As parents, when a baby arrives in the world, it is destined to embark on a long parenting journey. The saying ‘raising a child for a hundred years and worrying about ninety-nine’ is precisely this truth. While welcoming a young life, every parent has experienced the journey from zero knowledge to parenting skills, and the parents who have come out of this path are great. But inexperienced parents are more or less groping their way forward. Today, I will remind parents not to make the 18 mistakes on the parenting journey easily.
Error 1: In the early stages of adding complementary foods, give the baby something too hard to eat
The baby is just about to quit breastfeeding and doesn’t adapt to things that are too hard because it can easily make the baby choke and cause danger. Fruits and vegetables were the earliest complementary foods that could be added. After 4 months, we need to add rice paste, and starting from 6 months, we can add some egg yolk paste and other ingredients. After 7 months, gradually reduce the frequency of breastfeeding, and the addition of complementary foods can transition to vegetable puree, fruit puree, porridge, rice paste, etc. However, it is important to switch to other foods when the baby is healthy. After eating porridge, you can add more types of food.
So, mothers must be careful not to give small things to their babies just because they are small. In your opinion, small things may cause danger in their babies.
Error 2: Let the baby play with small toys
I accidentally got the wheels of the toy car stuck in my throat, the little bell got stuck in my finger when it was a “ring”, the little duck’s long drag rope tripped the child, and I scratched my face playing with a small branch outside. At the age of two or three, babies are at the peak of their curiosity. Perceived development drives them to “taste” everything they see and “dress up” themselves. I remind that toys or small parts of toys are most likely to be accidentally swallowed or harmed by babies, and parents must be careful.
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Page 1: Let the baby play with small toys Page 2: Let the baby eat peanuts on their own Page 3: Bring a long life lock to the baby Page 4: Allow the baby to sleep alone
Page 5: There are safety hazards at home Page 6: Leave dangerous things at will Page 7: Let the baby play with fitness equipment alone
Page 1: Let the baby play with small toys
Page 2: Let the baby eat peanuts on their own
Page 3: Wearing a Long Life Lock for Your Baby
Page 4: Allow the baby to sleep alone
Page 5: There are safety hazards at home
Page 6: Dispose of Dangerous Things at will
Page 7: Let the baby play with fitness equipment alone