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MILK AND WATER, YOUR BABY'S BEST SUMMER DIET
By Idah McGlone Gibson.
Don't feed the baby every time
it cries. Nothing -vvill sooner up
set its stomach.
One of the most important
things in the care of the baby in
summer is the regularity with
which it is fed.
Keep the milk as cold as possi-
Well Fed and Contented.
ble. If you have no ice, wrap a
cloth wrung out in cold water
'around the bottle and set in a
draft, and keep the cloth wet.
Never put the baby's milk un
der your pillow so it will be
If it should cry between feed
ings, give it cool water, but don't
feed it water with a spoon. Put
it in a clean bottle, the nipple of
which has been bpiled, to kill any
germs, and let the baby have its
drinking water this way.
If the baby is constipated and
is five months old or oyer, give it
one hour before feeding in the
morning a tablespoonful of water
mixed with the same quantity of
orange juice. If its Rowels are