The baby's schedule and the guarantee of his happiness

The baby's schedule and the guarantee of his happiness

The baby's schedule - whether it's sleep, nutrition or play is essential in the life of any baby. Routine means developing healthy habits in children and harmonious growth. Here is an example program on a day, hour of hour that indicates the best hours of sleep, eaten or walked for them!

Time 07:00 AM

It is the perfect time for the baby to wake up, and after a quick revival and a hearty breakfast, it is best to have him sit for about 15 minutes on a soft tummy on his tummy. It is advisable to do this because babies usually sleep all night on their backs, and the state and play on the tummy will help strengthen their neck strength and encourage them to crawl faster or walk the bush.

Time 09:00 AM

You definitely have to get a little something through the house and make a little order. While doing this, put the baby in a harness or sling and hold it in front. You will not be too comfortable to unfold, but so you will be with your eyes on him and you will also have fun because they are very amused by the movement. It is advisable to talk to him at the same time!

Time 10:00 AM

It's time for a walk outside. The baby should breathe a breath of fresh air. You can do this by placing it in the cart, at an angle of 45 degrees. Then you can talk to him and you can describe and show him the mud, the trees, the cars.

Surely the fresh air in the morning will fall asleep, so if you fall asleep, then tilt the stroller back to the horizontal and let it attract a sleeping baby.

Time 12:00 AM

Here until the little boy slept and until you got home the lunch hour was done. It's time to give them a pope. Do not hold it in your arms, but put it on the special baby table when you give it to the pope. As long as you gather the table and wash the dishes, give the toys some fun with them at the table.

1:00 PM

It's time for fun and siesta after lunch! Put the little boy in an activity center or in the precursor and let him explore all the corners of the house or have fun with the toys attached to the center. In this way the little one will develop his muscles and legs, as well as the senses.

Time 2:00 PM

2 o'clock came, the sleep again hung up and here is the time for another baby baby sleep. Even if he is not sleepy, let him sleep in a crib alone. It is his moment to sit and rest. Even if you zoom in a little when you leave him, he does not immediately take you to him, waiting because he may find employment with the handcuffs, feet or anything else around him.

4:00 PM

It's time for individual play. Children need to play alone. Whether you leave it in a crib, in a baby basket or on a special mattress surrounded by your favorite toys, it is important to encourage him to play alone. In the meantime, you can prepare dinner, which is approaching with rapid steps.

6:00 PM

It is your turn to get involved in his play, to tickle him and to make him laugh copiously by placing him in a baby activity center or in bed next to you. Talk to them, smile and kiss them as much as you want! It is your moment of affection and "communication".

7:00 PM

It's time for dinner! Give it to the pope by putting it on the table or in the pre-mixer, then let him have a nap and have a bath. Don't forget to do her evening massage.

8:00 PM

It's time for sleep, so the baby must be put in his crib. In no case does he teach him to sleep with you in bed. The children must be educated from birth to sleep in the crib. Then he begins to read a story until he falls asleep.

Make reading the story a daily routine!

It contributes fully to the cognitive development of the child. When it gets bigger, the evening stories will be replaced with discussions about the events of the day. It is important to have a form of evening communication between the child and the parent. It has the role of uniting and strengthening the relationship between them.

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