When a child comes into the world, new emotions are born with him. Unbelievable love, sense of responsibility and caring instincts. There is also anxiety and sometimes even fear for the proper development of the newborn. What is worth paying attention to, how to observe a child so as not to miss anything important? This is what this article is about.
The fear of ticks, or rather the effects of their bites, is huge. Not surprisingly, there is a growing awareness of diseases transmitted by these arachnids - Lyme disease and meningitis. Doctors are appealing to get into the habit of carefully watching your child every day. When you notice a tick, it should be removed properly.
Despite the fact that the ideal time to be a mother, according to our biology, is 25 years, statistics indicate that it is increasingly common for women to postpone the age of a first pregnancy until 32-33 years. And the trend seems to indicate that most of us prefer to have them older.
Many mothers say they don't have time to exercise because of the baby. We offer you the solution: do gymnastics with the baby. Not only is it beneficial for you, but you will also be benefiting your child. The physiotherapist Silvia Balaguer teaches us two fantastic abdominal exercises to do with the baby in the postpartum, once you have already recovered the pelvic floor.
The latest CBOS research shows that every seventh woman between the ages of 18-45 does not want to have children and does not plan them. Other young women do not apply for offspring, pointing to other reasons: age, financial situation, conflict between the need for professional fulfillment and childcare. Women aged 18-45 most often, because in 56 percent of cases they say they are not planning anymore children because of meeting their needs in this regard.
Children usually like walking barefoot. They calm down and start laughing loudly when they take off their socks. As soon as they are ready, they remove everything from the feet by themselves - shoes, slippers, socks with a leather or silicone sole ... They do it with a smile on their face, often imperceptibly, play with Velcro and remove tiny shoes on a walk.