Very Very Fine

Our mission is to make sure that all babies and toddlers have a solid start in life.


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Child Care

Our mission is to make certain that all babies and toddlers have a solid start in life. At Very Very Fine, we envision a society which has the wisdom and will to encourage all infants and toddlers in reaching their whole potential.

We believe that how we do our work is as important as what we do.

During the first 3 decades of life, emotionally nourishing relationships put the foundation for lifelong health and well-being. By supporting the caring adults that touch the lives of infants and toddlers, we expect to maximize our long-term impact in ensuring all of infants and toddlers have a bright future.

Ages and Stages

Find out more about the skills and behaviors you can expect from the baby at each point from birth to 3 and also discover fresh methods of supporting this exciting growth and development.

Brain Development

The progression of the brain is influenced by several factors, including a child’s relationships, experiences and environment. Find out more about this crucial role you play in building your infant’s brain.

Challenging Behaviors

Young children will also be developing self-regulation–the ability to calm or govern themselves when they’re mad. This method contributes to a challenging moments for both adults and children.

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5 Ways to Take Care of Your Sick Child

Playing with and caring for the kid is always a great thing to do. There is a lot of fun, learning, and love when you have a kid. However, the same might not be the case when you are taking care of a sick child. You are responsible and the child has to recover with your help, but it can be painstaking, both the see the child suffer and to make things worse if you are stranded somewhere with no one to help you. So here are some of the ways you can take care of a sick child, without having to feel helpless:

Sick Child

Get medical help:

A lot of parents carry a terrible habit of providing their own medication for the kid. If you are with the kid taking care of his or her need, then you will either have to be the kid’s mom or a babysitter, in either case, remember that you are not a doctor. Do not feel connected with age-old medicines and treat the child yourself. This might not work since we live in a different world and kids end up with different complications. Take the child immediately to a physician and get help for the child. Follow the instructions of the doctor.

Comfort the child:

Once the kid falls sick, the first thing that you have to do is to comfort the child. If the child hasn’t been to the hospital before or hasn’t eaten drugs, the child might feel vary. So soothe the child, and if he or she is a little grown-up, you can also express the reality.  Tell the child what’s troubling him or her and say things will get better at the earliest. Help the child believe that this is natural and it is ok to have a medical condition.

Make sure the child sleeps well:

Most children, when they are sick, suffer from inadequate sleep. They find it hard to manage what the body goes through and stay restless all throughout the night. It is important that the child gets adequate sleep at least when they are consuming tablets or receiving other of medical attention. So trick the kid and get him to sleep. This will help the kid to recover soon.

Try to boost the kid:

The child might lose motivation and will stay less enthusiastic if they are sick. So the best thing you can do is to take the child out if possible and motivate him. If the condition isn’t contagious and the child is good at self-care, do not mind send in the child to school. Getting into a playful and busy environment will help the child recover soon. The trick to killing fever is to forget the condition.

Have an eye on the surrounding:

You will have to stay a little watchful if your child falls sick. Take care of the surrounding and if the climate is too cold remember to turn on the warmer and help the child feel better. Do not take the child to polluted place and areas that might possibly be contaminated. Since the kid hasn’t recovered yet, it might worsen the situation.

4 Ways to Handle a Newborn Baby

Most of us find it pretty much hard to handle a baby. If you are a first-time mom or a nanny who hasn’t had the experience earlier, or if you are expected to babysit a newborn and if you are doing it for the first time, then handling and taking care of the babies aren’t quite easy. There are a lot of things that go into taking care of the baby. The person has to understand few important factors to take care of a newborn baby. So here we are listing 4 important things that help you handle a baby with ease.

Newborn Baby

Keep yourself clean:

Babies are delicate and almost clean all the time. Their intestine is very sensitive to whatever goes in. Whenever you are going to take care of a newborn baby, make sure that you wash your hands to keep yourself clean. Anything that is unclean can cause adverse effects on the child without any delay. So make sure that you keep yourself clean and tidy before handling the baby. Always carry a hand sanitizer and a good number of soft tissues to make sure to look good before you touch the baby.

Find a comfortable position:

It is important to note that a newborn isn’t comfortable in all hands, except for the mother. In other cases, if you are going to handle the baby, hold the baby in a comfortable position, comfortable as in for the baby. Also when you carry the baby or sway the baby in order to help it sleep, make sure you are holding the head and the neck of the baby intact. The head and the neck of the newborn is still soft and have not reached the full grown stage until then the baby’s head has to be held with caution.

Understanding the newborn’s language:

Unless you are the child’s mother, in most other cases people find it hard to understand the trouble of the newborn and what it is trying to understand what the baby is crying for and what is it trying to communicate.  However, if you stay with the baby for more than a day or two, or once you understand the sleeping habits of the baby and the daily routine of the baby, you will be able to find out what the baby is trying to communicate when it cries.

Always carry a kit:

Babies are not like adults. They cannot get themselves accustomed to a new surrounding so easily. Also, they are newborns, and their body must suddenly function a different from the usual. Having a baby in your hands and looking for help is not possible. So always carry a kit with everything that you need to take care of the baby. Remember to carry baby napkins, soft tissues, wet wipes, towels, suck and something that the baby can play with and most importantly something to drink. Mothers are also expected to be prepared to feed their kids anywhere if need raises.

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