Teach children to listen to music
  Today's parents less and less pay attention to, what music to listen to their child, remembering myself at that age and believing that each generation has its idols. From…

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Teach children to read books
  The young student, eagerly reading the book and asking to give him another armful of adventure — that's the dream of every parent! However, in most cases, the picture…

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Frothy stools in infants

A newborn child one concern: to sleep, eat and defecate. He could Wake up every 20-40 minutes every time to breastfeed and then – to poop. Here’s not a very fun life, the infant in the first months (with frequent stools was noted only in the first 6 weeks, and then becoming rarer), but the mother are all equal. And because a third of the infant’s existence is defecation, stool infant parent deserves close attention.

We have already talked about the fact that feces of the newborn have the right to be almost any color, though ideally, of course, must fit in a range of shades from light yellow to brown. But the consistency of it is more or less clear: it’s considered normal mushy stool. An often used example – “as apricot puree”.

Due to enzyme deficiency small intestine is not able to work ‘Mature” so that every possible “surprises”. Mucus, fragments of undigested food, blood, too watery or frothy stools should attract your attention. But focus should always be on the health of the child and the presence/absence of additional related symptoms. Because in nearly all cases “suspicious” of stool may be normal – in a few forms. And if you occasionally see a newborn child frothy stools with no other worrying signs – do not dwell on it. But if frothy stools has an unpleasant smell Continue reading

Women’s “Indian Kingdom”

 

 

Can today’s children to empathize, to respond emotionally to the experience of the other? Unfortunately, the corrosive impact of our television has done its job: the children hard to get up mentally in the place of another person, experiencing some feelings. Scenes of violence led to the fact that children were not sensitive to the pain of another person.

Although children usually stronger empathize than adults, but it is more common in pre-school, early age. Adult touches like 2-3 year old toddlers can chorus to cry because one of them “Bobo”, the surprising insensitivity of 7-year-old boys tormenting a cat with kittens, and affects the cruelty of girls 15 years of age, to death pocketing his classmate. But, after all, they are not born, they have no aggression at age one! Where’s it come from? Yes, I understand that no mother, no father teaches the child to do evil, bad things. But good teaching is not many. At preschool age want parents to understand clearly – aggression often manifests as protection, due to emotional instability. The child at this age is still difficult to understand our complicated adult world of human Continue reading

Children’s fears and doubts

 

Our children are growing, and with each passing year their fears change. Something remains in the past, something settles deep inside, so that later, in adult life to remind myself that some fear your child is already covered in the school years, and you, as his parent, can help him to overcome all his fictional and fictional “monsters”.

So, what fears “hurt” our children “elementary school” (6-9 years)? First of all, the greatest fear in this period can be called the fear of death, with both your own and loved ones for the baby people. Children 5-6 years become impressionable and consciously perceive very subtle all around. Is no exception and death. If the child learned from my grandmother that someone was killed by lightning, he can transfer this fear to myself: maybe during a thunderstorm to cry and run to mommy, on the one hand, to protect yourself from the other to make sure that mom and nothing happened. In this period we need to keep the child from severe situations. If, for example (God forbid), his grandfather became ill, around the panic rose, and the family calls an ambulance – try to alienate the child from this: persistent worries about the health of loved ones can turn into a phobia. Continue reading