The Baby’s Health and the Baby’s Future, Both Are in Your Hands

The Baby's Health and the Baby's Future, Both Are in Your Hands.

Dear parents,



Being a father of my baby girl, Mayra Srivastava I feel like living in heaven. But to feel proud of being a father there are some responsibilities that we have to take on which are also applicable to other parents so that they can take care of their loved ones.
First, ask your friend to register with Firstcry so that you can get time to time update of vaccination and this you can ask other family members too as it’s in the best interest of the baby.
If you are a parent of a newborn baby, then make sure your child gets adequate breastfeeding as it will help your child to fight the diseases and will also strengthen his immune system. I know mothers are more stressed out than fathers as they have to get up several times during the night but trust me, fathers can help too.
Last but not the least all your, all the husbands out there, please support your wives because then she will be more confident. Also, make sure, that your child gets his vaccinations on time, as it is vital, and don’t compromise on that even if you have a money crunch.





Please give me some of your suggestions too, as I’ve become a father just 25 days back.

Also, when your child is old enough to understand everything, please be polite to him and give the best education to them. Always be with them and help them out with their studies. Don’t send them to take tuitions as you are the one who knows the strengths and weaknesses of your child best.




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