Baby mom

Have you just found out that you are pregnant or your baby is already there and you are looking for information on how to take optimal care of yourself or your baby? Discover the best advice for mom and baby, carefully selected by our team of experts. From the announcement of your pregnancy to the arrival of your baby until the first months after childbirth, we support you on a daily basis to live this period with serenity.

A section dedicated to mom and baby

Whatever ailments a baby may have, it is his parents who must interpret and respond to them. For young inexperienced parents, this can quickly turn into a loss of bearings which can be a feeling to say the least unsettling. It is enough for baby to cry a lot or not sleep for doubt and worry to set in. Gradually, parents sink into guilt and can quickly become overwhelmed with anxiety.

Yet a healthy baby can cry 2-3 hours a day for a variety of reasons. There are many factors that can trigger crying in a newborn baby. Hunger, for example, thirst, feeling dirty or wet, a stuffy nose, heat or cold, colic, the need to sleep or nervous tension are some of the factors responsible for crying.

In this section, you will find articles to better live your role of mother and to know everything about baby’s development, his hygiene and his awakening through his little ailments. These articles are written by maternity experts, themselves mothers and health professionals.

Articles devoted to childcare

If mom is feeling well, baby can only get better! Without words, preventing and understanding baby’s ailments is not easy. From pregnancy to childbirth to first steps, we naturally ask ourselves a thousand and one questions. The Soin et Nature blog is here to help you find the words you need.

Discover good plans, tips and advice about natural childcare for your baby and for mothers.

The first twelve months of awakening

The first month of life :

The baby pays attention to sounds and begins to recognize familiar voices.

The second month of life :

Baby smiles at the faces of those close to him and follows a moving object with his gaze.

The third month of life :

Knowing your environment goes through … the mouth!

From the age of three or four months, he reaches out to try and grab the objects in front of him. He plays a lot with his feet and hands.

The fourth month of life :

He looks for the origin of a sound and begins to laugh out loud.

The sixth month of life :

Baby learns to recognize familiar objects.

By six months, he is able to grasp and recognize objects, he enjoys the games he can use while sitting or lying on his back. Activity arches, rugs and other awakening tables are particularly suitable. This is also the age when the first soft toys and dolls are adopted: prefer them in fabric, which does not fray.

Between the seventh and the eighth month of life :

Baby realizes his power over objects.

The tenth month of life :

Baby asks to play with his relatives.

From eight or ten months, the infant becomes more independent and begins to move around on his own. This is the age when you have to keep an eye on what you are doing and what you are putting in your mouth.

You will have to preserve his safety, while respecting his curiosity and his taste for discovery. Better to lay down a few simple rules for him and stick to them, rather than suffocate him with multiple prohibitions for which he will not understand the reason.

The first year of life :

Baby has grown well and is starting to enjoy stacking and cramming his toys.

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