One BERRY Happy Baby Gets Messy!
New parents, expect your babies to get messy when they learn to feed themselves. Messy is a necessary part of growth and development. Learn to take messy all in stride.
No Non-cents Nanna’s youngest grandchild is cute as a bug eating berries, don’t you know! (Wearing the berries,too!)
Six years later this No Non-cents Nanna and the baby in the image are still getting messy and having fun.
Babies explore their world by putting everything in their mouths. It is a healthy and natural part of growth and development that all babies/ children to enjoy…so lighten up, folks.
Just hose ’em off at the sink! All kids can be washed up with water and a few wash clothes.
Sure it was messy!
But, let me tell you this babe, now 6 years old, makes healthy eating choices. If you follow No Non-cents Nanna blogs or explore No Non-cents Nanna’s Heart Felt Play Store this baby is the model known as Sophie-Do-It.
Because of the fact that infants and small children under the age of 3 explore by putting things in their mouth never give a tot anything small than what can fit into the diameter of a toilet paper tube. The US product safety commission requires labeling like this:
Safety guidelines include:
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
The symbol is a triangle with an ! in the middle
- The way a small child needs to cuddle objects
- How things are attracted to objects that are like themselves, babies/child like, baby animals small etc
- Their developmental stage – abilities, attention spam
- Their physical development – manual dexterity, body strength
Author of this No Non-cents Nanna blog is also the founder/ owner of No Non-cents Nanna’s Heart Felt Play Store.
Copyright image by Malika Bourne 2011 One BERRY Happy Baby!
Source: No Non-cents Nannas Blog