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During the first year of life, your baby will grow and develop at an amazing speed. It is an important thing for newly parents to understand the development milestones of their baby. Growth and development includes not only the physical changes in your infant’s life, but as well changes in behavior and emotions. They begin to develop in the world around them. Skills such as taking a first step or smiling for the first time are called developmental milestones.  

Be ready with your camera. Because your baby’s first year is the most magical one.

The first year milestones include:

  • Rolling over
  • Reaching for objects
  • Sitting up
  • Crawling
  • Standing
  • Walking

By the end of the first month: most babies can focus on objects, hear very well, bring hands close to their mouth, and turn toward familiar sounds and voices.

By the end of their third month: raise head and chest, open and shut hands, grab and shake hand toys, smiling at the sound of your voice, kicking their legs when lying on their stomach, making more vowel sounds, recognizing familiar faces and objects from a distance, trying to imitate your facial expressions.

By the end of the sixth months: your baby is rolling from tummy to back, pushing down on legs when held in standing position, grabbing their feet, moving objects from one hand to another, showing interest in the food you’re eating, sitting up briefly without any support, playing and expressing displeasure when playtime stops, recognizing their name.

They are getting better and better at holding some objects. 6 months is the best time for your baby to hold spoon in their hands and to start feeding themselves with their hands.

By your baby’s first birthday: they can stand without any support, and some babies can even walk, explore objects by banging, throwing, and dropping them, saying some simple words, using a spoon to eat and a comb to brush hair (so they use objects correctly), understanding simple declaritive statements, copying your behaviors, putting objects into a container and then taking them out again, shaking their head “no” and waving “bye-bye”, playing peekaboo or looking for an object you’ve hidden.

There is no wide range when your baby should follow one of these milestones. Every baby is different and unique. All along the way, your baby’s pediatrician will be looking out for milestones and watching your baby’s progress.

Remember that some babies will do things earlier, while others will do them later. That is normal!

If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s growth - always speak with your doctor!

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You have probably asked yourself a question what is better organic or regular formula? That’s because you care about your baby’s early nutrition. And making the right choice when it comes to baby formula is very important.

Organic foods are everywhere nowadays. As for infant formula, it is labeled organic if 95% of its ingredients come from biodynamic farms, that are banned from using GMOs, pesticides and synthetic ingredients.

Non-organic formulas do not require such regulations. That means that you actually do not know what is in your baby’s formula.

Organic and non-organic formulas are both suitable for infants. But organic one has additional health benefits.  

It is very important to pay high attention to the nutritional value of baby formula. Organic formulas have all these nutrients that help to create a healthy gut balance in your baby and strength immune system. Fatty acids that are in these formulas help with brain, cognitive and nerve development. It also contains probiotics and prebiotics that assist with brain development and keep your baby’s skin and lungs healthy. Some of organic formula ingredients such as Vitamin E and amino acids are keeping your baby’s energy levels within a healthy range.

Non-organic ones simply don’t provide the level of vitamins and minerals that your baby needs to thrive. 

Secondly, organic formulas are more expensive than non-organic. But sometimes the difference is only in few cents.

Organic formula doesn’t contain harmful chemicals, has tons of essential nutrients, and is free from potentially harmful ingredients. 

Remember, that the most important thing is ensuring that your baby is getting all the nutrients they need. 

Always check with your pediatrician to be sure they recommend the one you choose for your baby.

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The time has come and you have decided to stop breastfeeding. You can breastfeed your baby for as long as you wish. But all good things as well come to the end. And breastfeeding is not an exception.

You have probably asked yourself two questions: When is the right time to stop breastfeeding your baby, and what is the best way to do it? In this article we will try to answer them.

First of all, you should know that it is recommended to breastfeed your baby for the first 6 months of their life. It provides the best nutrition and immunity for your baby.

 Breastfeeding is time for closeness and connection. And it is also very important after 6 months. Even if your baby is eating solids, breast milk or formula still has to be their main drink until they’re at least one year old. This is a must.

There are not right or wrong ways to stop breastfeeding, for lots of mothers and babies it happens gradually. But let’s have a look at few ways to make the weaning process easier for you and your baby.

If you make a decision to stop breastfeeding, follow these simple tips that may help you:

  • Try dropping a feeding every 3-5 days
  • Use breast pump or do it by hand. Try not to empty your breasts. You don’t want to trigger an increase in the supply!
  • Give your baby only one breast per feed. Try to fix a feeding routine and minimize breastfeeding.
  • Talk to your doctor about giving your baby formula.
  • Buy a supportive bra.

Remember, that it is very important to stop breastfeeding slowly. It helps to prevent problems like mastitis, overfull and hard breasts. Giving yourself time to slowly wean off breastfeeding will be more comfortable and less stressful. Increase the gaps between breastfeeds. Offer your baby some drink or feed your baby with formula.

Keep in mind too that breastfeeding is about more than just food for baby.

It’s important to stop breastfeeding when the time feels right for you. Whenever you choose to stop breastfeeding, be king to yourself and your baby. Whenever and however you stop breastfeeding, be gentle with yourself and your baby. This is very emotional for both of you. So do it with a deep care.

And remember that it is a new stage with your child.

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