Basic baby care such as breastfeeding, anesthesia and diaper changes may seem uncertain at first, but the situation is changing rapidly. The best way to take care of your baby is to do it yourself. Each family creates their own habits and routines.
Basic care for a baby consists of three key elements: abundance of intimacy, adequate nutrition and purity. At first, taking care of your baby may seem uncertain, but the situation changes rapidly. The best way to learn how to care for your baby is to do it yourself. Each family creates their own habits and routines.
It is recommended that the baby is anesthetized on his back. This reduces the risk of concealed death. Of course, while awake and in contact with the skin, the baby may be on its stomach. The baby naturally sleeps on his back with his head turned to the side.
When can I cut my baby’s nails?
Baby nails may be long and sharp. Baby nails less than two weeks old are not recommended for nail trimming as nail beds may be prone to inflammation. If necessary, you can protect your baby’s hands with blankets. However, when breastfeeding, it is advisable to keep your hands open, as the baby should be able to touch the breast while eating.
How do I know if the baby is warm enough?
Baby feet and hands often feel cool. It is a good idea to check your baby’s temperature at the neck. If your neck feels warm, your baby will be warm enough.