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Question: Hi my Baby is 2year &1 month. He can't talk like other child , not give proper response & not pay attention when we call him by his name.
Talk to your baby, point out each and every thing your baby comes in contact with
Bring picture story books and read them out for your baby
Sing songs or poems with your baby encourage him babble with him say short words so that he could repeat
Allow him to play with toddlers his age it would help him talk
Play rhymes on TV for half an hour a day
That would encourage him as well
The more you talk with your baby the more he would update his vocabulary and interact back to you
Question: I have twins. Both are active. One is say some words even he response when we called him. But another one is not giving attention. Whenever we called he doesn't listen. Also just start to say ba ba ba but not the word. Is there any problem with the second one. Please advice.
Answer: Hi dear every baby is different. So u can expect then to react and grow in same manner even if they are twin. Plz don't judge ur baby and let him learn the thing in their own way. Motivate ur baby anf keeps on talking to him. Slowly he will learn .
Question: My child is 4 months old. We have been trying to top feed him but he is not at all responding. We tried different bottles. Tried with spoon he keeps on crying on throws milk out. Any suggestions
Answer: Dear the best thing to do is continue with your regular feeding routine, including offering your baby a bottle at the normal times. She may resist, but don't become frustrated (she'll sense your tension) or give in by nursing her. Sometimes breastfed babies refuse to take a bottle from Mom because they know she has something better. If this seems to be the case, ask your husband or a grandparent to take over bottle feedings until the phase passes (you may have to leave the room, or even the house, for a while during these times). Have your husband or relative offer her the bottle by first letting a few drops of milk fall onto her lips and into her mouth so she recognizes the breast milk. Then stroke her lips with the nipple until she opens her mouth wide, as if to nurse. If she clamps her mouth shut, don't try to force the nipple in between her pursed lips -- this is a battle you are guaranteed to lose.after trying everything, your baby still staunchly refuses to take a bottle from anyone, then don't try to force her. Take the bottle away and offer it again every half-hour until she eats. Babies can be stubborn and she may hold out for an hour or more, but once she gets hungry, she'll take her bottle. If this is hard to do, remind yourself that a healthy baby will not starve herself