注册 登录  
 加关注
   显示下一条  |  关闭
温馨提示!由于新浪微博认证机制调整,您的新浪微博帐号绑定已过期,请重新绑定!立即重新绑定新浪微博》  |  关闭

格子家,幸福快乐的一家!

Being together forever!

 
 
 

日志

 
 
关于我

格子-Xian,全职妈妈,于2008年从遥远的广州来到加拿大。 Jason,IT从业人员。 Amber,我们的第一个宝宝,于2009年6月18日出生于加拿大温哥华。 Raymond,于2011年9月7日出生于加拿大新西敏西特。 一家四口现定居于加拿大新西敏西特市。 这里记载的是我们一家四口的平淡生活,有我儿女生活的点滴,有为人父母的感慨,当然还有对婚姻的感悟。不为名利,不取悦他人,只为留下平淡流年中值得记录的点点滴滴!

网易考拉推荐

[34个月的小妞]再见,我的奶嘴!  

2012-05-14 15:45:11|  分类: 成长故事 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

  下载LOFTER 我的照片书  |
以前在国内,很少看到宝宝使用安抚奶嘴;在这里,却是非常普通,特别是西人的小孩儿。小妞出生后,奶奶买了安抚奶嘴给她,可我一直没有让她用。

后来,看了很多关安抚奶嘴的资料,经仔细衡量,在她2个多月大时,我也开始慢慢接受让她使用安抚奶嘴了,但基本仅限于她睡觉前使用,目的只是帮助她尽快入 睡,而不是让安抚奶嘴代替我对她的爱。(小妞之前只爱吸JAY的小拇指,有时也让她用安抚奶嘴,我还生JAY的气呢。)自从使用安抚奶嘴后,每晚睡觉时,我就领着小妞倒在床上,跟她说完当天我们做的事后,代她向mobile上的小动物道晚安,然后我会跟她说晚安和I love you,轻轻拍着她,她就睡着了。之前我是抱着她,不停地上下左右摇着,接着心惊胆战地把她放到小床上,生怕她醒了,我又得摇一轮,我的老腰都累坏 了。基本上,她睡了后会自动将奶嘴吐出来,直到到喝奶时间了,她才会哼哼哈哈地找奶嘴,我一看时间,也就是喂奶时间到了。

待她十个月左右时,半夜醒来时她开始会自己摸到奶嘴塞回自己的嘴巴,继续睡觉,我与JAY开始不用频频进她房间安抚她了;在她一岁左右时,晚上睡觉前给她讲完故事道晚安后,我们离开她的房间后,吸着奶嘴的她就独自入睡了,从此,我与JAY过上了幸福的小二人世界,呵呵。

安抚奶嘴还在旅行过程给了我们很大的帮助,只要有一个奶嘴,无论车程有多远,小妞都比较舒服和安静,很少吵闹。奶嘴使用得太多太久,会影响宝宝的牙齿排列,
所以除了睡觉,白天我基本不会让小妞使用奶嘴,小妞的牙齿长得又白又整齐。

最近,将近3岁的小妞经常说她是大孩子,她要干大孩子的事。

我就趁机向她灌输:“大孩子不用奶嘴,大孩子不用尿布了”。五月一日,午饭后小妞又开始玩拉PEE,POO的游戏(她只是喜欢坐在厕所上面,但真正要拉时又不愿意),我本着不push她的意愿已经让她玩了N多个月了,可是这天,我生气了,坐在厕所里玩一轮,接着又得洗手,换尿布……增加了多大困难?假如没有老二,我就让你折腾一个下午也没有关系,弟弟在一边困了要急着睡觉,小妞又在旁瞎折腾,我把她从洗手间拉出来穿好尿布让她如常在床上躺着安静看书,然后回到房间带小Ray睡觉。期间听到她在痛哭要奶嘴,我心烦得很没有去管她,最终她睡了。睡醒后又哭着要奶嘴,我过去安慰了她,向她道歉,然后表扬她没用奶嘴也睡着了,又重复了她大孩子的行为,她高兴起来了。

小妞两岁半后,我想让她
戒掉奶嘴的愿望越来越强烈,JAY持无所谓的态度。当天我决定了:从今天开始帮助她戒掉奶嘴。

当晚睡觉前,她说要奶嘴,我说:“Amber是大孩子哦,大孩子不用奶嘴的。”她也喃喃地说:“”我是大孩子,我不用奶嘴了。“接着就去非常爽快地睡觉了,不哭不闹,顺利得超乎我想象之外。
那几天,只要遇到熟悉的人,我就让她告诉他们:“我是大孩子,我不用奶嘴啦。”来强化她大孩从的行为,让她为自己感到骄傲。前二晚睡觉前,她每次提出要,只要我强调”大孩子不用奶嘴“,她也无所谓地去睡觉了,第三晚她就开始不提了,有时还自我表扬:“我是大孩子,我不用奶嘴了。”我脑海中要她戒掉用了将近3年的奶嘴简直就跟戒毒一样难的嘛!但前几天早上醒来时,她会哭几声,看我过去后她会说要奶嘴,我就表扬她,拥抱她,她又没事儿了。

现在她早上醒来会撒开喉咙找我:“妈妈,我醒啦!妈妈!”众所周知当她用奶嘴时,她醒来后也不找我的,会玩到不想玩时才找我。现在中午她要不就跟着我和弟弟躺在大床上睡觉,要不就自己一个人小小声地呢呢喃喃在我房间门口玩(有奶嘴陪着她时,她一个人关在自己的房间可以玩上二个多小时)。

奶嘴曾在小妞的生活里占有一个重要的位置,从5月始,它正式退出了小妞人生的舞台。

下一个目标是:帮小妞脱掉尿布!



