Watching your babies growth and development everyday is for the most part fun. But there are some unpleasant things you have to deal with as well. One of them is baby constipation. Depending on what your child is eating, your baby may have a regular pooping pattern.
As your baby grows, you will experience different developmental milestones. For instance, in the first month, you may notice the baby cooing, in two months, the baby starts paying closer attention to objects and at 4 months the baby may start to roll over. While each of these milestones can fill you with joy and wonder, there’s nothing more exciting and memorable than watching your baby take his first steps. Walking is a major milestone in a baby’s life and it can be a bit worrying for you as parents.
Breastfeeding is a new experience for a first time mother, one that is both uncomfortable and difficult to adjust to in the beginning. However, as you get used to feeding, both you and your baby may find the activity comforting and bonding. As your baby starts to grow up, you are faced with the question of how stop breastfeeding and when to do it. This post attempts to help you find the answers.
What is teething and when do babies start teething? Teething is a process where a baby’s first teeth start breaking through the gums. Teething usually happens around the first 4 to 6 months of age, but it varies for each child anywhere between 3 to 12 months. The first set of teeth to emerge is the ones in the lower front. The upper front teeth usually emerge one or two months after the lower front teeth have come out. The last set of teeth to appear is usually the ones at the back of the mouth. And by the time the babies are 3 years old, all 20 primary teeth will have emerged.