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Not anything better to feed a newborn breastmilk. There are a lot of thinks of concern to normal parent - disaccustom a baby from night feeding . Thinks disaccustom the child from night feeding  is very important. Often aparents lack the knowledge and skills as to wean a newborn from the hands of . Occasionally highly serious time to take maintenance of a baby. Is your child still can not take maintenance of themselves and why in need of leaving mother. Careful note should be given the baby's food.

However to disaccustom from a pacifier

In the case that a child is sucking a nipple and will not return it to mother and father, when parent said, do so:

Ask a child to give a soothers a man he likes, for example to a mom and father.

Never let a pacifiers candy.

A child often mimics other child.

Set the regulations then it is possible sucking a pacifier - before bedtime and be firm.

Point out to the older child - that not to the pacifier.

Play with in addition, give small toys. Carefully but steadily shrinking period of time when a newborn is allowed sucking.

Foster a newborn for refusal of sucking

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