0-3 Months Milestone Mastery
Basic To Pro
Basic To Pro
These videos will guide you parents in dealing with the dramatic change of welcoming a new baby into your life, whether your first child, or another brother or sister that has joined your family. With the BabyPillars’ 0-3 months baby development tutorials we will focus on: comfortable holding positions, coping with crying, stomach aches, and gas, lying on the stomach, lifting the head, communication with your baby, and so much more. Learning these stages is the basis for reaching additional milestones such as rolling over, eye contact, focusing eyesight and more!
During the newborn stages of an infant’s’ life, there are several ways of holding them. In this first movie you will learn various baby holding positions, while supporting our newborn baby’s head in accordance with the condition of the baby at the time (gases, crying, irritability, fatigue, etc.). We will also guide you the parent and we will demonstrate how you can also find a comfortable position while taking the best care and helping your newborn relax and finding his or hers perfect position and comfort zone.
Your baby is born in the fetal position and remains in this position for the first month or so of their life. Should your newborn receive the appropriate conditions allowing them to explore the fetal position, you will notice successful development. In this video you will learn how to carry your newborn in a few different ways, such as: in your arms, on a bean bag, and more. Additionally, you will learn how to provide your baby with the safest and securest introduction to their new world, which has a few different rules from the ones they were used to in the womb.
When your baby is born, crying is it’s primary means of communication. During the first few months of your baby’s life, crying usually stems from being startled by a sudden noise, other children crying, being held insecurely and more. Another reason your baby cries might be their desire to experience touch and motion as they remember from their time in the womb. In this video we will learn appropriate responses to our baby crying. These methods will help your newborn release unnecessary tension in their body and will lead them towards the appropriate conditions for further sensory and motor development in future milestones.
During your baby’s first few months, you may notice some discomfort in their abdominal region accompanied by bloating and gas. One of the reasons these symptoms occur is because your baby’s digestive system is continuously developing. What we aim to learn is how to ease your baby’s symptoms when they ache, and how to prevent pain and discomfort, thereby easing this process of development and making it more tolerable for your newborn.
Our babies experience the world through their mouths. The mouth is the first part of our baby’s digestive system, and when it contracts or relaxes, a chain reaction occurs in the entire body. Balancing the way your baby’s muscles are developed is very important, and will result in your baby’s ability to contract or release according to their needs. In this video you will learn to teach your newborn to activate their mouth in several different ways, leading to releasing tension as a result of touching their mouth- a skill that will help them find comfort during bouts of gas or stomach aches.
Your baby is born with a set of natural survival reflexes. These reflexes mature organically during the first few months. However, it’s important to help them leave this system to prevent future functional problems. And to ensure that your baby’s reflexes are balanced and involuntary.In this video we will watch and learn how to activate the following reflexes your baby is born with through play and motion: the finding reflex, crawling, grasping, Moro (startle), sucking, and more.
This is a continuation of the video: Discovering Reflexes Part 2: Your baby is born with a set of natural survival reflexes. These reflexes mature organically during the first few months. However, it’s important to help them leave this system to prevent future functional problems. And to ensure that your baby’s reflexes are balanced and involuntary.In this video we will watch and learn how to activate the following reflexes your baby is born with through play and motion: the finding reflex, crawling, grasping, Moro (startle), sucking, and more.
Your baby’s ability to turn their head while laying on their stomach is an integral part of bone and spine symmetry and for their proper development. Many babies keep their heads to one side while laying on their tummies with one cheek resting on the surface. In this tutorial you will learn how to lead your newborn towards symmetrical comfort on either side of their head. They will also learn how to turn their head on their own while laying on their tummy through your touch and motion. When your baby understands that they are able to turn their head on their own, a learning process is ignited – one that will lead them all the way through each stage of development.
In this video you will learn the different exercises that we as parents can practice with our babies so that they learn how to lay on their stomachs in the most comfortable way. We’ll begin this process with our baby laying on it’s back. This position is familiar and comfortable for them, and at this stage, it is also the position they spend most of their time in. Only after we familiarize our baby with it’s body through a step by step process, will we move them to lay on their stomachs. Over the course of this video you will watch and learn how your baby will learn to lay comfortably on its own or with our help and guidance.
Your baby’s development stems from their ability to lay on all sides of their body. This ability will help your baby at each stage of development during their first years. For them to feel comfortable on their sides, it’s important you help your baby feel safe and flexible, so they can release any unnecessary tension that has built up in their body. In this video, our newborn baby experiences continued movement in space and this movement is what develops our baby’s balancing system, the toning of their muscles, and more – all skills that lead to laying on the stomach comfortably, and lifting the head with confidence.
In the ages of 3 to 6 months, you will watch your baby improve his eye contact and focus. He will improve and better establish his balance system, rolling over from his back to his stomach, and from his stomach to his back. He will laugh, grab onto objects independently and so much more! In this stage of your baby’s life, we will work on abandoning the womb-like environment which we helped simulate during his transition from the womb to the world, and we will provide him with the next secure transition to continue coping with gravity, and independent movement in space. In this series of videos we will give you the guidance and support you as parents need in dealing with the changes your baby is going through, while his primitive reflex are leaving the system and voluntary reflexes such as balance and gripping are entering the system. We will also see how to deal with the beginning of independent movement that will lead down the road to rolling over.
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Hi, I’m Anat Furstenberg, and I want to personally welcome you and your beautiful baby to BabyPillars. About fifteen years ago, I started my professional journey in the parenting world and along the way I have helped thousands of parents and families transform struggles and pains into happiness and smiles. I’m helping thousands of parents each month raise healthier and happier babies. Professional, tried and tested fun activities personalized to your baby's age and needs.