Your Baby is More Prone to Injuries- Know What To Do

Your Baby is More Prone to Injuries- Know What To Do
2m+
Gross motor
  • Your small wonder is growing rapidly; his fingers are now able to grab things. Provide him with colourful and attractive toys to explore and play around with. As your little one grows, he develops a certain grip on his fingers. You need to make best use of this grip to ensure that his finger and hand muscles develop well. In order to do that you can start handing him over some fancy toys. The child would naturally be attracted to these toys and would want to hold them and play with them. In this attempt, his hands and fingers would strengthen and his grip would improve.
  • Some of these toys have sharp edges, which might injure him. Avoid these objects altogether or smoothen them out. No toy is more important than his wellbeing. Since your little one is young and lacks the sense to judge the objects around him, there are chances that he might hurt himself. As parents, you need to manage a surrounding so that your young child stays protected and safe from all odds. Gather toys which have soft edges, along with objects which do not have small pieces. Cover the sharp corners in the house with rubber fittings for addition safety. If your little one has started to move around the house, then barricade certain areas which can prove dangerous.