As a father of three children,all grown up,I managed to make them understand that to be climbing all over the furniture was unacceptabe by first telling them NO,once or twice and than if that did't work,I would than removed phyiscallly from where they were at that time,most of the time they would throw a fit ,but we would ignore them till they cry themselfs to sleep! Always keep an eye on them at all times,never leave them unsupervised! As a parent,you know when something is not right, follow your gut-feelings ! , TUMBLEWEED.
Create a safe area in the house so she can. It is a natural and necessary stage of learning to walk.
Not every time,,,every other time....just kidding.. Same answer again. Give her a place where she can, then teach her the difference between where she is allowed to climb and where she cannot.ANSWERAs a 15 year old mother of a 9 month old, i have disvocered that there have been many head bangs and climbing going on in my child's life. She climbs on her crib and the coffee table and hits her head on the floor, but yet she laughs about it? i believe that if it's a bad fall and there head is bleeding or they are crying for hours at a time with there head hurting, you should take her.
You should have them checked by a doctor.
If they are small bumps (like the bumps on your leg), they areDEFINITELY hair bumps. Now, if they are big bumps...i think you should contact a physcian or doctor immediately.
well you should go to the doctor or get a cream or a ointment!
Herpes typically presents as blisters or papercuts...not bumps. You should go to a doctor for a confirmation of diagnosis.
go to the doctor ASAP
If you notice that you have a circle of white bumps on your leg then it could be indicative of a medical problem. You should consult a doctor.
If you've been circumcised your foreskin has been removed. Bumps on your penis are not normal. You should see a doctor.
It shouldn't be so you should ask your doctor. It shouldn't be so you should ask your doctor. It shouldn't be so you should ask your doctor. i dont think so
Not necessarily but it is something that the doctor should examine at your earliest opportunity.
If you detect bumps anywhere in your body, you should head for a doctor.
You should probably go to the doctor to get checked. They might be vaginal warts or herpes.
Go to a doctor!
See your Doctor.
NO it could be a cold sore but then again i am no a doctor so you should see a physician.
possibly.you should go get it checked out by a doctor, as soon as possible.
The bumps may simply be hair follicles that are irritated, or may have an ingrown hair. If it is painful, sore or showing signs of an infection, you should consult a doctor.
Go to a doctor. !! Go to a doctor. Go to a doctor.
Genital warts can somtimes cause itchless bumps. There are a million other bumps you can get down there however. The best thing to do would be to see a doctor while the bumps are still present. A good doctor should be able to tell what they are by a visual inspection of them. You can also have hair follicles. Have you shaved down there lately? I used to get bumps all the time from shaving.
Its a sign of an STD transmitted through drinks check this out with your doctor but one remedy to keep them from swelling is to rub toothpaste on the bumps the flouride should kill the bacteria. Hope this helps.
It would depend on what is causing the bumps. Most of the time bumps on the tongue are caused by viral illnesses or by an irritant touching the tongue directly. Without more information, I am not able to refine my answer anymore. If you have red bumps on your tongue, you should go see your doctor to get it checked out and treated.
If you get bumps in the crease of your nose it is probably acne. If it is bothersome you can always talk to your doctor.
A definite sign that you should go back to your doctor. Or a different doctor.
Strep is usually white bumps, but could be something else. If the bumps persist, see your doctor.
Bumps in your nose can simply be acne. If you are concerned, you may want to have a doctor look inside your nose.
Unlikely. The bumps on your skull are being caused by something other than playing on the computer. You should see your Doctor.