Newborn babies, whether day or night, need to drink milk whenever they are hungry. Especially at night, often need to drink milk, this is a situation that many parents cannot escape, although there are many ways to quit night milk, but if the operation is not done properly, it is likely to cause irreparable consequences.
In June this year, in order to help the six-month-old baby quit this bad habit, Mr. Wang folded a hole blanket and covered the baby’s face, but unexpectedly caused the baby to suffocate and die. Mr. Wang and his wife have been married for many years and finally have children at the age of 40, but they did not expect to cause such a tragedy because of their ignorance.
At 2 o’clock in the morning, the baby got up to drink milk, Mr. Wang was afraid of making noise to others, so he made the hole blanket the size of A4 paper and put it on the baby’s face, but he didn’t expect that at 7 o’clock the next morning, the wife got up to see the baby, but he didn’t expect the baby to die because of suffocation.
Due to Mr. Wang’s mistake, the 6-month-old baby died, which also left the family in pieces. The child left this world forever, because his own considerations were incomplete, and such a tragedy was also undesirable to others. In fact, eating night milk is not the result of the baby’s own development, but the result of the mother’s slow will. What should mothers pay attention to about night milk?
Be sure to slowly reduce the number of times your baby eats night feeds, from 3 to 2 times to once, and finally let your baby fully adapt. It should also be noted that feeding at night must be full, and the feeding time should be arranged reasonably. Sometimes when the baby wakes up at night, do not feed the baby immediately, learn to comfort the baby, sometimes the baby may not be hungry, if you feed the baby again and again, it will make the baby develop the habit of eating night milk. Also remind mothers that during the sleeping meal, try to let the baby eat some solid food (egg yolk, etc.) to increase calories to help the baby sleep better.
Finally, I would like to remind all mothers that the habit of night milk can not be completely quit in a day or two, and it requires long-term persistence. Don’t be in a hurry.