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How to bounce a child?

How to bounce a child?



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Bouncing after eating it natural activity, that adults can easily handle. Unfortunately for the youngest, it is not so simple, that's why the role of mum or dad is to help the baby release excess gas.

There is a lot you can do before your toddler starts eating, making sure you give milk before the baby gets really hungry. This is not always possible, but reducing or eliminating crying because of hunger avoids air accumulation and trouble releasing gases. It is also important in this respect regular feeding appropriate feeding technique (100% mouth filling with a nipple or tipping the teat so that it is full of milk), and if you use a bottle the use of anti-colic bottles is often helpful.

Some children even need it bouncing several times during feeding, others do not need it at all. It also depends a lot atmosphere during feeding and from that what style of childcare parents choose: often worn, cuddled children usually get rid of excess gas naturally (unnoticed by parents).

When the toddler eats nervously, a reflection pose will be necessary. However, when it sucks peacefully, you can put your child into the cot without waiting for reflection, thus avoiding waking up the child unnecessarily (especially at night). There are also babies who release excess gas also in a lying position, without additional laying for reflection. There is no rule.

When to bounce

Breastfed babies less often require rebound. When they suck calmly and eat at night, it is usually not necessary to provoke a burp. Then you can let your child fall asleep without laying to burp.

It is different in the case of bottle-fed toddlers who need to be unclogged more often.

It is also true that every toddler has a typical suction pattern that is highly dependent on temperaments. Some babies naturally swallow more air, belching louder and more often, others just quietly hiccups.

In time, when the child begins to learn how to sit and sit, it is not necessary to bounce. The baby gets rid of excess gas naturally.

How often do you bounce?

It is usually recommended to bounce the baby after breastfeeding. If the toddler flexes and flexes while sucking, it's worth provoking him to burp sooner.

During bottle feeding, many pediatricians recommend that the child release gases after drinking 50-80 ml of milk for younger infants. For older children, it is usually acquired when to "wait" after careful observation.

In what positions to wait for a burp?

There are several positions in which it is easier for a child to release gases. Each one will be useful a tetr nappy placed under the baby's mouth.
It is worth choosing the arrangement that is most convenient for us.

  • Rest the baby's head on his shoulder. Hold the baby under the buttocks with one hand and pat the back with the other. This is the most popular item chosen for bouncing.
  • Put the child on his lap with his head down. Hold the chest and head with one hand and pat it on the back with the other. The child should be tilted slightly to
  • Lay the child across your lap. Lower the legs slightly and place the head so that it is higher than the chest. Gently pat the baby's back or massage it in a circular motion.

Why is it worth bouncing?

We bounce when the child requires it. We will find out by observing his behavior. When it turns out that the child's temperament requires reflection, it is worth ensuring that the child reflects: