children

1 2 3 17

How to treat thick green snot from a baby?

The content of the article

So, you get up in the morning and find a very unpleasant surprise: green snot from a baby. What it is, where it came from and what to do about it? This symptom — Sputnik cold, your child could have picked up. It cannot be left unattended. Baby snot green should be treated! A very unpleasant thing, which causes many inconveniences: the thick mucus clogs the nose of the baby, does not allow him to breathe freely.

Green thick snot of a child is nothing like pus. As unpleasant as it sounds. Pus is allocated to counter bacteria that have settled in the nasopharynx of a child. The body protects itself, struggling.

If a cold has already appeared — so you missed the beginning of the infection. Cough and green snot in a child indicate that it is progressing well, but the amount of inconvenience that occurs as a consequence of this, can not wait for the time when the fight would end with myself.

So, it is necessary to treat green snot from a baby, especially if the cold lasts for a week, and two, and even a few months. The first thing that should be done before treatment to find the cause. They can be divided into several types:

allergic Continue reading

How to teach your baby to talk

To your little child started to talk immediately correct need reading him books from the cradle. Also, you need to describe to him everything that is happening around. But Lisp with a child is strictly prohibited.

When the child is a month, he makes sounds that combine consonants: “exploration”, “xxg”, and when he turns four months old, he is already very loud laughs. A six-month old baby is able to speak, combining vowels and consonants in the melodious sounds: BA-BA-BA, mA-mA-mA. He further with greater clarity could say “Papa” and “Mama”, although the meaning of these words will become clear to him closer to yearling age.

But we should not ignore, if your child already from the first months will attempt to contact you using the sounds. The more they say the child is, the sooner you will be able to teach your baby to speak. Quicker to teach a child to speak, you need to follow the simple recommendations. Continue reading

Parents and children

“Childhood ends as soon as you understand that you will die.” I sometimes think about my childhood and don’t understand how we ever survived this massacre. But then I remember that infant mortality was quite high, and I just don’t remember those who did not live to see our victory. It’s like after the war to hear about the adventures of a veteran in front of you sits a living spoiler that everything ended well, and those who are buried, they do not tell anyone anything, so there are stories about how soldatini narrowly escaped certain death, and the sad story about how during the time it was sent to the front fighter caught the stray shrapnel in the head, for example, there is no one to tell. Because the soldier died, and the rest don’t give a fuck, by and large. The mentality of the military man is very similar to the child’s mind in this respect — there is no place for serious grief and feelings, too strong emotions deliberately disabled. And after half an hour after the bombing, leaving the corpses in a trench, you can have a quiet and even have to experience some joy from the fact that the portion is more than usual today.

In General it standards, Continue reading

1 2 3 17
This is important - the development of thinking in the child
The formation of elementary culture of thinking must begin with the first months of a child's life. A grown man has known speech, conceptual thinking. The concept of — this…

Continue reading →

Read a book with Caution – children!
I have three children. Two gave birth, only one raised. Eldest son Ivan is already twenty-seven, of which sixteen he spent with me. For me he's still the same eleven-year-old…

Continue reading →

Why the child is lying?
Children grow up very differently. A quiet home-year-old girl may be much less adapted to life than a six year old Gypsy kid. And the calmer the child's life, the…

Continue reading →