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Contact a local adoption agency. They can arrange prospectiveadoptive parents and meeting to discuss the options you haveregarding the idea. You can also talk to the hospital… social worker where you have yourbaby. They are trained to help you not only in making yourdecision, but also in helping you decide if you want an openadoption (one where the child can find you when he or she is grown)or a closed adoption (one where the records will be sealed). In addition, they work with various adoption agencies, and will beable to help you in deciding which one to use. Answer also: Please contact your local Social Services departmentthey will be more than happy to give you information.
Honey should not be fed to infants younger than 1 year old. Clostridium bacteria that cause infant botulism usually thrive in soil and dust. However, they can also conta…minate certain foods - honey in particular. Infant botulism can cause muscle weakness, with signs like poor sucking, a weak cry, constipation, and an overall decreased muscle tone (floppiness). Parents can reduce the risk of infant botulism by not introducing honey into their baby's diet until after the first birthday. As kids get older, their bodies are better able to handle the bacteria.
DON'T EVER GIVE A BABY HONEY! It can kill your/someones baby because of all the bacteria. Also can hurt the baby's kidneys...
It should not be giving to infants before 1 year of age because there has been some concern expressed about plan-based estrogen they contain and their effect on infant grow
Is it true that when you give birth to a baby when you are under 18 that no one has coustody of that baby?
no, that is not true. I was 14 and a had a baby, i made all the decisions for that baby, no matter what they were, my mom had no say so. My mom wasn't even allowed to get info…rmation from the doctors without me being there. Even though my mom tried to take over, it was impossible.
You can give honey to bees of any age.
Atleast two years old, but always ask your doctor first before you actually do just for extra caution.
well if you tickle babies feet it might mess up there balence in the long run my step mom always tould me
The male (in mammals) because the female can only donate an X, whereas the male can donate either an X or a Y, which will determine whether the baby has XX (making it female) …or XY (making it male). Platypuses have 10 sex chromosomes (XXXXXXXXXX or XYXYXYXYXY) but the same system is in effect.
because they explode!
On Howrse there is a discussion thread in the events forum explaining about the new features. This thread includes information about the family feature.
You shouldn't give a baby honey. Firstly, the baby's digestive system is not really developed enough to cope with a large amount of sugar -- and honey is almost all sugar. … Secondly, there is a risk, albeit extremely small, that the honey is carrying the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. This will not be in sufficient quantity to have any serious effect on an adult or older child, but could very seriously affect a baby whose immune system is not sufficiently developed to deal with it. This is why in some countries and states honey is labelled 'Not to be given to children under 12 months'
I believe it's because of the possibility that honey could contain some bacteria that an infant's system isn't ready to deal with but is harmless to older children and adults.…
It's unhealthy. If babies are breast fed they will have a better immune system. Also using the bottle to long will cause teeth to separate.
Let ur kid have juice wen it is 5 years old :)
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A baby should be at least 1 years old.Corn syrup can be harmful to baby's under the age of 1 years old. This is how old a baby should before they can eat honey.