Baby Parenting – Guide Your Baby Everyday
Be a Excellent Teacher for Your Baby Babies learn by exploring the things around them. Show your baby how to peek at, listen to, touch or smell something new or different. Hold your baby so she (or he) can see things. Help her hold objects like her socks or a rattle. As she grows, give her safe objects to feel, shake or place into her mouth. · Be your baby’s teacher. She (or he) will see how you react to things. When you get excited about a toy or object, she’ll get excited too. As she grows, show her how things work—for example, how doors open and accurate. Have a discussion about what you are responsibility. For example, “I am putting the provisions in the pot to cook it.” · When a baby is culture something new, it helps her to try it again and again. With your help and support this can be fun, and your baby will like trying new things. · Protect your baby from harsh disapproval, teasing or punishment. A baby doesn’t know right from incorrect. She doesn’t know what things are perilous for her to do. Watch her to keep her safe. Remove her from situations where she can be hurt or injured. · Have a discussion and sing to your baby. Even before she is able to speak, this helps her develop foreign language skills. Babies learn best when you have a discussion to them. · Read to your baby from the earliest months of her life and take up again this problem as she grows.