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    development stages
  • (Development stage) A software release is the distribution of software code, documentation, and support materials. The software release life cycle is composed of discrete phases that describe the software's maturity as it advances from planning and development to release and support phases.





    baby
  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • A young or newly born animal

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"











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Baby and Toddler Learning Fun: 50 Interactive and Developmental Activities to Enjoy with Your Child


Baby and Toddler Learning Fun: 50 Interactive and Developmental Activities to Enjoy with Your Child



It's never too early to share the joy of learning with a child! Sally Goldberg gives parents the tools to provide such rewarding experiences in an organized, fun way with this special book. Here are more than fifty entertaining activities to enjoy with very young children, with instructions for making the toys needed for play. Baby and Toddler Learning Fun also provides smart tips for enriching the home environment in other ways for baby's learning. As children grow, the activities can be easily adapted so they remain as much fun for a toddler as for an infant. It's quick and inexpensive to make the toys out of the stuff infants and toddlers already enjoy looking at or handling-plastic containers, stiff paper, brightly colored scraps of material, and other household items.This hands-on book not only helps parents teach babies important concepts about colors, shapes, letters, and numbers, but also brings parent and child closer through engaging playtimes. The activities aren't to be used as drills but rather as part of dynamic play that parent and child will enjoy. Charts help parents keep track of concepts as they are introduced. The activities are equally appropriate for children with learning delays.










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My baby is UNIQUE!




My baby is UNIQUE!





Apa lagi nak ku kata, bila cempedak menjadi nangka...
Ni tak dak kena mengena dengan cempedak ka, nangka ka, hapa ka... Ni pasal Rafiqh lagi, hehe...

Sebenarnya I tengah 'hangat hati'(istilah orang utara yang bermakna marah/geram/sakit hati/yang sewaktu dengannya)... Kenapa yer kita suka sangat banding2kan baby kita dengan orang lain?! What the heck?

Ditujukan kepada mak bapak yang suka tengok anak orang lain tak sebagus anak dia, kiranya pandang anak dia laa yang hebat, anak orang lain semua lekeh2... Kot yer pun anak hang terer apa pun, jangan laa selamber badak sumbu badak berendam nak memperlekehkan anak orang lain. Piiirah, macam laa kalau anak hang boleh jalan umur 9bulan, dia dah pandai tahap gaban, besar nanti hebat segala mala. Belum tentu lagi beb! So, tak payah laa dengan bangganya hang nak kutuk2 anak orang wei! Tak salah pun nak puji anak sendiri, bagus laa, puji laa melambung tinggi tembus sampai langit ke tujuh pun, tak dak siapa nak peduli pun, insyaAllah jadi doa untuk anak hang tu. Tapi jangan sedap2 mulut nak mengata anak orang lain.

Eh eh suka hati anak aku laa nak merangkak umur 6bulan ka 7bulan ka 8bulan ka, tak merangkak langsung ka, ada susahkan hang? Amboi2 cantik bahasa kata anak aku lambat!

Ditujukan pula kepada mak bapak yang selalu nak paksa2 anak dia cepat meniarap, cepat merangkak, cepat berjalan, cepat segala2nya. Wei yang hang tergedik2 nak suruh anak hang cepat2 tu, awat ada pertandingan hadiah sejuta ringgit ka?
Ni laa silapnya ibubapa yang selalu nak push anak2, cepat itu ini, semua nak suruh cepat, semua nak compare2, anak orang ni boleh gini2, anak orang tu boleh gitu2, apa kes?! Bagi laa anak tu membesar ikut pace dia sendiri. Apa jua performance dia, we as parents should proud... Belajar laa hargai anak, beri peluang dia explore dunia luar slowly... Setiap bayi tu unik, mereka membesar dengan stage yang berbeza... Kita sebagai ibubapa perlu beri dorongan, beri sokongan, beri bantuan... Bukan jadi pelemah mereka, tau nak kritik ja... Dah kalau setiap hari hang dok sebut anak hang lembap, lambat, malas, ni tak boleh, tu tak boleh, semua tu doa, semua tu hang pasak dalam otak anak hang, nanti sampai ke tua laa dia pegang kata2 hang tu...

