Baby Monitor Talk

While the baby is sleeping, the mom may leave her side to do household chores such as cooking and washing. At such times, the baby monitor can be used to monitor whether the baby is sleeping soundly or playing in a good mood through the camera or microphone. In this article, we will introduce tips on how to choose a baby monitor at home with a baby. In addition, we will introduce recommended products for baby monitors and recommended apps that allow smartphones to replace baby monitors.

 

A baby monitor is convenient if you have one in your home with a baby. A baby monitor is a device that allows you to place a camera or microphone near your baby and check the baby's condition on the monitor using WiFi. Even if you have your baby sleeping in another room, you can immediately check if you are sleeping soundly or if you get up and cry. In addition, if you have a baby monitor, you can use it in various ways.

When mom is doing housework. While the baby is taking a nap, it's time for mom to do household chores and for herself. But if you're in another room, you're worried that your baby isn't awake, that you've fallen out of bed, or that something should happen. In such a case, if you have a baby monitor, you can watch the baby from a distance. Moms can rest assured if they can see the sleeping face of a cute baby between household chores.

When you are away from your baby ・ When you have difficulty hearing your voice

The baby monitor has a function to detect the baby's crying and movement and notify the parent device. So even if the baby is moving, you can see what the baby looks like through the monitor. You can see if your baby is sleeping soundly even in places where it is difficult to hear your baby's voice, such as the first and second floors.

 

There is also a type in which mom can talk to the baby through the monitor, so the baby can feel relieved to hear mom's voice.

Also for watching over grandpas, grandmas and pets

The baby monitor can be used for a wide range of purposes, such as checking whether an elderly grandpa or grandma is living well, checking the state of a pet who is away from home, or using it as a security camera. You can use it as a baby monitor when your baby is small, and use it for another purpose when you grow up.

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Even parents who usually pay attention to the prevention of illnesses in their children tend to say “no way” or “only to us” when it comes to accidents. But in reality, children die or have a lifetime of health …

Feeding Talk 2

After giving birth, it is difficult just to stand in the kitchen.
If you have a hard time, please rely on the services you can rely on.

What about NG food and drink?

First, avoid drinks and foods that contain alcohol.

Avoid eating high amounts of salty instant foods and caffeine-rich teas, coffees and chocolates. In particular, taking caffeine before breastfeeding can make your baby fall asleep.
▼ Click here for reference and details
What is the best food for breastfeeding? NG too! Affects your baby? | Supervised by a nutritionist
Summary of how to increase milk production. Food and drink, exercise and habits | Supervised by a nutritionist
How to store breast milk

We will explain the correct method of freezing and refrigerating breast milk and the storage period.

[ Preservation of breast milk]
Freezing method

Keep it tightly closed in a clean container.

When properly stored in a household freezer at around -15 ° C, it can be stored for up to 6 months. However, for low weight children, the storage period should be within 3 months.

* If breast milk is stored frozen, the taste of breast milk will change. Your baby may stop drinking.
Refrigerated storage method

Store in a clean container, as in the case of freezing. The maximum storage period is about 24 hours.
Preservation NG matters

There are many things you should not do from a hygienic point of view and from the point of view of preserving ingredients.

Refreezing and refrigerating
Reuse of leftovers
Warm the baby bottle in the microwave
Warm above the baby's body temperature when thawing
Leave the thawed milk at room temperature

▼ Click here for reference and details
How to store breast milk! Frozen / refrigerated / room temperature. Preservation period and how to warm | Supervised by a nutritionist
Breastfeeding problems Q & A

While breastfeeding, you often get confused as to “Is this okay?” Or “Maybe NG?”
Q. Mom caught a cold

A. It is said that the virus and bacteria of the cold will not be transmitted to the baby through breastfeeding. However, talk to your doctor or pharmacist when taking cold medicine.
▼ Click here for reference and details
Cold while breastfeeding! Will it be transferred to the baby? What about over-the-counter drugs? What department is the hospital? | Doctor supervision
Q. My baby doesn't breastfeed

