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Guide Happy parents

infant

number of advice: 20

toddler

number of advice: 18

junior

number of advice: 15

No more night feeding

advice in category: junior

A lot of mums wonder when to stop feeding their babies at night. If you haven’t decided to do so before, it’s time to try. A baby over a year old has a well-developed digestive system, so not eating at night won’t be inconvenient for it. In addition, digestion at night is much slower, so it’s no good overfeeding your baby.

During the first nights you can expect your baby to wake up to eat. This results from an established habit rather than hunger, so instead or normal food give it water. Your baby will soon learn that it’s not worth waking up just to drink water.

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It’s good to accustom your baby to brush its teeth regularly and correctly from early babyhood, so that it becomes a good habit.

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Baby in the sun

Your baby’s sensitive skin has no protective mechanisms against sunbeams - a few minutes in the sun and the skin gets burnt and irritated.

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A stubborn child

Often, parents complain about how stubborn their children are. Regardless of temper, each child goes through a phase of stubbornness. This can be exhibited in a more or less explicit way.

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