You all mesti pernah dengar kan, pakar motivasi selalu kata, "badan kita bekerja hasil dari keyakinan akal"... Kalau akal kita yakin kita akan berjaya, insyaAllah itulah yang badan kita akan kerjakan... That's why sebelum tidur, kita kena niatkan apa yang kita nak, otak akan proses semua yang kita fikirkan dan esoknya badan akan positif untuk kerjakan keinginan kita... Sama laa juga halnya dalam membentuk identiti anak2. Bayi sejak dalam rahim lagi dah menyimpan memori. Sebab tu kita digalakkan bercakap dengan dia sejak dia masih janin, apa ingat suka2 ka nak bercakap dengan "something" yang tak beri tindakbalas? Selain dia mendengar, dia juga merangsang otaknya, apalagi bila dah lahir, setiap yang kita perdengarkan, kita perlakukan, semua dia absorb, direct save dalam otak. Buktinya? Just keep doing same things everyday in front of him, one day nanti you will surprise to see dia buat exactly same like what you did!

Kesimpulannya:
1. Kalau nak "angkat darjat" anak sendiri, angkat laa... Tapi jangan hina anak orang. Orang lain pun ada perasaan, jangan laa senang2 nak kutuk anak dia...
2. Kasihan laa kat anak sendiri, jangan laa perkecilkan kebolehan dia.

Rafiqh boleh meniarap masa umur dia 3bulan, tapi dia stop meniarap lamaaaaa sebelum dia meniarap semula, dah terer meniarap, dia tak mengunjur pun. Dia golek2 ja, sekarang ni baru aktif mengunjur sana sini. Di usia 7bulan yang kononnya baby sepatutnya dah boleh merangkak, Rafiqh baru gaya2 angkat badan, belum bergerak lagi. Tapi I tak pernah kesah! Bukan bermakna I tak ikuti perkembangan dia, tapi I let him do whatever he wants to do. Slowly ikut keupayaan dia, no stress no pressure! I tetap baca artikel2 tentang baby milestone, I tetap alert dengan new infos about baby development, tapi tak perlu laa I nak paksa2 Rafiqh, kan?
Sebab Rafiqh Tsuyoshi, my baby adalah bayi yang UNIK!











miss independant




miss independant





watching the baby moorhens the other day was a whole rollercoaster of emotions!

the above shot is a close up of a baby chick who had found this little critter to eat (2/ whole shot below) – so she was clearly doing well and independently feeding!

i spotted one baby moorhen running towards the water with a bigger moorhen chasing it, i presumed it was a parent keeping tabs on it but when it caught up with the chick it started viciously attacking it and pecking it!

the chick then swam into the water when it met a coot – who also started viciously attacking it! i was devastated watching it! but at the same time fascinated as the chick then played dead – just floating in the water (3/ see below)

the coot then swam off and the chick raised its head and swam off again (4/ see below) – swimming to an island and looking around, as if looking for its parents (5/ see below), until another coot saw him and when for him driving him back into the water again! by this time he was looking very bedraggled!

i did witness one mother try and try to feed her chick (6/ see below) but it just kept refusing the food (7/ see below) then when she swam near her other chick with no food – it instinctively went for her beak and ended up biting her! (8/ see below)

i noticed that there was often chicks at different stages of development, so one mother would have a chick that was more independent and another that was more needy (9/ see below)

after this i was nervy to watch them, and a couple of times i witnessed the more needy chicks (10/ see below) being either hit in the head (11/ see below) or even bitten by the parents – as if they were frustrated? (12/ see below)

i once watched a documentary about coots (i think) that said that the parents persecute and kill their own offspring if they are weak!

nature is fascinating!!!

hope everyone has a great weekend!

(PLEASE NO AWARDS OR PICTURES OR FLASHY BADGES)









baby development stages








baby development stages




Stages of Faith: The Psychology of Human Development and the Quest for Meaning






Dr. James Fowler has asked these questions, and others like them, of nearly six hundred people. He has talked with men, women, and children of all ages, from four to eighty-eight, including Jews, Catholics, Protestants, agnostics, and atheists. In many cases, the interviews became in-depth conversations that provided rare, intimate glimpses into the various ways our lives have meaning and purpose, windows into what this books calls faith.
Faith, as approached here, is not necessarily religious, nor is it to be equated with belief. Rather, faith is a person's way of leaning into and making sense of life. More verb that noun, faith is the dynamic system of images, values, and commitments that guide one's life. It is thus universal: everyone who chooses to go on living operated by some basic faith.
Building on the contributions of such key thinkers as Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg, Fowler draws on a wide range of scholarship, literature, and firsthand research to present expertly and engagingly the six stages that emerge in working out the meaning of our lives--from the intuitive, imitative faith of childhood through conventional and then more independent faith to the universalizing, self-transcending faith of full maturity. Stages of Faith helps us to understand our own pilgrimage of faith, the passages of our own quest for meaning and value.










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