A. There are many possible causes, such as breastfeeding posture and “nipple confusion” that is not the fault of the mother.
▼ Click here for reference and details
Newborns don't breastfeed! Cause and remedy. What should I do? | Doctor supervision
Q. When the baby swells and regurgitates

A. It is said that babies about 3 months old are more likely to regurgitate due to their underdeveloped stomach. There is also the possibility of overdrinking breast milk, belching, and illness.
▼ Click here for reference and details
Measures for regurgitation of newborns! How long will it last? Every time, when there is a large amount? | Doctor supervision
Q. My baby has constipation

A. Lack of milk can cause your baby to run out of water, leading to constipation.

Relieving constipation includes supplementing milk and sugar water and abdominal massage.
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How to get rid of baby constipation! Is the cause breast milk? Cotton swab stimulation and massage | Supervised by a nutritionist
Q. My lump hurts while breastfeeding

A. The cause may be a buildup of breast milk or a bent duct.

Solutions include changing the way your breasts are fed and having your baby suck a lot, or a massage.
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How to remove lumps while breastfeeding! When it doesn't hurt, what to do when it hurts | Supervised by a doctor
Q. My baby has breast milk jaundice

A. Breastfeeding jaundice is more likely to occur during breastfeeding and is not a pathological jaundice. If you have breast-fed jaundice, you can continue breastfeeding.

Feeding Talk 1

Breastfeeding Talk

A comprehensive explanation of breastfeeding.
From when to when is the first breastfeeding to weaning? Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to breast milk volume, storage methods, and mom's diet.

It also answers common breastfeeding problems such as “if you catch a cold while breastfeeding” or “if you don't breastfeed”.

Advantages and disadvantages of breastfeeding
From when to when is breast milk?
Amount to breastfeed
Recommended foods and drinks while breastfeeding
How to store breast milk
Breastfeeding problems Q & A

Advantages and disadvantages of breastfeeding

Here are the advantages and disadvantages of breast milk that we want people who want to breastfeed their babies to know.

[ Breastfeeding mom]
Benefits of breastfeeding

Here are the typical benefits of breast milk.

Promotes maternal recovery after childbirth
It leads to prevention of breast cancer of mom
Contains many nutritional layers that your baby needs
Helps prevent infections and allergies in babies

Disadvantages of breastfeeding

While there are many advantages, there are also disadvantages …

Mom's fatigue accumulates
Easy to digest, so baby's stomach is easy to get hungry

Breastfeeding has a heavy load on the mother's body. It is important for moms to “do not overdo it” and “use milk as appropriate”.
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Advantages & Disadvantages of Breastfeeding! Flow to get going | Supervised by a doctor
From when to when is breast milk?

From the beginning of breastfeeding to the time of graduation. How long is the breastfeeding period?
from when?

Breastfeeding begins at the earliest within 30 minutes after delivery. However, there are individual differences because some people do not come out immediately.

In general, newborns need to breastfeed frequently (feeding 7 to 8 times a day every 3 hours).
Until when?

According to the WHO (World Health Organization), it is recommended that you continue breastfeeding until you are 2 years of age or older while eating a proper diet. In reality, many people wean between the ages of 1 and 1 year and 5 months, but some moms do not wean until the age of 3.

<Estimated graduation>

Nutrients can be firmly obtained with 3 meals
Moisture can be removed with breast milk or other than milk

It is recommended to wait for the time of graduation without rushing while enjoying the time with the child, rather than being caught up in the “time” of graduation.
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What is frequent breastfeeding? How long will you continue? When breastfeeding is difficult, supervised by a doctor
When is the time to graduate? What is the guideline? Breastfeeding methods and tips. Bust care | Supervised by a nutritionist
Amount to breastfeed

In general, the formula for calculating the amount of feeding for a newborn baby at one time is
Days after birth x 10 ml + 10 ml
is.

