Parenting a girl
How to raise a girl? The question is important and not simple. In the upbringing of the girl there are two lines: the general line and the special line. The…

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About the princess, a magic flower and a clue from the Cosmos
Once upon a time there was a princess. Real, fabulous. And as beautiful as they are written about in books. That is, blonde, with a wasp waist and large blue…

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2.5 years: hygiene skills
Your baby’s physical activity continues to increase. He sleeps, as before, for 10-12 hours a day, of which 1.5-2 hours in the afternoon. It is difficult to lay some children…

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very vulnerable

2 years 3 months: speech development

In the third year of life, the child is still growing rapidly, gaining both weight and height. However, intense physical development occurs against the background of the immaturity of the circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems of the body, and this makes it very vulnerable.

The circle of communication of the baby is expanding. The child becomes unusually mobile and actively explores the world around him. These factors increase the likelihood of injury, infection, poisoning. To maintain his health, follow the doctor’s recommendations regarding routine vaccinations – they will insure the child from the serious consequences of dangerous diseases.

Not the last role is played by the hardening of the child. More often give him the opportunity to walk barefoot on grass or sand in the summer, take with him water and air baths. Spend as much time as Continue reading

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