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Posts tagged months
Question by allison b:
my baby is eleven months and has been drinking formula & expressed breast milk from a bottle since?
but now he only wants the formula bottle, I have dozens of bags of frozen expressed milk but I cant get him to drink them any ideas.
Question by nestly7:
To moms of infants 6-12 months old i need particapents for school please?
Here are some questions that i wish you would be willing to answer about your infant. Just explain if you concur or not. Also if you could put what age your child was.
Thanks in advance
·Sits unaided- spends more time in upright position
·May be able to crawl
·May be able to climb stairs
·Develops eye-hand coordination
·Prefers primary caregivers
·May cry when strangers approach
·Commonly exhibits anxiety when parent or caregiver leaves
·Pats own reflection in the mirror
·May push away things not wanted (e.g., bottle, toys)
·Begins to “play” with adults
·Babbles to himself or herself
·Puts everything in mouth
·Solves easy problems (e.g., will move obstacles aside to reach object)
·Transfers from hand to hand
·Responds to changes in environment and is able to repeat actions that cause change (e.g., sound of rattle)
·Drops objects repeatedly
·Fascinated with small objects
·Begins to respond to words
These are three theories. Please tell me which on u concur withand why
Freud’s first stage of psychosexual development is the oral stage, which lasts from birth to about 15 months. In this stage, the id, which contains all the basic needs and feelings, is dominant. The ego, the rational part of the mind, is under formation due to the development of body image and delay of gratification. Body image is developed as the infant realizes that the body is distinct from the outer world. The infant also gradually realizes that gratification is not immediate and that it has to produce certain behaviors to initiate actions that lead to gratification. The key experience in this stage is weaning, which leads to the child’s first feeling of loss, and the baby’s awareness of self. Success during this stage leads to the formation of independence and trust, whereas too much or too little gratification can lead to an immature or passive personality.
Erick Erickson’s theory says that kids from 0-12 months of age are in stage one of psychosocial development. This stage is called the oral sensory stage. Erickson believes that neonates at this stage can experience Trust or Mistrust. Trust meaning infants live through and love through their mouths. In the trust stage parents will respond to the infants needs with consistency and continuity, infants believe the world is a safe place. Mistrust can occur with parents who are overly protective; child will be overly trusting and gullible. Child cannot believe that anyone would harm them
Piaget is ideal known for his cognitive development theory. The first scheme of his theory is the Sensorimotor and this scheme is divided into four different stages 0-12 months. During this scheme Piaget believes that infants develop their primary circular reactions such as sucking, staring, listening, ad grasping objects during the first six months. From 6-12 months Piaget has called this stage the secondary circular reactions. This is where the infant is more aware of objects and people. The infant will also respond to the object or person.
Question by Brooke:
Does any mommies have babies less than 6 months with swine flu?
I was just wondering. I havent heard any cases yet of smaller babies with it. my entire family has it but my 3 month old daughter has yet to catch it (thankfully)
Question by Roshay:
What can i do when baby 2 months old sick with the flu?
my baby woke up this morning crying with a blocked nose? need advice on what to do when baby sick with flu?
Question by Zoe:
My 3 months old baby’s flat head (on the back)?
My baby is a week to 3 months, as my first child, I do not know about flat head syndrome , I thought was good to leave everything nature. Recently I noticed his back head is so flat (when he’s born, he has this perfect head shape), I started to realise it’s a problem and I felt so guilty about it. I have started to have a lot of holding/tummy time when he is awake and side sleeps (supervised!). My concerns are 1)is it too late?2)will the flat area round up again?3)how long it takes to round up? 4)I heard when the child is able to turn while sleeping, it will correct itself, correct?
Any of you have any good tips/experience, I am really appreciated your helps.
Question by azitromycin:
yellowish scale eyebrows 4 months old baby?
my 4 months old baby girl has adherent mild yellowish scale in her lower eyebrows since this morning with mild skin (eyebrow)irritation ,no eyes irritation, no discharge from eyes, no conjunctivitis. how can i treat this scales???????
Question by lysistrata411:
Cloth Diapers- what will I need with a newborn for the first 3 months?
Okay- I am new at the cloth diaper game and have been saving up diapers during my pregnancy. So far we have:
9 newborn fitteds (kissaluvs and thirsties)
2 newborn diaper covers
2 small thirsties fitteds
5 small covers
How many more do I need for the beginning? Should I also buy some pockets or all in ones?
I also have some small gdiapers to try out, but am going to try to stick with fitteds/covers at first, though I have heard aios are good for overnight and trips. Is that true?
Any info would be great. I am not buying one size diapers because they do not fit smaller babies. Thanks so much!
Question by Simon Harmer:
My 15 month old baby has constant Diarrhea, and has had for 5 months. He has a bad nappy rash but no fever.?
I know some say teething is NOT a possibility for such symptoms, but we’re out of ideas. He has had three stool sample tests, all clear. Growing well and otherwise happy and healthy. Any ideas?
Question by Manu:
All, my girl is 2 months old and I had her through C-section. Initially, I was breast feeding her.?
But due to allergic side reactions from C section and other infections, I could not continue and switched to formula feeding since last month. Now, I am absolutely ok, and want to get her back to breast feeding, which is very difficult. I tried manual pumping, but not getting enough milk and it hurts too! Is there any way to get her back to breast feed? I know it needs lot of patience and trials, I am glad to undergo this. But, has anyone before successful in getting babies from bottle feeding to breast feeding? Any tips? Thanks in advance, Manu.
Question by Jackie:
Are there any autism symptoms in babies 12 months and under?