Babies can’t tell their moms and dads what they want, or what they hurt and the only way to contact parents is crying. Crying is for babies primary means of communication with others, it’s a Wake-up call about the necessary assistance and need to know what is the cause of the crying and help your baby.
Reason for crying is not enough, and the baby never cries without reason. The cry of a baby is always different and depends on what was troubling him, and crying from pain in the tummy, for example, very similar to weeping caused inconvenience, boredom and loneliness.
Gradually parents begin to identify causes of crying your baby. We will try to understand the underlying reasons for a child’s crying.
Probable causes of crying
Hunger . Crying due to hunger is the main factor crying baby and soothe it easier. Food is the most important need of the baby, so when your baby is hungry, to comfort him the only food is milk. Recently the doctors pediatricians recommend to feed your baby on demand and not to build any particular mode of feeding .
A hungry child first cries and stops, waiting for the result and if it is not understood, begins to scream again, but compassionate, demanding and shrill. Continue reading
All parents, of course, want to have his child had no problems with it. And this is not surprising. Because the ability to say and explain helps in solving many problems and conflicts. You probably noticed that it is bad talking baby pathetic adults, irritation and derision of their peers. It does not understand, and therefore cannot be accepted in the children’s team.
To notice if the baby has problems with speech, you must know the norms of speech development, i.e., what the child should be able at a certain age.
The first year of a child’s life is a preparatory stage in the development of speech. In this period the development of such prespeech vocal reactions, goo and babble.
For speech development it is very important for visual perception, which is the primary means of understanding the world. For example, pupillary reflex, turning the eyes and head toward the light, tracking the eyes and head turning for a slowly moving object.
Over time, the child begins to understand gestures of the people around him. First, develop an initial perception of the speech addressed to him, and then, and her understanding. The child can carry out simple Continue reading