You are a mother and nothing can minimize the importance of this new role in your life. You know very well that for each role you have to prepare thoroughly. Especially for such an important one. Because in the life of each mother the most important thing is the baby.
The growth and healthy development of your chicken is in your hands.
To ensure a smooth development and for you to become a parent of grade 10, we present you these articles, with which we help you get through the growth and development stages of your junior.
Even if you know or do not know what the baby's diet and the problems that may arise, you will find in the sections below much of the information you need. And, if you still have any questions, talk to your doctor anytime.
We wish you wonderful experiences in your new mom career!
1. The miracle of breastfeeding
The importance of breastfeeding
The benefits of breastfeeding
Only 28% of children are breastfed for more than 6 months
Breastfeeding complications. Mother's breasts, problems and solutions
Problems in breastfeeding the baby
Feeding during breastfeeding
Foods that give you energy in breastfeeding
Signs that the baby is not getting enough milk
2. The correct diversification of food
When do we start diversification?
Diversification of children in Romania
Cereals in baby nutrition
The right time for new tastes in baby nutrition
New textures in the baby menu
Puree fruits and vegetables in baby nutrition
And what should the baby eat?
3. Nutrition of young children 1-3 years
How much should a small child eat daily?
10 essential nutrients that every child needs
Foods that should not be missing from the nutrition of the child
Foods dangerous for children
Snacks between meals. Nourishing and healthy ideas
4. Breeding milk for young children 1-3 years
Milk consumption in small children
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The statistical data present in these materials come from the Study on the nutritional habits of infants and young children, carried out by GfK Romania between March and April 2010, on a national representative sample for mothers with children up to 3 years old who are no longer exclusively breastfed. .