Your 1 month baby
Suckling reflex is the first one month your baby uses
when he / she comes out of the stomach and babies both
love and need to suck. The breast is most people's favorite
but also baby or a parent's finger can work well to find
At birth the baby had no body image and he /
she explores gradually one's body during the first month,
often find the baby first his hands and feet and can
be immensely fascinated by their own body parts. Your
one-month baby likes to look at the parents' face. Lie
close when your baby is awake, be aware that your baby
does not look so far, in the beginning about that from
the chest to the eyes of the mother. Just looking at
each other can be the nicest around! As is eye contact
Just a few days after birth your baby know you
but again your one-month baby is beginning to show it
and often react differently to the contact from mom
and dad than from others. Some one-month babies can
even provide you with a smile.
The neck muscles are getting stronger and my baby
is working to keep your head up for short periods. Maybe
your baby lift his head when he / she lies on her stomach
and may even turn his head from side to side. If you
leave the baby train neck muscles when he / she is awake,
by lying on your stomach. If your baby has little support
for the head in a sling or wrap can he / she may hold
up your head for long periods.
Your one-month baby makes perhaps more sound now, Knorr,
whines, gurgles. It's your baby's way of communicating
their feelings - do not forget to reply! Most newborns
like the sound and music, perhaps you have been playing
music or singing to your baby is already in the stomach.
Try the same songs, sometimes you may find that he /
she can recognize them.
At about 1 month, your baby has learned to focus with
both eyes now, so he / she can follow moving objects
with eyes. Some babies may be in short periods to do
this before. A toy brought back and forth in front of
your baby's eyes can be fascinating!