Child development in 1 year 3 months
The first birthday is over, the second year of life begins. The kid becomes more and more curious and his development is not less rapid than in the first year of life.
As the child grows up, the growth rate slows down and this is normal.
To determine the body weight of a child after a year, use the formula:
10.5 kg (average weight of a child in 1 year) + 2 х n,
Where n – the actual age of the child (in years).
If a more accurate determination of the body weight is required, then special centile tables of body mass distribution by age are used.
The growth rate of the child, also decreases with age.
On average, up to 4 years, the body length increases by 8 cm per year.
The circumference of a child’s head up to 5 years increases by 1 cm per year.
Circumference of the chest increases every year for 1.5 cm to 10 years of age of the child.
In 12-14 months, babies erupt the first molars (large molars). At the beginning, the lower molars erupt, then the upper molars.
At this age, toddlers, as a rule, go to a one-time nap.
Neuropsychological development of the child in 1 year 3 months
At this age the kid is impulsive, they are controlled by emotions and curiosity.
Dishes for a baby in 1 year 3 months should have a mushy consistency or be given in a grinded form. Then gradually you can enter more dense food. In this case, if a child already has chewing teeth, then from time to time you can offer him food cut into small pieces.
At this age, the baby has already formed taste preferences, so the baby's menu should be made based on them. Food for the child should not only be tasty, but also useful.
Protein is very important for the growing body of the baby, while about 70% of the incoming protein must be of animal origin. It can be meat, liver, lean fish, egg.
Do not forget about vegetable fats, which are also important for the normal development of the child.
Every day a child should receive a variety of cereal cereals (rice, oats, buckwheat, semolina), you can add pasta to your baby's diet.
The volume of vegetables and fruits can reach 350 grams per day, while gradually expanding their range.
During each meal, the child should have portions in hot (warm) form, since cold dishes disrupt digestion.
In the second year of life, a child is examined in a polyclinic quarterly, that is, once every 3 months.
Laboratory examination of healthy children in the second year of life is carried out once a year.