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Trimming baby nails
About your baby's nails
Have you ever wondered why babies scratch themselves so much? It's because they can't really control what their arms and legs do until they're about six weeks old. Intentional movement comes even later, at around 4-6 months.
Newborns' nails are soft enough that they don't need trimming often - they're usually worn down by your baby's clothing. As your baby gets old enough to interact with his environment, his daily activities will also help to wear down his nails.
Your baby's nails do grow quite fast, though, so you can gently trim fingernails and toenails as needed. You can also file them using an emery board. This means just rounding off the nails so they're smooth.
It isn't a good idea to bite baby nails yourself, because this can spread germs from your mouth, which might lead to an infection.
How to cut your baby's nails
Try to do this task when your newborn is asleep, very calm or drowsy. For older children, you can use a high chair or car seat where you can strap your child in.
These tips for cutting nails can make things easier:
- Make sure you have plenty of light, so you can see well.
- Use special baby nail clippers, baby nail scissors or an emery board.
- Work with someone else if it helps - one holds your baby as the other trims the nails.
- Press your baby's finger pad away from the nail to avoid cutting her skin.
- Trim toenails straight across to prevent ingrown nails.
And here are some tips to keep your baby happy as you cut his nails:
- Talk calmly or sing to your baby.
- If your baby is older, try distracting her with a toy or activity.
- Involve your baby in the activity - making a game of it keeps things moving.
- Praise your baby for helping you finish - this can help you both feel good about getting the job done.
If you accidentally cut your baby and his skin bleeds, gently press a soft cloth pad onto the cut until the bleeding stops. Don't put on a dressing because your baby might suck it off.
If you're worried about the cut, take your baby to see your GP.You can cover your young baby's hands with a pair of soft cotton mittens or socks. This will stop her scratching herself or irritating her skin if it's dry. But make sure she has some mitten-free time so that she can explore with her hands.
It's quite common for young babies to get a small infection (called paronychia) around a fingernail or toenail. This often clears up without needing treatment. But you might need to put a small amount of antiseptic cream or liquid on the nail.
Sometimes this infection can spread further into the skin of the finger or toe, causing the area to become swollen and red.
If you notice this, see your GP. Your baby might need an antibiotic to help clear the infection. If you do put on cream to treat the infection, make sure that you put mittens or socks on your baby afterwards. This means baby can't put his hands or feet directly into his mouth.
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A few days before the arrival of Christmas, Santa Claus and his entire team of magical beings have to work very hard to prepare all the Christmas gifts for all the children in the world. But what happens when they are very tired and have a hard time working? They need an injection of Christmas spirit!
East Christmas story for children talks about the truly important feelings and emotions around the holidays. If you want to make your child reflect on Christmas values (which go far beyond the number of gifts they receive), you have to read this childish story in family.
It was only a week before Christmas night and there was still a lot of work to do. In the Fantasy World letters with requests for Santa Claus continued to be received. They were all doing their best, but the calendar marked December 25 in red and the nerves made us think that they would not arrive on time with all the gifts packed.
Mama Claus lived on the brink of a nervous breakdown. Hundreds of letters passed through his hands an hour; letters that she had to distribute among goblins, dwarves, fairies, gnomes and elves so that they would find the requested gift in the magic warehouse. Later this would be included in the magic sack with which Santa Claus would soar through the sky mounted on the sleigh that Rudolf the reindeer had to drive.
They were all exhausted, they barely had the strength. The entire Fantasy World was full of colored cellophane, boxes of different sizes, shiny ribbons, glitter ... chaos reigned! Fairies could barely hover as they had not slept for days, even weeks. The dwarves did not remember such hard work, not even when in the stories they had to work in the mine. Everyone began to think that children no longer knew how to imagine, because each year they asked for more gifts.
Santa Claus knew that he could not disappoint the smallest of the houses. So he came up with a great idea. He gathered all the inhabitants of Fantasy World in the Great Plaza of Dreams. Made them look up at the sky and projected onto the clouds the faces of all the children in the world while listening to the laughter of these.
Instantly the forces returned to the goblins, dwarves, fairies, gnomes and elves who quickly went to work. Everyone had understood why they worked so hard. And is that, the illusion of a child is what keeps the Fantasy World alive, he owes his existence to her. They realized why you always have to pay attention to the little things, because it is the simplest gestures that are most exciting. Therein lies the magic! That's the real Christmas spirit! If children stop imagining and dreaming, the fantasy will disappear. If all the children always keep the illusion, Santa Claus will attend his Christmas date.
Ho Ho Ho!
Once you finish reading the story, ask your child these questions to know if you have understood the true message behind the story. Starting with the story, you can ask him about his opinion of the story and, in this way, reflect with him.
1. Why is there so much chaos in the Fantasy World?
2. Why are Santa's elves and other friends so tired?
3. What makes you regain all your strength?
4. For you, what is the most important thing about Christmas?
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The name had great diffusion in medieval Italy. The modern diffusion of the feminine form adalgisa, is due to the character of the Gallic priestess in the opera of V. Bellini.
- (? - c. 788) King of the Lombards. Dethroned by Charlemagne in 775, he died during a Byzantine expedition to reconquer Italy.
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