The Dangers Of Sitting A Baby At 3 Months Of Age?
Hello r nI have a baby who is just over 3 months old, my baby is very active, if you carry it or sit, the baby wants to be seated too, but I still support the neck and body, how can a 3 month old baby sit right? r nAnd any myths or facts? The baby in a sitting position will make the baby when BAK (pee) strains and hurts? R nThank you please answer
The stages of growth and development of babies to toddlers are very important to determine further growth and development. There are many stages of growth and development that must not be passed by the age of the first 3 months. And basically a 3 month old baby is not able to sit because the spine is not strong yet.
As a guideline, at 3 months of age, children should be able to do the following:
1. Recognizing your face
2. Look towards a bright light or color
3. The eye is able to follow the direction of a moving object
5. Wiggle your legs and arms
If the child is seated at this age, many movements such as crawling, creeping, and walking are at risk of being missed.
Toiletting (training children to use the toilet) cannot start at 3 months of age. We recommend that children use the diaper and change it several times a day to reduce the risk of infection of the skin due to diapers.
We recommend that you consult a doctor at the nearest health facility if your child often seems restless during BAK and there are developmental delays.
May be useful.