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Baby’s first fruit – Apple

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Apples are the perfect first fruits, because they contain a small amount of citric acid, which can cause an allergic reaction in infants.

One of the most important nutritional components in apples are two types of fiber – soluble (pectin) and insoluble which normalize intestinal function by preventing constipation and diarrhea.

Composition of breast milk

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Nowadays exclusive breastfeeding is recommended for the first six months of baby’s life. And breastfeeding together with other food should continue for at least 12 or 24 months. Breast milk is the ideal food babies. It is valuable source of nutrients and immunity which are important for health and resistance of child’s body in the future. Breastfeeding can protect babies from infections and reduce the rates of later health problems such as obesity, diabetes and asthma.

Why do mothers quit breastfeeding? Most common reasons!

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Breastfeeding is a way of expressing love, attention, care, comfort, creating intimacy and the basis for the physical and mental development of a child. On the other hand is a learning process in which the child needs to learn to eat from the mother’s breast. This process takes time, peace, patience and love. Every child is unique and has its own temperament which is reflected in breastfeeding.

Why babies put everything in their mouth?

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Babies in the first year explore their surroundings through their senses such as seeing, touching, smelling, hearing and tasting. When a baby wants to investigate further a toy or whatever it grabs, this often means putting it in his mouth.

Your baby at 12 months

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Your little one has grown from a helpless baby, to a strong child with a whole range of developmental skills and abilities. Congratulations! You will be celebrating his first birthday soon. 

Taking his first steps

Baby development: First month with a newborn

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The baby’s development

Baby’s skin

Your baby’s skin in the first few weeks may be discolored, may look reddish or bright pink, and may be blotchy. Also the skin itself may be wrinkled, loose and scaly in some places. This is normal, so don’t panic, most of the babies are born like this. You can notice other marks such as vernix – cheesy covering on your baby’s skin, milia – tiny white spots around his nose and chin and lanugo – fine hair around his neck, back and shoulders.