For example, 20 ml for the first day after birth and 30 ml for the second day. Breastfeeding should be done 7 to 8 times a day.
Sign of overdrinking breast milk

Click here for typical points.

I often regurgitate breast milk, but I'm gaining weight.
I'm crying in pain.
I gain more than 50g a day. Such

In such cases, your baby may be over-milking. Try milking a little and then breastfeeding, or sideways breastfeeding.
Signs of lack of milk

Here is a typical sign of lack of breast milk.

Does not gain weight
The amount of urine is small, and the color and smell are strong.
I'm not feeling well, I'm in a bad mood, etc.

If this is the case, you may not have enough milk. Make sure your mom is well hydrated to breastfeed more often and to breastfeed.
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Breastfeeding for newborns. Guideline and calculation method. How to measure when you don't understand | Supervised by a nutritionist
Recommended foods and drinks while breastfeeding

I will explain what you should be careful about when you eat mom.

[ Breastfeeding meal]
What foods and drinks are good for breast milk?

It is important to “eat a well-balanced diet” and “get enough water”.
In particular, you should be aware that you are not deficient in iron, vitamin C, and folic acid.

Many moms say, “I want to eat nutritious food … but it's hard to cook.” Every day I am busy taking care of my baby, but first of all, it is best for my mom to be fine. Let's survive by using the people and services around us.

[ Food delivery]

After giving birth, it is difficult just to stand in the kitchen.
If you have a hard time, please rely on the services you can rely on.

Click here for “Food Delivery”
What about NG food and drink?

First, avoid drinks and foods that contain alcohol.

Avoid eating high amounts of salty instant foods and caffeine-rich teas, coffees and chocolates. In particular, taking caffeine before breastfeeding can make your baby fall asleep.
▼ Click here for reference and details
What is the best food for breastfeeding? NG too! Affects your baby? | Supervised by a nutritionist
Summary of how to increase milk production. Food and drink, exercise and habits | Supervised by a nutritionist
How to store breast milk

We will explain the correct method of freezing and refrigerating breast milk and the storage period.

[ Preservation of breast milk]
Freezing method

Keep it tightly closed in a clean container.

When properly stored in a household freezer at around -15 ° C, it can be stored for up to 6 months. However, for low weight children, the storage period should be within 3 months.

* If breast milk is stored frozen, the taste of breast milk will change. Your baby may stop drinking.
Refrigerated storage method

Store in a clean container, as in the case of freezing. The maximum storage period is about 24 hours.
Preservation NG matters

There are many things you should not do from a hygienic point of view and from the point of view of preserving ingredients.

Refreezing and refrigerating
Reuse of leftovers
Warm the baby bottle in the microwave
Warm above the baby's body temperature when thawing
Leave the thawed milk at room temperature

▼ Click here for reference and details
How to store breast milk! Frozen / refrigerated / room temperature. Preservation period and how to warm | Supervised by a nutritionist
Breastfeeding problems Q & A

While breastfeeding, you often get confused as to “Is this okay?” Or “Maybe NG?”
Q. Mom caught a cold

A. It is said that the virus and bacteria of the cold will not be transmitted to the baby through breastfeeding. However, talk to your doctor or pharmacist when taking cold medicine.
▼ Click here for reference and details
Cold while breastfeeding! Will it be transferred to the baby? What about over-the-counter drugs? What department is the hospital? | Doctor supervision
Q. My baby doesn't breastfeed

A. There are many possible causes, such as breastfeeding posture and “nipple confusion” that is not the fault of the mother.
▼ Click here for reference and details
Newborns don't breastfeed! Cause and remedy. What should I do? | Doctor supervision
Q. When the baby swells and regurgitates

A. It is said that babies about 3 months old are more likely to regurgitate due to their underdeveloped stomach. There is also the possibility of overdrinking breast milk, belching, and illness.
▼ Click here for reference and details
Measures for regurgitation of newborns! How long will it last? Every time,

The Feeding Conversation

Every new mum is determined to do what's best for her newborn baby and has a few decisions to make within just hours of the birth as to the best possible way to start baby's life.

