by: Linda E. Joy
He was your bundle of joy when he was first born. And now,a month down the line, he is a gurgling,fascinating 1 month baby. While the pride and joy continues to remain. There are also a number of other things that you need to know regarding your 1 month baby now. When your baby was born, he was very weak. Having been forced out of a safe and secure womb, he was pushed into a world. He tackled it in the only way he knew by gathering himself in the fetal position and shutting the world out.
As a 1 month baby, he has been breathing in lung full of fresh,clear oxygen for a month now and is beginning to get used to the sights,smells and sounds that comprise the world.The 1 month baby is slowly but steadily waking up to the fact that he has an entire world around him that he is but a small, yet significant part of.
Chiefly, there is a sparkle in the eyes of the 1 month baby when he looks at the parents, familiar strangers and other people who surround him through the day and notice and observe his every action. He is slowly but steadily beginning to recognize these people who enclose him.
The other thing that the 1 month baby realizes for himself is that he has some thing known as appendage. When he was born, he had no idea that there were limbs linked to his body that could move on their own. But the gradual process of adaptation with the world facilitate him to chiefly.
Even as he learns to suckle on a teat to extract the nourishing milk, he realizes that the sucking action is the most relaxing one. And he will continue to suck at anything and everything that comes within the clutch of his toothless gums. Sucking not only makes stronger the muscles around his mouth, but also prepares his jaw bones and other muscles that he will use later in life.
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Linda E. Joy provides readers with up-to-date commentaries, articles, and reviews for http://www.thehomelivingguide.com http://www.firstfamilylivingmagazine.com as well as other related resources.