Watching our children grow is one of the most beautiful gifts in life! But every parent agrees on one thing: Caring for a young child is complicated. The first years are the most important in the development of the human being. For parents it is a stage that involves a lot of care, learning and even putting into practice new things. Probably, more than once you have turned to your parental figure(s) to consult on a matter related to the care of your children because of their experience.
We are sure that you are doing your best at parenting (hey! You are reading a good parent blog)… so we have decided to make a special research and share with you a series of tips to help us understand what is happening with our little loved ones.
Newborns- 1 years old
2- 6 years old
When a baby turns 2, he begins to realize his in the family, so as he tries to do things for himself he becomes more aware of the rules that should be respected. During this stage, our Little ones are more likely to get mad easily and throw tantrums over something “irrational”… therefore we recommend the following:
There is no manual on how to be a mother or father, twhich is why is so important to rely on experts if you notice any strange change in your child’s behavior or if you do not know how to act in any situation.
Lastly, we would like you to wonder for a moment… how are you learning from them?
Autor: Nerissa Álvarez
Blog Editor: Valerie Llaosa
Supervised by: Betzabe Guido
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Martínez, M. (2019). Cómo disfrutar y sobrevivir a los terribles dos años. Obtenido de: https://mariana-martinez.es/blog/como-disfrutar-y-sobrevivir-a-los-terribles-dos-anos/
Dowshen, S. (2015). El estrés en los niños. KidsHealth. Obtenido de: https://kidshealth.org/es/parents/stress-esp.html
El dolor de la dentición. (2018). Healthychidren.org. Obtenido de: https://www.healthychildren.org/Spanish/ages-stages/baby/teething-tooth-care/Paginas/Teething-Pain.aspx#:~:text=Fiebre%2C%20v%C3%B3mito%2C%20diarrea,aumento%20de%20la%20temperatura%20corporal.
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