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Drawings Of Man Hands Holding Baby Hands Drawings
No: If a parent is going to hold his/her own baby, there is no need to sanitize the parent's hands (unless the parent is ill, such as having cold symptoms), because parents and babies in the same household already share the same "germs". Normal handwashing is a good habit, such as handwashing after playing with pets, after using the bathroom, after gardening, etc . . .. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My baby , male , 8 months, when i try to make him stand , by holding him with my both hands he puts his body weight on one leg , other leg loose?
He's a little young: For standing. At 7-8 mos., it's typical for babies to do " jumping jacks" when placed in a stand. Gross motor or large muscle skills progress head-to-toe the 1st year. Getting to a sit & up on all fours for crawling are 6-8 mo. Milestones; pulling to a kneel, then to a stand are @ 9-10 mo. Having said that, asymmetry should be checked by his doctor to rule out hip dysplasia or a neurological issue. ...Read more
No: Rub hands well so they are dry. ...Read more
I was at my moms today found out that my necie had chicken pox i was holding her, and before i washed my hands i held my baby too can my baby get it?
My 9 week old baby likes to suck on his hand to self soothe. He will only take paci if i'm holding him to sleep. What can I do to break the habit?
Had baby 5 months ago. Started holding baby in a way that hurt my wrist and now my wrist and hand is tender and it tingles sometimes.carpal tunnel?
Probably: Quite likely you're correct. It happens to a lot of new moms. ...Read more
Be patient: Although some researchers suggest an infant may use one hand more than another as early as 6m, most describe true hand dominance as emerging between 2 & 4 yrs. I worry when a child uses one hand more often before a year as it can be an emerging sign of a motor impairment as seen in cerebral palsy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When a baby is born what in their lifetime makes them a left handed person or right handed person.
NOTHING: in their "LIFETIME" changes the DOMINANT SIDE OF THE BRAIN!! Although parental FORCES have been used toi try to CHANGE dominant sides its a LOUSY IDEA! In other words its HEREDITY not ENVIRONMENT! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Exploration: Babies explore their world with their mouths. Also, their hands are the first things they can get to their mouths. The two fit hand in glove to create an important developmental milestone. It can also be a sign of teething, and something infants do to soothe themselves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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