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Lesson1 a

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  1. 1. Preparing Your Baby for $uccess Copyright ©2009, LSU AgCenter, Parents Preparing for $uccess Project All rights reserved. Do not distribute without permission. Paid for by a grant from the Louisiana Department of Social Services, Family Support Program, as a part of the Strategies to Empower People (STEP) program. Visit our PPSP 1A-1 website at www.lsuagcenter.com, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.
  2. 2. “One day my baby will . . .” Paid for by a grant from the Louisiana Department of Social Services, Family Support Program, as a part of the Strategies to Empower People (STEP) program. Visit our PPSP 1A-2 website at www.lsuagcenter.com, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.
  3. 3. “One day my baby will . . .”• As you think about your baby’s future, what are your hopes and dreams for your baby?• What things could make it difficult for your hopes and dreams to be fulfilled?• What things could make it more likely that your hopes and dreams would be fulfilled? PPSP 1A-3
  4. 4. Goals for Your Child• Why is it so important to be a good parent?• Holding, talking to and responding to your baby helps them feel secure and loved• This is important to a child’s brain development especially during the first 3 years of life PPSP 1A-4
  5. 5. YOUare your child’s first teacher. PPSP 1A-5
  6. 6. Keys to a $uccessful Future WTTW Chicago and the Chicago Production Center (Producer). (1999). Ten things every child needs for the best start in life! [DVD produced for Robert R. McCormick Tribute Foundation].. Interaction Reading Communication Touch Relationship Care Play Self-esteem Music SafetyVisit our website: www.lsuagcenter.comLouisiana State University Agricultural Center, William B. Richardson, Chancellor, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, David Boethel, Vice Chancellor and DirectorLouisiana Cooperative Extension Service, Paul Coreil, Vice Chancellor and DirectorIssued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Acts of Congress of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture. The Louisiana Cooperative Extension Serviceprovides equal opportunities in programs and employment. Paid for by a grant from the Louisiana Department of Social Services, Family Support Program, as a part of the Strategies to Empower People (STEP) program. Visit our PPSP 1A-6 website at www.lsuagcenter.com, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.
  7. 7. Parent ResponsibilityMother’s Role Father’s Role Paid for by a grant from the Louisiana Department of Social Services, Family Support Program, as a part of the Strategies to Empower People (STEP) program. Visit our website at www.lsuagcenter.com, Louisiana State University PPSP 1A-7 Agricultural Center
  8. 8. Diapering• Diapering is a task you will repeat many times.• Purchase a supply to have on hand when you come home from the hospital.• Cloth diapers vs. disposable• You should expect to use from 10-12 diapers every day for the first few months.
  9. 9. How To Change A Diaper1. Assemble supplies and clean diapers.2. Lay baby flat in a safe place.3. Remove soiled diaper. If using disposable diapers, discard.4. Wipe the baby clean with the washcloth. PPSP 1A-9
  10. 10. 5. Treat diaper rash, umbilical cord andcircumcision if necessary.6. Apply lotion if desired.7. Lift the baby’s bottom.8. Place a clean diaper under the baby.9. Pull diaper up between the baby’s legs.10. Tape or pin the diaper in place.11. Place the baby in a safe place PPSP 1A-10
  11. 11. 12. Dispose of used diaper properly.13. Wash your hands thoroughly. NEVER LEAVE THE BABY ALONE ON THE CHANGING TABLE. PPSP 1A-11
  12. 12. Bathing• Bathing that can become a special time for parent and child.• Bathe the baby about 3 times a week.• Choose a convenient time.• Use small basin or tub for a small baby.• Assemble all supplies before beginning bath PPSP 1A-12
  13. 13. Sponge Bath1. Put some warm water in the basin.2. Lay the baby on an absorbent pad or towel.3. Clean one area at a time.4. Work from head to toe.5. Wash baby’s eyes first.6. Do not clean ears withcotton swabs. PPSP 1A-13
  14. 14. 7. Use mild soap.8. Pay special attention to skin folds.9. Rinse and dry carefully.10.Clean the diaper area.11. Treat the umbilical cord, circumcision.12.Put a clean diaper on the baby. PPSP 1A-14
  15. 15. Tub Bath1. Put 2-3 inches of warm water in tub.2. Test the water with your elbow.3. Undress the baby and gently lower into water.4. Clean the eyes & face with plain water.5. Clean the scalp with a soft brush.6. Wash the body with soapy water. PPSP 1A-15
  16. 16. 7. Rinse all soap off.8. Take the baby out of tub.9. Dry carefully.10. Diaper and dress the baby. PPSP 1A-16
  17. 17. 10 Things Every Child NeedsCare
  18. 18. Newborn Poster PPSP 1A-18
  19. 19. Why Do Babies Cry?1. Uncomfortable2. In Pain3. Lonesome4. Tired5. Need to Cry PPSP 1A-19
  20. 20. Checklist for Baby’s CriesPhysical Cause?Need to be Changed?Clothing uncomfortable ?Need to burp?Sick? PPSP 1A-20
  21. 21. Reading Temperatures • 98.6 degrees = normal temperature in mouth • 97.8 degrees= normal temperature under arm PPSP 1A-21
  22. 22. Using a Bulb Syringe1. Squeeze the air from the syringe.2. Place the tip in one nostril.3. Use your finger to gently close the othernostril.4. Release the bulb.5. Clean it in warm water.6. Repeat for the other nostril.7. Clean the bulb thoroughly in hot water PPSP 1A-22
  23. 23. Signs of Illness1. Fever2. Runny Nose3. Vomiting4. Diarrhea5. Blood in Mucus or Stool6. Cough7. Change in Behavior PPSP 1A-23
  24. 24. ActivityWhen To Call the Doctor? PPSP 1A-24
  25. 25. Review• Goals for Your Baby• Mother’s and Father’s Roles• Diapering Baby• Bathing Baby• What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick• Now lets look at Lesson 1B – Your Family’s Budget

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