Tips for Caring for an Infant
How to wrap a baby
Do not wrap your baby too tightly! They like being in soft cottons. They do not need to wear heavy clothes while wrapped like this. It will make them overly warm.
Making faces, laughing and tickling your baby are all great ways to interact with them. Babies also love hearing your voice. While you are making dinner, talk to them or sing. It doesn't matter that they can't understand you. Just be sure to use a happy voice.
Babies will let you know when they are hungry. Typical signals are crying, moving head around with an open mouth, smacking their mouth or sucking on their fingers.
Babies need to be burped because they tend to swallow a lot of air when feeding. If not burped, it can lead to discomforting gas later in the day.
Babies do not need to be burped after every feeding. Breastfed babies usually swallow less air than bottle fed babies. You only need to burp them if they show signs of discomfort.
Over the Sholder
Be sure to have a burping blanket over your shoulder in case they spit up milk. Rub and pat their back starting at the bottom and moving up.
Sit the baby on your lap and support their neck from the front. Rub and pat their back, starting from the base and going upwards to their head.
Lay the infant on their tummy over your legs. Rub and pat their back starting from the bottom and working your way up.
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