The shoulders and hips of the newborn’s broad belly are slightly protruding. The arms and legs are long enough for the rest of the body. The Apgar score is a measure of the change of the newborn from the uterus during the first minute after birth.

In the first world, the average age of all newborns is 35.6-50.8 cm (14.0-20.0 inches). Although the first baby is small
In developed countries, neonatal births averaged around 3.4 kg (7 1/2 lb), usually in the range of 2.7-4.6 kg (6.0-10.1 lbs).

During the first 5-7 days postpartum the body weight of the newborn decreased by 3-7% and was mainly due to the resorption and urination of the first lung fluid additionally. Delays are usually few days prior to effective breastfeeding. After the first week, healthy newborns should receive 10-20 grams per day.
The head of the newborn is very large, proportional to the body and the skull is large compared to his face. While adult human skulls are about one-seventh of the total body length of the newborn, approximately ¼ of the normal head circumference is 33-36 cm in full-birth. During early birth, various areas of the skull The baby’s newborn has not been converted to bones, making it the “weakness” known as the second largest fontanels, the diamond-shaped diamond on the top. Head and back a small triangle on the back of the head. Later in the life of the child, these bones are fused in the natural process. A protein called noggin is responsible for the delay in the fusion of the infant’s skull.

Newborn on a yellow blanket joined by a nurse
Newborn in Indonesia with umbilical cord ready to loosen
During the birth and delivery of the baby’s skull, the baby changes shape to fit the birth canal, sometimes causing the child to be born with a distorted or disturbed head. It usually returns within a few days or weeks. Sometimes recommended by a physician may help this process.

Baby cry is a form of basic intuitive communication. Baby crying may attempt to express various feelings, including hunger, discomfort, excessive stimulation, boredom, need for something or solitude.

Breastfeeding is the recommended method for all breastfeeding babies. 7 If breastfeeding is not feasible or if breastfeeding or formula feeding is required. Infants born with an absorbent make them pull the milk out of the nipple of the breast or nipple of the baby bottle, as well as the instinctive behavior called the root where they find the nipple. Wet nursing is sometimes hired even though it is rare, especially in developed countries.

Sufficient food intake in childhood is important for developing babies. From birth to four months, babies should eat breastmilk or unprocessed milk powder. When full diets are introduced, snacks like fruit, vegetables and meat can be introduced.

As baby grows, supplements are added. Many parents choose ready-to-eat or ready-to-eat meals to supplement their breastmilk or formula while others adjust their diet to meet the nutritional needs of their children. One cow can be used in one year. Weaning is a process through which breast milk is excreted from the baby’s diet through the introduction of solid foods in exchange for milk. Until they are given Training in baby toilets in industrialized countries put diapers. The transition from diapers to training pants is a major change in infant toddler development as a toddler. Children need to sleep longer than adults – Up to 18 hours for newborns with declining rates of childhood. Until the baby learns to walk, they are held in arms, held in a sling or baby carrier, or transported in a stroller or baby stroller. Most industrialized countries have laws governing child safety seats in motor vehicles.