Tum2Mom takes a look at common baby health concerns this month. Nicole brings us up to speed about Jaundice. Sister Elizabeth Beavon explains the difference between nappy rash and thrush and how to treat each condition.
A baby develops remarkably quickly during the first year of his life. During the first month he recognises your voice and smell. He may try to lift his head when on his tummy. He may also stick out his tongue in response to you sticking out yours. Each of these skills is learnt at a certain age and is called a developmental milestone. To find out more about the four most important developmental milestones from birth to three years, click here.
If you are at your wits end and want to ditch the dummy for good, here are a few tried and tested methods that you can use.
Make sure you show your appreciation to your Mom – download our free PDF and send it to your Mom on Mother’s Day on the 12th of May.
Did you know you can Ask Elizabeth a question about your baby on her blog – http://chat2sister.tum2mom.co.za.
Yours in Parenting,
Janine and Elizabeth