Skin-to-skin contact sustains premature babies where incubators are limited. It may even be the best form of neonatal care, period. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/02/kangaroo-care/515844/ Carmela Torres was 18 when she became pregnant for the first time. It was 1987 and she and her now-husband, Pablo Hernandez, were two idealistic young Colombians born in the coastal region of MonteríaContinue reading “Saving Babies’ Lives by Carrying Them Like Kangaroos”
Category Archives: Early Childhood Development
Your baby does NOT need to ‘learn to self-settle’
http://www.kidspot.com.au/baby/baby-development/baby-behaviour/your-baby-does-not-need-to-learn-to-self-settle If you’re questioning the rightness of your desire to pick up your baby when he cries, or lie beside him as he falls to sleep, read this. “He’s got you wrapped around his little finger.” “She’ll never learn if you do whatever she demands.” “He needs to learn to self-settle.” These are phrases everyContinue reading “Your baby does NOT need to ‘learn to self-settle’”
What No One Tells You About Bonding With Baby
http://www.mothering.com/articles/what-no-one-tells-you-about-bonding-with-baby (click to read the entire article on mothering.com) If we spend time thinking about it (which we often don’t), most of us believe we’ll transition into motherhood easily. I’m sure lots of women have no problems in those early heady days of being a first time mom. But I’d also be willing to betContinue reading “What No One Tells You About Bonding With Baby”
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