Baby's sense of smell is developed when he is in the womb. Eventually, breastmilk could be replaced with formula. The message being conveyed by this program is that breastfeeding is beneficial to both mom and baby. A calcium supplement is appropriate when you're breastfeeding if you don't get enough calcium in your diet.

To build immunity and boost proper development of a child, nothing works better than breast milk. “It focuses on the milk as a separate entity, not as part of the relationship between a breastfeeding mother and baby.

Exclusive breastfeeding refers to six months of feeding babies with only breast milk (other than medications, vitamins or minerals.) Continued breastfeeding mixes in solids and other foods while continuing breast milk. If you find that you aren't breastfeeding that often, or if several months have gone by and you still aren't having your usual menstrual cycle, consult with your healthcare provider for their assessment and evaluation.

Lets Talk Milk 7

The benefits of having your baby drink milk

 

Milk has problems such as iron deficiency anemia and allergies when taken easily by babies, but it also has many benefits. First of all, it is said that when you drink milk, your bones become stronger.

 

It is true that milk is rich in nutrients such as protein, vitamins A, B2, and sodium in addition to calcium, so it has the advantage of being able to easily take in these nutrients.

 

In addition, it can be used for cooking because the nutrition does not change much even when heat is applied. Even children who dislike vegetables will be able to eat a lot with cream stew using milk.

Summary

 

Milk has a good image, but if your baby wants to drink it as it is, it is important to wait after 1 year of age. Milk is an ingredient that can also be used for baby food, but let's give it while checking the physical condition of the baby. It's a good idea to try to get a good balance of nutrition with various things, not just milk.

 

Lets Talk Milk 6

Around the end of the early stages of baby food 5 to 6 months old

Instead of using milk right away, try yogurt, which has a small protein molecule. For yogurt, use unsweetened plain type yogurt or yogurt for babies. When used for vegetables, the variety of baby food will increase.

 

Let's start with a spoon and see what happens. If you don't have any problems, you can increase it to 50g a day.

 

-Mid to late baby food 7-9 months old

In addition to yogurt, you will be able to feed cheese and cooked milk. Therefore, it is easy to try baby food such as milk porridge, banana milk, and pancakes.

 

However, be sure to heat the milk and make sure that your daily intake, including other dairy products, does not exceed 100g.

 

-From 1 year old to the completion of baby food

After the age of one, you can give the milk as it is. In that case, it is important to warm it up. Cold milk can strain your baby's internal organs and cause stomach upset. Let's break in with warm milk first, then step with normal temperature and cold milk.

 

Also, when you give milk for the first time, start from about 50 ml and be careful about changes in your physical condition. If symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, and eczema do not appear, you can increase the amount little by little, but it is recommended to use 200 ml at a time, and a total of 300 ml to 400 ml per day including other dairy products.

 

Another thing to keep in mind when incorporating milk into baby food is iron deficiency anemia. Therefore, it is important to incorporate iron-rich foods such as spinach, natto, seaweed, soybean flour, broccoli, and liver.

The Milk Talk 5

In addition to iron deficiency anemia, babies are also concerned about allergies. Because the baby's digestive system is underdeveloped, the proteins contained in milk cannot be decomposed and absorbed well. Therefore, bloody stools, diarrhea, and vomiting may occur.

 

This is called “newborn / infant gastrointestinal allergy” and is one of the reasons why it is better not to give it to babies under 1 year old. When feeding milk after the age of one, it is important to give it in small doses and watch for 1 to 2 hours to check for vomiting, urticaria, diarrhea, and dyspnea.

 

Milk allergy can also cause atopic dermatitis, but after infants, food allergies cause less atopic dermatitis.

 

When can I give my baby milk? Explains when to give milk to babies and precautions

When can I give my baby milk? Explaining when to give milk to babies and precautions When baby food starts, what is worrisome is the ingredients that can be used …

Can milk be used for baby food?

