🏖En estas vacaciones recuerda que quien ama a su hijo lo lleva en su SRI (sistema de retención infantil) siempre a contramarcha la mayor cantidad de tiempo que la silla
.🏖según la OMS la recomendación es hasta los 4 años a contramarcha, esto porque el comportamiento del cuerpo de un niño durante un accidente no es el mismo que el de un adulto, ya que el peso de la cabeza de un niño es un 30 % del total de su masa corporal y en un adulto sólo es el 6 %; y en la altura la cabeza en un niño es un 25% y en un adulto, un 15%.
.🏖Por lo cual si un niño viaja suelto y sin ningún tipo de retención, su cabeza actuará como una punta de flecha y será lo primero que impacte contra el parabrisas del vehículo o salir desprendido.
.🏖Por eso quienes amamos a nuestros hijos los llevamos siempre en su silla. Un consejo de la #FamiliaCalmatol
I feel like I’m in a constant balancing act with daycare right now. My daughter is a few weeks away from switching to the 1 year old room & I’m trying to avoid falling behind with all their rules...& still somehow make it to the office each day.
On the day she turned 11 months, she switched to eating “school lunch.” Okay, great, she eats that now & is apparently awarded “the best eating baby.” She even eats all the vegetables. Perfect. & slightly less prep for me in the morning.
Now for the next thing: sippy cups. Bottles are done at age 1 & not allowed in the toddler room. We tried a few different types & now she’s consistently drinking water out of the straw sippy cup. So we are good there. Or so I thought. Nope, I was told today I need to be giving her formula in the sippy cup more often starting basically...now.
The most recent request was that she needed shoes. Can we have a store open on a weekday morning, before 9am, that has the tiniest little baby shoes readily available? Because Target was out of size “tiny” & nothing else was open when this was fresh on my mind. But now we have shoes. Two pairs to start.
Then, today, I was told she needs to be “full on walking” before she goes into the toddler room.
That’s it. I’m drawing a line. She’s not ready to walk yet. She will learn on her own time. My response was “well, I guess she’s not going in the toddler room unless she learns to walk in the next 2 weeks.” & apparently there’s a point where the 1 year olds go into the toddler room regardless. Fantastic.
I’m fielding daycare’s requests left & right over here. Don’t get me wrong, I love my child’s daycare. But cut a working mama some slack. I’m doing my best.
I think one of the hardest parts of having 2 under 2 is the lack of one on one time with just one child. The last few months have been a whirlwind. 🌪
I am in the THICK of the newborn/toddler/ lots of kids depending on me stage. I know I’m going to miss it so much when it’s gone but really, it’s been crazy the last few months. The times where I can go outside with Tatum and just watch her explore are special. The times when I can hold the baby and rock her while she’s sleeping are few and far between and I feel guilty about it. I don’t get too much one on one time with the baby and that’s one thing I wasn’t really prepared for surprisingly. I didn’t think too much about the fact that Tatum would need to eat or need to be changed while I was nursing or holding the baby. I didn’t think too much about how the baby would need me as I was trying to spend time with Tatum. I’m rocking Emersyn right now as she sleeps and i am SOAKING. IT. UP. ❤️
Cute, easy fun #regram from @babyplayhacks!👟Ball Drop Shoebox 👞 This easy DIY object permanence box was a huge hit with my ten month old! This play idea is for babies about 7 months and older, and will help build gross motor skills as well as teach baby that the balls they drop in are still there even though they went away temporarily! All you need is a shoebox, a piece of extra cardboard the size of the box, a few balls, and scissors. You don’t need a tray to catch the balls, but if you want to you can use one.
Cut a hole in the top of the box the size of the balls or a bit larger. Cut an arch in the side of the box larger than the balls.
Cut a piece of cardboard the size of or about 1/4 inch larger than the bottom of the box. Bend the piece of cardboard slightly (hamburger style 😉 so the crease points toward the arch) and place it in the bottom of the shoebox so it tilts down toward the arch and the crease directs the balls toward the arch.
Let baby put the balls in, you can help baby if you need to! Watch as they come right back out!
I love these ball pit balls, there is an affiliate link in my bio for similar ones on Amazon!
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Today I went to go visit the doctors since I’m still sicky .. mommy was able to keep me in a good mood ❤️
Y de como te rompes la cintura agachada en la bañadera 🤪
En mi experiencia voy probando en varios sectores de la casa : bacha de la cocina, bañaderita que calza justo en la bacha 💪 (para mi la más cómoda por el momento), bañaderita inflable dentro de la bañadera, pileta en el balcón o baño rápido en el lavatorio del baño 🛀
Ya pase por la experiencia de que se me resbale con el jabón y quede haciendo la plancha dentro de la bañaderita 🤣
Por suerte el Tito es como un pez en el agua, es su momento preferido del día, lo relaja y ayuda a conciliar el sueño.
Asique cuando esta muy inquieto y llega la hora de las 🧙♀️ recomiendo:
• Y a dormir !
3 weeks old today 🤍 little Avie loves her weighted swaddle blanket from @dreamlandbabyco. Designed to help baby relax and fall asleep faster. It’s also super quick and easy to use, and can be used without the swaddle as a weighted sleep sack. Highly recommend to all you mamas with little ones! Use code KRISTINA15 for discount. #AveryEstelMaksimchuk
Our niece, Emersyn, was born with Sturge Weber Syndrome and has had a very eventful first year of life. She has spent countless weeks in the hospital up in Rochester and has had more helicopter/airplane rides than most almost one year olds.✈️🚁 If you are able to donate anything to help support her medical needs, her mommy and daddy would be so appreciative!!!! (Link in stories/bio to donate)
If you are in the Le Mars area next weekend, stop by baby Emersyn’s benefit-- silent auction and tons of delicious foods.🤤 creep my page for more info!
For those wondering: Sturge-Weber Syndrome is a condition that affects the development of certain blood vessels, causing abnormalities in the brain, skin, and eyes from birth. Sturge-Weber syndrome has three major features: a red or pink birthmark called a port-wine birthmark, a brain abnormality called a leptomeningeal angioma, and increased pressure in the eye (glaucoma). These features can vary in severity and not all individuals with Sturge-Weber syndrome have all three features.
See https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/sturge-weber-syndrome to learn more about Sturge-Weber Syndrome!!
8 13025 January, 2020
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