Infants need to be fed every 2-3 hours to ensure proper growth and development.
Tummy time helps babies develop strong neck and shoulder muscles and prevent flat head syndrome.
Consistent sleep patterns and routines are essential for promoting healthy sleep habits in infants.
Sensory play, such as music and texture exploration, can aid in cognitive and social-emotional development.
Regular checkups with a pediatrician can help ensure that infants are meeting developmental milestones and receiving necessary vaccinations.
Responding promptly to an infant's cries can help build trust and promote secure attachment.
Reading and talking to infants from an early age can help stimulate language development and literacy skills.
Providing a safe and stimulating environment, such as with age-appropriate toys and baby-proofed spaces, can support overall development.
Encouraging physical activity, such as tummy time and supervised exploration, can help develop gross and fine motor skills.
Bonding with caregivers through cuddling, playing, and talking can help infants feel loved and secure.