More Than We Can Choo-Choo, Issue 18
Some wake up only to eat, some lie awake quietly a good deal, others
stretch and move their arms and legs frequently.
behaves the same way if someone changes his position suddenly.
guided by your physician.
The way they cut teeth is quite individual too.
But one mineral, fluoride, is usually lacking in the water of our state.
Others like a chance to leave the feeding to someone else.
It takes more fuel
to run this little engine.
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The tastes won’t stop him and the restraints only make him angry.
It’s a good idea to have the public health nurse visit once or
twice until you have more confidence.
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better to use a sweater or jacket with a lightweight blanket wrapped
around his body.
It may be easier to give them just before his bath when he is undressed.
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Find whether he drinks better from a thick cup or a thin-lipped glass
can make him accept being fed and certainly it is less messy.
Don’t be concerned—this is just another way he learns about
get up on their hands and knees, others just sit and push themselves
along with one leg.
He enjoys having you build up a block tower that he can knock over.
Simple toys are best.
He may not even know his father after a few days’ separation.
Because he will copy you, for better or worse, don’t do or say
anything in front of him that you don’t want him to imitate.
Be careful not to chill him; unless the room is very warm, keep him
under a light blanket while you wash him.
Get simply cut clothing that is easy to wash.
One or two caps are plenty.