我的大女孩!干什么都要自己来,穿鞋袜换衣服,甚至自己换尿布,开始有了小女孩的臭美劲了。上周给她买了几件新衣服,小裙子,她天天嚷着要穿,一听说穿新衣就来劲。有时还自己悄悄地躲在房间里换衣服,一套一套地换。以前我给她两套衣服挑,现在她要坚持自己挑衣服换。
[34个月的小妞]再见,我的奶嘴! - Xian - 格子家,幸福快乐的一家!
 
大女孩,不再玩baby 秋千了,要玩大孩子的秋千了……
[34个月的小妞]再见,我的奶嘴! - Xian - 格子家,幸福快乐的一家!
  出门口穿什么,得由她决定。结果某天出门,该妞就穿了这套消防员行头,经过商店的玻璃门就要照着,看看自己的样子。
[34个月的小妞]再见,我的奶嘴! - Xian - 格子家,幸福快乐的一家!
 出门时,该同学还会挑首饰戴呢,牛咧
[34个月的小妞]再见,我的奶嘴! - Xian - 格子家,幸福快乐的一家!
 我们家的小牛和小兔
[34个月的小妞]再见,我的奶嘴! - Xian - 格子家,幸福快乐的一家!



下面,是我找到的其中一份关于安抚奶嘴的资料


Pacifiers: Are they good for your baby?


Babies are born wanting to suck. Some even suck their thumbs or fingers before they're born. Beyond nutrition, sucking is often an important method of self-soothing — a comforting, familiar and calming mechanism in a new world. That's why many parents rank pacifiers as must haves, right up there with diaper wipes and baby swings. But are pacifiers really OK for your baby? Although the answer to that question is often debated, the American Academy of Pediatrics gives pacifiers the green light.

The pros

For some babies, pacifiers are the key to contentment between feedings. Consider the advantages:

  • A pacifier may soothe a fussy baby.  Some babies are happiest when they're sucking on something.
  • A pacifier offers temporary distraction.  When your baby's hungry, a pacifier may buy you a few minutes to find a comfortable spot to nurse or to prepare a bottle. A pacifier may also come in handy during shots, blood tests or other procedures.
  • A pacifier may help your baby fall asleep.  If your baby has trouble settling down, a pacifier might do the trick.
  • Pacifiers may help reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Researchers have found an association between pacifier use during sleep and a reduced risk of SIDS.
  • Pacifiers are disposable. When it's time to stop using pacifiers, you can throw them away. If your child prefers to suck on his or her thumb or fingers, it may be more difficult to break the habit.

The cons

Of course, pacifiers have pitfalls as well. Consider the drawbacks:

  • Early pacifier use may interfere with breast-feeding.  Sucking on a breast is different from sucking on a pacifier or bottle. Some babies have trouble learning how to nurse properly if they're given a pacifier too soon.
  • Your baby may become dependent on the pacifier.  If your baby uses a pacifier to sleep, you may face frequent middle-of-the-night crying spells when the pacifier falls out of your baby's mouth.
  • Pacifier use may increase the risk of middle ear infections.  However, rates of middle ear infections are generally lowest from birth to age 6 months — when the risk of SIDS is the highest and your baby may be most interested in a pacifier.
  • Prolonged pacifier use may lead to dental problems. Normal pacifier use during the first few years of life doesn't cause long-term dental problems. However, prolonged pacifier use may cause a child's top front teeth to slant outward or not come in properly.

Pacifier do's and don'ts

If you choose to offer your baby a pacifier, keep these tips in mind:

  • Wait until breast-feeding is well established. Be patient. It may take a few weeks or more to settle into a regular nursing routine. If you're breast-feeding, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends waiting to introduce a pacifier until your baby is 1 month old.
  • Don't use a pacifier as a first line of defense. Sometimes a change of position or a rocking session can calm a crying baby. If your baby seems hungry, offer the breast or a bottle.
  • Choose the one-piece, dishwasher-safe variety. Pacifiers made of two pieces pose a choking hazard if they break. The shape and firmness is up to you — or your baby. Once you've settled on a favorite pacifier, keep a few identical backups on hand. Many babies refuse a substitute pacifier.
  • Let your baby set the pace. If your baby's not interested in the pacifier, try again later — or skip it entirely. If the pacifier falls out of your baby's mouth while he or she is sleeping, don't pop it back in.
  • Keep it clean. Before you offer your baby a pacifier, wash it with soap and water and allow it to dry thoroughly. Resist the temptation to "rinse" the pacifier in your own mouth. You'll only spread more germs to your baby.
  • Keep it safe. Replace pacifiers often, and watch for signs of deterioration. A worn or cracked nipple can tear off and pose a choking hazard. Also use caution with pacifier clips. Never use a string or strap long enough to get caught around your baby's neck.
  • Know when to pull the plug. If ear infections are a concern, you might begin to wean your child from a pacifier at age 6 months. Most kids stop using pacifiers on their own between ages 2 and 4. If you're concerned about your child's pacifier use, consult his or her doctor for suggestions.

The bottom line

The decision to use a pacifier — or not — is up to you. Let go of any guilt or pressure as you learn what works best for your baby.

  评论这张
 
阅读(152)| 评论(11)
推荐 转载

历史上的今天

在LOFTER的更多文章

评论

<#--最新日志,群博日志--> <#--推荐日志--> <#--引用记录--> <#--博主推荐--> <#--随机阅读--> <#--首页推荐--> <#--历史上的今天--> <#--被推荐日志--> <#--上一篇,下一篇--> <#-- 热度 --> <#-- 网易新闻广告 --> <#--右边模块结构--> <#--评论模块结构--> <#--引用模块结构--> <#--博主发起的投票-->
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

页脚

网易公司版权所有 ©1997-2017