The Wellfare of our childrenby Malc Crawford
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Review on The Wellfare of our childrenIts never too early to begin playing with your new baby.
In fact, to a newborn fascinated with the sight of your face
and your warm touch, you are your babys first toy.
From day one, your baby learns through his senseseyes, ears, nose, mouth and skin. And when you play in ways that stimulate those senses, you are helping your newborn flourish emotionally, socially, and intellectually.
Parenting your newborn infant
Look for every day ways to playfully stimulate your babys developing senses.
As you change babys diaper, keep a favorite rattle nearby to stimulate auditory and visual skills. As you ride in the car, pop in a musical CD for baby to listen to. In the supermarket, offer baby textured, scented toys to touch, smell and touch. For bath time fun, run tub toys over babys soapy belly and legs. And at days end, snuggle and rock your sleepyhead along with a soft lovey bedtime pal.
When to Stop Breastfeeding
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Breastfeeding is a natural process that is beneficial both to mother and baby. Breast milk is an excellent source of nutrition as it provides the baby with protein, fat, and other important vitamins and minerals. Breast milk also helps boost a babys immune system and helps it to mature. There are immune factors present in breast milk that help protect babies from infection. Breast milk is also import in the development of the babys brain, gut, and other organs.
Parents that refuse to accept responsibility for their own situation and behaviour often refuse to face the truth about their children. These types of parents refuse to believe their their children would behave badly, be unkind to others, or have behaviour problems at school. While failing to acknowledge and correct inappropriate behaviour is harmful enough to the children, these same parents are now refusing to believe that their children are not getting the recommended daily exercise even though the children's weight suggests otherwise. According to a 2007 report, approximately 17 percent of boys and 16 percent of girls are considered overweight or obese. These numbers have been on the rise over the past 12 years and will most likely continue to rise if parents continue to ignore this detrimental health trend.
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