Similar Questions with Answers
Question: hi... my baby in 2years old.... but still she us not talking properly plz suggest me in it any problem.
Answer: Interact with her very oftenly...sing with her,recite rhymes with her with action.. gradually she vl start talking...if there is no changes consult a doctor
Question: My baby is 11and half months old ,she has a constipating problem what to do
Answer: Hello! if your baby is having difficulty pooping, she could be constipated.raisins are one of the best home remedies for baby constipation. Raisins are the good source of minerals like calcium, iron, potassium, and magnesium. It is one of the easy to use home remedy in treating constipation problem. Raisins really help to regulate the bowel movement.
Take 5 – 6 black raisins, wash it well.Now in a saucepan, add ½ cup water and raisins. Bring it to a good boil, simmer the flame and let it reduce til its half in quantity.Now allow it to cool down, mash the raisins with a masher or with clean hands.Strain it through a strainer and give this solution to your baby early in the morning.Continue until your baby passes stool comfortably.
Question: My baby is not eating properly..she will only eat if will show something in phone..
Answer: Try to avoid it and make her to involve in other activities like building blocks or any other toys
Question: My daughter is not eat properly. .. she likes only playing. . Wat can I do
Answer: You can follow these steps to help your child eat well
Sit and eat with your child.
Show your child what eating healthy is like. You are your child's best role model. They will learn to eat and explore new foods by watching what you do.
Offer new foods many times.
Children often need to see, smell, and touch a food many times before tasting it. Your child may need to taste a food many times before they eat it. Continue to offer new foods and include foods your child has refused in the past.
Give your child enough time to eat.
Young children learn by touching, smelling and looking at foods. Give your child time to learn about the foods you offer. Learning to use a spoon and fork also takes time. Plan time to sit and eat slowly with your child. A mess is also part of learning how to eat.
Try offering the same food in different ways.
Be patient. Keep giving your child foods made in different ways: raw, cooked (steamed, roasted), in stews, soups and sauces. If your child likes vegetables cooked a certain way, give them other vegetables made that same way.