Mistake 1: put an end to everything the most common mistake is panic over everything. They worry about the baby sleeping, crying, eating, and even what kind of clothes the child should wear or what kind of toys the child should play with.
Worrying about everything will not be good for your child. Please take your child for regular checkups and vaccinations and stop worrying about everything. No one ever gets better by worrying. If something is really bothering you, please consult a specialist.
Mistake 2: Introducing TV and Mobile too soon Parents introduce these things to children because they believe that the child will learn through these tools. Introducing mobile and TV at an early age can affect your child’s brain development and can have harmful effects on the eyes.
Small kids are yet to develop the density and defensive tissue of the skull bones needed for the brain, and this makes them vulnerable to the effects of radiation. Play songs and rhymes on a music system instead. Research has proved that light music helps in brain development and helps the baby to sleep peacefully.
Mistake 3: Not talking to your kids enough talk to your child as much as possible and keep yourself away from TV, mobile, and laptop. Research has proved that common daily interactions with your child are all you need to promote excellent language development.
The language skills provided by parents to children are richer than anything a TV, computer, or mobile can give. Please make a habit of telling a short story to your child every day.
Mistake 4: Do not give your child homemade food when you cook at home, you can control the ingredients. This will help control food allergies, enhance immunity, and keep the child away from diseases. Processed foods contain high levels of sugar, preservation, and artificial ingredients that are harmful to your baby. Learn some simple and quick baby food recipes.
Mistake 5: Never try sleep training most parents do not introduce bedtime routines for their children. Choose a consistent bedtime for your child and schedule a day for your child, which should include meals, drama, bath time, storytime, and outdoor exploration time.
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