone to raise his head proactively within one month, but can only instinctively struggle to make the steering turn, and can be slightly turned in two monthsRaise your head and placket, your head will be very stable in 3 months.
Prone head-up exercises can not only exercise your baby’s supplements, the muscle strength in the back, but also increase lung capacity.
When the baby is awake on an empty stomach, the limbs stretch naturally and dormant in front of the mother’s chest and abdomen. The mother leans back while saying “baby looks up” and so on, until lying on the bed, the baby will naturally lift his headLift up.
During the movement, shake the toy in both directions on the baby’s head thoroughly, train it to raise its head and turn it.
4 every day?
5 times, 1 minute each?
During initial training, expect the double protection of your hands on your baby’s head.
After each feeding, the mother usually holds the baby’s head against her shoulder, pats it a few times, and then gently supports her head with her hand, allowing her to naturally align for a moment to exercise her head strength.
3-5 months: From supine to sideways, it is recommended that the mother prepare and train the baby’s rollover from 3 months.
Rolling training can promote the movement of the baby’s whole body muscles, and it is also very good for the coordination of the limbs.
When your baby is asleep, try to let him sleep on his side, which is good for turning over training.
When the baby is awake and begins to lie on his side, he can train him to turn over, allowing him to lie a little higher, so that the place to turn over is relatively low, which is conducive to his training.
Place a toy with a sound or a bright color in the baby’s upright position, and he will naturally grasp it with a hand pattern. At this time, you can place one leg on the other leg, and then place one hand on the chest.Between the abdomen, hold the tibia lightly and push it forward from the back. Generally, after a few more exercises, you don’t need to push him anymore. As long as you put his legs down, the baby can turn over by itself.
It should be reminded not to perform the turning training within 1 hour after the baby eats, otherwise it may cause the baby to overflow milk or vomit.
4-7 months: from sitting to sitting alone Normal baby 4 months after birth, can maintain a sitting posture for a short time with adult support; can sit on an adult at 6 months, such as sitting alone, bodyWill lean forward and require support; you can sit independently for about 7 months.
It is not good for the baby to sit too early or too late.
The mother can first play the “induction game” with the baby.
That is, let the baby lie on the bed, and the mother faced the child, and said to the baby, “Mom, can you sit up and play?
“While slowly pulling the pile with both hands, pull it to the sitting position, straighten it, sit for a while, then help the supine bed, repeat 3?
You can also let the baby sit on the back of the sofa or sit against the mother’s chest for sitting exercises. You can also use a few large cushions on the carpet to form a triangle to let the baby sit.
At the beginning of training sitting, the baby often swings sideways or leans forward. At this time, the mother can teach him to use his hands to support the front.
The sitting training is usually only a few minutes each time at the beginning stage, and can gradually be extended to 15 when the baby is 6 months?
With such training intensity, children can sit alone, but they should not sit too long.
If you find that your baby won’t sit by 6 months and won’t sit alone by 8 months, you should take your child to the hospital for examination in time.
8-10 months: Climbing training Crawling can not only promote the growth and development of babies, but also make the action sensitive, emotionally pleasant, highly curious, and the learning ability deteriorated.
At first, the baby may only be able to play on its own but cannot crawl forward, or it may be twisted and backed in place. At this time, the mother can consciously play with the toy that is slamming, such as a toy puppy that “wang”,Attract him to crawl over, and when he is near, get further away.
At this time, the mother can hold his palm against his feet to help him move forward.
The baby may be strenuous when starting to crawl. The abdomen is close to the ground. The mother can put a towel on his abdomen, and then lift the abdomen to let him practice hand and knee crawling. Gradually, he will coordinate with the upper and lower limbs. You can coordinate with both hands and knees.Crawl forward flexibly.
If your baby is interested in climbing, you can also let him climb the stairs.
This can even exercise the endurance of the baby’s limbs, and can enhance the balance of the cerebellum and the response link, which will have a good impact on the baby’s future learning of speech and reading.
10-12 months: The baby’s hand and foot movements are basically well coordinated from resting to walking for 10 months. You can ask him to hold the bed or sofa and let him stand up first. You will attract him with a toy on the other end.Or keep repeating: “Baby is brave, mother is waiting for you to come over.
“Or let your baby face you, let your baby’s feet stand on the backs of your feet, hold his hands, and then you move step by step left and right to move forward, driving him to step forward from left to right.
Baby will walk sooner or later. Don’t try too hard during the training process.
When your baby first learns to walk, don’t let him walk too long.
A baby who is learning to walk will often fall. At this time, parents should encourage him to get up by himself and encourage him to “again”.
The success of the solitary walk once per second was immediately praised.