 

It is recommended that you drink milk as it is after 1 year of age, but you can use it as a baby food.

 

The Milk Talk 4

Why you shouldn't drink milk until your baby is 1 year old

 

The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare's “Breastfeeding and Weaning Support Guide (revised in 2019)” states that “when milk is given for drinking, it is desirable to be over 1 year old from the viewpoint of preventing iron deficiency anemia.”

 

In this way, it is said that it is good to give milk as it is for drinking after 1 year old, but there are several reasons for that.

 

-Iron deficiency anemia may occur

Iron deficiency anemia can lead to impaired motor and cognitive function, due to the fact that babies can barely absorb the iron in milk and that it contains very little iron itself. Can be mentioned.

 

In addition, milk contains calcium, and it is said that this calcium may interfere with the absorption of iron. As a result, even the iron obtained from breast milk cannot be absorbed well.

 

Babies originally store iron in their bodies, but as the iron is used to grow, the iron disappears around the age of 6 months. Although iron is also contained in breast milk, it is necessary to supplement it with baby food because it is a small amount. However, drinking milk interferes with the absorption of iron and increases the likelihood of iron deficiency anemia.

 

Symptoms of iron deficiency anemia include “pale complexion”, “whitening of the back of the eyelids and a light feeling”, “discoloration and deformation of the nails”, “lack of energy”, “palpitations, shortness of breath, tachycardia”. If you experience these symptoms and suspect iron deficiency anemia or allergies, see a pediatrician.

 

In addition, if you drink milk by about 6 months of age, it may cause gastrointestinal bleeding, so be careful.

The Milk Talk 3

When a baby's baby food begins, the question is what ingredients can be used. In that respect, milk is only cow's milk, and it is a nutritious food that you want to drink immediately, but when should you give it to your baby? This time, I will explain the timing and precautions for feeding milk to babies.

When can I feed my baby milk?

 

Some moms may think, “Milk is cow's milk, so it's better to drink it as an affordable source of nutrition.”

 

Milk is often found in kindergartens, nursery schools, and school lunches, and is considered to be indispensable for the growth of children. However, giving it to a baby can have a negative effect on the body. Therefore, it is recommended that you do not give milk until you are one year old or older.

 

This is because the ingredients of breast milk and milk are different. For example, breast milk contains only about one-third of the minerals such as calcium, but contains about 1.5 times more carbohydrates called lactose.

 

In this way, breast milk and milk have different composition ratios, so when a baby with an underdeveloped digestive function drinks milk, it cannot be processed well and may cause illness.

The Milk Talk 2

Not all children can drink milk

 

In the case of severe milk allergy, symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, itching of the face, mouth and whole body, swelling of the lips and eyes, shortness of breath and respiratory distress appear within minutes even if a small amount is taken. Fortunately, allergic reactions are rarely as severe as this, but in the unlikely event that your child does, you should avoid feeding all foods that contain milk. As a parent of an allergic child, reading food labeling is almost the second job. Most children get rid of allergies as they grow up, but allergies that begin after the age of three tend to last a lifetime.

Lactose intolerance more than allergies

 

Lactose, one of the sugars contained in milk, is a difficult component to digest. Severe bloating, gas, and abdominal pain due to lactose intolerance are due to milk intake. Even children who are lactose intolerant and cannot drink milk as it is may be okay with products such as yogurt and cheese. You may need to switch to soymilk or soymilk-based formula for a short period of time. If your child is lactose intolerant, talk to your pediatrician about alternative drinks to milk.

Not all kids like milk

 

If you know your child has no digestive problems and no allergies, but your child doesn't want to drink milk, try chocolate, strawberries, vanilla, or whatever you like. If your child can't or doesn't drink milk, try to give them other foods that contain calcium. Calcium-fortified orange juice, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, tofu, sardines with bones, etc. Calcium supplements may be needed, depending on how much your child can get a source of calcium other than milk.