A lot of vaccinations to be done in the polyclinic for Val. Although not all babies will have fever after the injections, but Val was one of those who would.
So, we would always choose Friday to have the vaccination done, so at least during the weekends, we can both take care of her together.
- Smile and LAUGH (It's PLAYING time!)
- Hold their heads up
- Start to grab her milk bottle
What you should do and take note:
- Still emphasizing on tummy time, because this helps to develop head and neck control, also they need this strength to learn to crawl.
- Can start bringing baby out for a stroll for some sunlight and to the outside environment.
- Place objects in front of her to catch her attention
- Babies should start to have a sleeping pattern
Reactions to immunisations
- Monitor your baby after vaccinations
- Give extra fluids (breastmilk / infant milk) if her temperature goes up
- Keep her cool (cool pad / wet towel on forehead)
- Give prescribed dosage of paracetamol when temperature above 38.5*C
- Having high fever for more than 2 days, please go back to the doctor
- Babies poo normally is slightly watery if she's breastfed
- Sometimes babies having green poo... According to oldies saying.... Cos baby got a fright. Read online, people saying due to hind milk blah blah... And I have asked the doctor, and he said it's normal. Poo is supposed to be green, only when its fully digested properly then it will pass out as brown. So it's normal as babies are still developing her body system, and hence having the green poo occasionally.
Below are pics of US!
And I have started to take videos of her, cos she started to have lotsa funny acts. Check out below.
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