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0-12 months baby life schedule

As the baby grows, the life pattern of each age group will be different. How to arrange the baby’s work and rest time reasonably during the day, how to eat well, play well, and sleep well?

0-2 months

Sleeping: During this period, the baby usually sleeps for a few hours before getting up and drinking milk. In the morning, after opening his eyes, wipe his face with a warm towel, so that the baby can bathe in the morning sun as much as possible. Let your baby spend the day in a sunny room, and don’t turn on the lights at night while sleeping.

Going for a walk: The baby who is less than the full moon should spend it indoors. After the full moon, he can start to bathe in the outdoor sunshine for a short time. With the change of seasons, make appropriate time adjustments, allowing your baby to stay outdoors for a few minutes from the warm season. After this, you can gradually increase the time and go for a walk for about 10 minutes every day.

Meals: For babies under the full moon, they can eat as much as they want, and feed them whenever they want. Starting from about 1 month, the baby will gradually develop a certain feeding habit, so when the baby is crying, think about whether it is because he wants to breastfeed or for other reasons. There should be at least 1-1.5 hours between feedings.

Bathing: Taking a bath can keep your body fresh, and it is best to wash it every day. Don’t take too long each time you wash.

3-4 months

Sleeping: During this period, the baby’s internal biological clock will be adjusted according to 24 hours a day. Life will become more and more regular according to the day and night. During this period, some babies can even sleep soundly at night without feeding. It is not the baby’s personality to sleep soundly during the day and night. Mom and Dad should help the baby to correct it.

Diet: Taking into account the supplementary food that will be added at 5-6 months, the feeding interval can be slightly longer to a certain extent. Every four hours, feeding time 5-6 times a day is the most basic. But as long as there is a regular pattern.

Going out for a walk: Because the continuous waking time increases during the day, indoor play can be more fulfilled, and walking is a daily compulsory course. 20 minutes is necessary, but the maximum time should not exceed 1 hour.

Bathing: In addition to avoiding the time before and after feeding, you can take a bath when the baby is comfortable and the mother is convenient. But make sure to bathe at the same time. The bath time should be 3 minutes as the standard.

5-6 months

Sleep: darken the room at night, sing nursery rhymes to the baby, and gently pat him to sleep. Helping your baby develop good sleeping habits is very important to his health, and it can also make mom and dad a lot easier.

Diet: The digestive capacity of the intestines and the movement of the mouth have been strengthened, and it is time to start adding complementary foods. Set one feeding time as supplementary feeding time, and try to ensure that it is done at the same time every day. At this time, you can establish or adjust your daily schedule with complimentary food as the center.

Going for a walk: Your baby’s curiosity becomes more vigorous. Because the outside world is full of excitement, you must go out for a walk at a fixed time every day. It’s better to go out for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Bathing: The bathing time should also be fixed. You should also take a bath before 8 p.m. at the latest. Follow the process of bathing-feeding-sleeping, with the goal of “sleeping well at 21 o’clock”. If you find that your baby is too excited to fall asleep after taking a bath, try to set the bath time earlier.

7-8 months

Sleeping: This period is the beginning period for the development of the real laws of life. The baby needs to learn to distinguish between sleeping during the day and sleeping at night. Putting your baby in pajamas at night, and dressing during the day after getting up in the morning is an effective way to help your baby develop this habit.

Diet: Two of the feeding time can be changed to complementary food. In the beginning, give your baby a second complimentary food 3-4 hours after the first complementary food. After the time is fixed, try to give your baby complimentary food at the same time every day.

Going for a walk: The outside world is full of excitement, which is very helpful to promote the emotional growth of children. Both going out in the morning and taking a nap are regular, and moderate fatigue will play a good role in sleeping at night.

Bathing: The baby will become stronger after learning to sit, so it will be more convenient for mothers to bathe the baby. To ensure sound sleep at 9 p.m., it is best to bathe your baby before 8 o’clock.

9-12 months

Sleep: The sleep time and length of time at night are gradually fixed, nap 1-2 times a day. Also, the number of babies who have trouble sleeping at night will increase. When it is difficult for the baby to fall asleep, pay attention to adjusting the bedtime during the day. The total sleep time in a day is between 11-13 hours.

Diet: Two of the three meals a day can be the same as before, and gradually change the time of one breastfeeding to complementary food. The interval between complementary foods should be 3 to 4 hours, and the mealtime must be fixed. It was good to eat with an adult one time.

Going for a walk: With the growth of the body and the development of the brain, the psychological aspect will also change greatly. Because the body will become stronger, you can enjoy some longer walking time. But still have to control the time within 2 hours. You can also take your baby to many places with children to experience group life.

Bathing: This time the child will have a good time in the bath. The bathing time should be controlled within 20 minutes.

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