My baby Nur Aizaara Adilla is 2 months plus now...
My baby is growing stronger every day. She is now able to lift her head, chest, and shoulders off the ground when she's on her tummy. My Superbaby will look so proud and happy while she's "flying" this way. If she's especially strong, she may be able to push herself up using her arms while lying on her stomach. She won't crawl until at least 6 months, but these precrawling motions are her way of developing the necessary muscles.
Something good to share with the parents as your baby will try to show their progress week by week.
Just to share with you parents did your baby having such sympthoms as listed below? If it YES than it goes the same with my baby.
Sharing some informations which I have googled earlier which it can be useful to others especially new parents out there.
How your baby's growing:
If your baby is sleeping through the night (five or six hours at a stretch), you're one of the lucky few. Most 10-week-old babies still wake up in the wee hours. But even babies who aren't sleeping through the night at this stage should be sleeping and staying awake for longer intervals rather than cycling back and forth so much. Your baby will probably have two to four long sleep periods and as many as ten hours of awake time in 24 hours.
An interesting note: Whether your baby is a night owl or a morning lark, a long sleeper or short sleeper, that pattern will probably stay the same throughout childhood.
Do you as a parents know what is "Cradle Cap"?
Cradle cap isn't cute, but it's harmless. It shows up most often in the first few months of life and usually clears up on its own in about six to 12 months – although some children have it for longer.
You might notice the same condition around your baby's ears or eyebrows, on his eyelids, or even in his armpits and other creases.
How should I treat my baby's flaky scalp?
You don't really need to do anything, but if it bothers you, here are some things to try:
- Gently massage your baby's scalp with your fingers or a soft brush to loosen the scales.
- Shampoo more frequently (up to once a day), but be sure to rinse out all the soap or shampoo. After shampooing, gently brush your baby's scalp with a soft brush or a terrycloth towel.
- Some parents have had success using baby shampoos developed especially for cradle cap.
If your baby has a stubborn case of cradle cap, you may want to try an oil remedy to help loosen dry flakes:
Rub a small amount of a pure, natural oil – such as almond or olive oil – on your baby's scalp and leave it on for about 15 minutes. Then gently comb out the flakes with a fine-tooth comb or brush them out with a soft brush.
Be sure to follow up by washing your baby's scalp with a gentle baby shampoo. The last thing you want to do is leave oil on his head, which could clog the pores and cause the flakes to stick. You might try leaving the shampoo on for a few minutes before rinsing, to help cut the oil.
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