Baby’s First Week

Baby’s First Week – In the first or second week after your labor, your job is to take care of your baby your day to get to know him. As much as possible try to get enough rest, but do not forget to do postnatal gymnastics to restore your blood vandalism and restore the muscles that stretch to the original shape.

During the first few weeks, your baby’s eating and sleeping habits may not have been patterned yet, but by learning about his behavior and habits, you’ll soon find the best way to handle them properly.
If you want to breastfeed with breast milk, at first the baby will often demand to suckle, every time in small amounts.

This process will help boost your milk supply, and keep you in frequent physical contact with it. Besides that, the suction will stimulate your uterus to shrink back to its original form before pregnancy. As a result of this initial contact, 80% of the baby’s time will be used to stare at your face.

Baby's First Week

Baby’s First Week

Now his main catch is at the most rigorous level, and since he gets everything from you, without touching, hearing sounds, and inhaling the scent of your day, he will not be aroused to use and develop the abilities he has brought at birth. (Other articles: Baby Development)

Some reflexes will initially disappear once the nervous system has developed, but the baby will develop limbs and grip, hands tightly to you in shock.

Another distinctive feature that takes care of newborns is also gone after a few weeks. Its elongated head is now rounded, the hammer hair covering its body is falling off, the color of the skin and the dirt will be more normal.

Maybe the baby still likes to sleep with the position of the fetus but will be more relaxed with caresses and a gentle sweep. The baby’s head still needs to be supported when you pick it up, but the baby will be able to control his head, especially if you carry him often.

Once your breast milk multiplies smoothly and your baby’s appetite has grown, the feeding starts getting rarer and the feeding time will take longer. But the most time spent in front of your breasts is not breastfeeding, instead of enjoying contact, talk while occasionally sucking your breasts.

No words are wasted. Even as he lies alone in his swing, the baby will enjoy your familiar voice. Immediately you learn to react and adapt to your baby’s needs, which will be rewarded in the form of responses and the satisfaction of the baby.