Welcome to the 8 months & 2 weeks of parenting tips

In the past, maybe your baby on the side of the children do not have much interest, from now on, the baby may begin to like children, and see the children began to be happy little pedal, to catch the children's head or face. Baby likes to watch TV ads, can stare at the commercials fancy a few minutes. Baby like a small diplomat, like people hold, but some babies more recognized students.
The baby's railings can stand up, but they do not move forward. By the end of this month, some babies can leave the auxiliary device stand for a few seconds. Many babies will not be consciously called mother, but will imitate the mother's simple pronunciation. The baby is very interested in small things, he can tear the paper and eat in his mouth.

Physiological development:
• Stand up when you grab something.
• Can sit in the chair very well.

Senses and reflections:
• Get big things with both hands.
• Can pick up and manipulate two things one by one.

Mental development:
• may remember the game played the previous day.
• Will respond to their own toys.

Social development:
• Want to play around your parents.
• Will eat some food.


Baby is now interested in small items. Caregivers must be aware that even seemingly harmless, little things do not let the baby take contact, perhaps a little negligence cause harm to the baby. The function of the baby has a very good development, you can start to teach the baby to eat on their own. Do not let your baby always watch TV, otherwise it will hurt your baby's eyes.


Give your baby medicine

Take medicine, injections, almost became the little guy's mind the most terrible words! The hospital in the unbridled cry, pitiful "do not, do not" begging, really distressed ah! But good medicine bitter, sick which cannot take medicine!
In fact, not only the baby afraid to take medicine, as parents, the baby is also a headache to the drug ah! Often in our "soft and hard" and "coercion", the smart little guy is still not buy it, do not match; or because the baby crying, and finally fed the medicine and spit more than half.
In fact, as long as some of the tips to the baby to feed the baby, so that the baby obediently medication will become very simple. 3 months or more of the baby, you can use the scale of the dropper or syringe feeding device to feed, so to avoid drug spill. If not, you can dipped your fingers in a little water dissolved in the drug, and then let the baby suck your fingers, until he finished all the medicine. After feeding the drug, we must remember to hug your baby, comfort to comfort him Oh!


Many parents, especially the elderly, always afraid of some food baby chewing is not bad, and the food itself chew after the baby to eat. This approach is extremely undesirable. There are many bacteria in the mouth of adults, even if they brush their teeth, they cannot be completely removed. These bacteria have no effect on adults, but the baby resistance is low, once ingested into adult chewing food, it may cause the disease to occur.
In addition, because the food after adult chewing, mixed with saliva, so that food into a paste, the baby do not have to chew, so extremely detrimental to the child jaw, teeth and salivary gland development, long-term will cause digestive function, affect appetite.

This Week food recommendations

Baby Recipes - Carrot Cake
Ingredients: carrots, pork, eggs, celery, sesame oil
Practices:
1. Carrots, pork, chopped celery with seasonings and stir.
2. Mix the good material into a round cake with a thickness of about 1 cm.
3. put a little oil in the pot a small fire cake fried, to both sides can be golden

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