At week 27, your baby should be able to do the following:
- Grab someone or something standing.
- When toys are taken away, they cry.
- Try to reach for a a toy that’s not within reach.
- Change blocks from one hand to the other
- Looking for falling objects
- Pick up small items with their fingers and hold them in their palm (keep dangerous items out of reach of your child)
- Babbling, emit a consonant and vowel combination, such as Ga, Dad, Mom.
- Trying to grab something with their hands all the time.
- Eat their own biscuits or hold their own food.
How to take care of your 6 month old baby? Week 27
Your baby may be able to grab food from the plate to let you know that he’s already ready to grab food with his hand. You should disperse your food on a 4-5 food plate, or on a non-breaking plate. Avoid choking, it’s best to sit upright on a chair or sit higher on the stroller.
Your baby’s appetite may be good, but since you he or she dont have teeth yet, start with something that is easy to chew or melts well in their mouth. As your baby gets older, you can let your baby eat larger food.
Bring your baby to the bookstore or library to increase your baby’s language skills and love for reading. Your baby may not be patient to sit and listen to your story, but you don’t need to be discouraged. No matter how old your baby is, reading helps him/her know the outside world.
Health information for your 6 month old baby – Week 27
Depending on your baby’s situation, the physician performs a physical examination to determine which diagnostic tools and procedures to use. Your physician or nurse will perform the following tests:
- If baby is in good health and do not have any contraindications, the baby will receive a third dose of vaccine. It is important to discuss possible reactions with your doctor before vaccination.
- Ask your doctor follow up questions after the regarding the third vaccination, such as: what will happen after the third vaccination? What situations can I handle on my own? What conditions do I need to call a doctor? What should the baby eat at this time?
The needs and development of your 6 month old baby – Week 27
You should know the following:
Go to the emergency room.
This sounds scary, but you should be prepared for the worst scenario. The most common cases when your baby goes to the emergency room are severe allergies, intestinal obstruction, or asthma. If your baby is curious about the outside world and is active, it may accidentally eat or suction foreign matter, or wounds that need to be stitched.
If your baby has difficulty breathing or anaphylaxis, dial 119. You should know where the nearest emergency room is and the way there (preferably children’s hospital). The emergency room staff will ask you to fill in some documents including your name, phone number, etc., so keep your health insurance policy., and the child’s physician.
Stay calm in front of your baby and let your baby feel that everything is under your control, even if you’re panicking. Your baby needs your comfort and needs more care than usual to reduce their sense of fear. Bring a diaper bag, change of clothes, some books and toys that your baby loves, and enough food for 1 or 2 meals. Ask medical health workers if you can feed your baby during the examination because it takes a long time to wait for an X-ray and may be fed by a physician.
Replace with cow’s milk.
Baby should not drink cow’s milk until the age of 1. Instead, if you have the ability, you should continue to feed your baby until the age of 1, as long as the mother and the child still want it, they can keep going even after 1. If you are unable to feed your baby, you should give your baby an iron formula. Consult a physician about what formula to drink after baby weaning.
In the first year of your baby’s milk, be sure to let your baby drink whole milk, not low-fat or skim milk. It is generally recommended for babies before the age of 2 to drink whole milk, although some physicians allow babies over 18 months to drink milk containing 2% fat.
Reminder for novice parents – 27 Week Old Baby
You may be interested in the following:
- You should take good care of your baby’s teeth for the following reasons.First of all, this can keep their teeth in a neat position, prevent tooth decay or fall, which can lead to permanent oral deformation. In addition, teeth need to be used for several years to chew food before changing teeth. Damage to teeth can affect your baby’s eating condition, so dental care is important. Third, teeth have a great influence on speech and appearance, both of which can affect the child’s adult life. Finally, develop your baby’s toothbrushing habits as early as possible. Good dental care is the foundation for healthy teeth.
- You can clean your baby’s teeth with gauze, clean towels, specially designed disposable finger sets, soft brushes, baby toothbrushes (less than three rows of bristles) and more.It is recommended to brush your teeth after eating and before bedtime. In addition to teeth, don’t forget to wipe your baby’s tongue, as the tongue is a hotbed for bacteria. Don’t use toothpaste at this stage, but if your baby likes the cool texture of the toothpaste, you can squeeze a tiny amount on the toothbrush.
- In addition to dental care, proper nutrition is also important for oral health.You should allow your baby to eat well, ensure that there is enough intake of calcium, phosphorus, fluorine, minerals and vitamins (especially vitamin C to keep the gums healthy), limit the intake of highly refined sugar (including biscuits), or natural sugars (such as dried fruits and raisins) can prevent tooth decay from causing pain or bleeding gums, you should limit the number of sweets your baby (and healthy babies are no exception) 1 to 2 times a day.
- The more sugar intake, the higher the risk of baby tooth decay, let the baby touch sweets when eating, because this time touching sweets is harmless, do not eat sugar between meals, remember to brush your baby’s teeth after eating.
If your baby has the following high-risk habits, such as drinking juice or formula in the middle of the night, or waking up with nightmares, making the baby spend a lot of time sucking bottles, your baby should have a first dental examination at 6 to 12 months. Allow your baby to have a dental check-up early to avoid gum disease.If there is a gap in your baby’s teeth, it usually leaned together slowly. In a few cases, early intervention by a dentist is required.