E sega tiko ni macala

E na dua na vuli levu ko na sotava enai matai ni macawa ni bula vakai tubutubu.

E sega walega ga ni ka vou na tiko ni gone vou e vale,ko na vulica talega evuqa na veisau ni veika e gadreva na gone lailai.Ka na taura toka e dua na gauna me tarai cake na kena gauni sala.E na via drerde no na veiqaravi vua na gone vou ni na kovuta tiko e 24 na aua ni dua na siga ka na sega soti kina ni levu na nona gauna ni moce.

www.raisingchildren.org is a website with useful information about what to expect and how to look after yourself so you can look after your baby.
Check out this video for some tips for the first 6 weeks.

 

Ai matai ni kalawani nomudrau veikilai kei na gone

Raica iko (Look at you), Aroha Atu, Aroha Mai ha, ai matai ni DVD e vakarautaka na Counties Manukau kei Auckland Univeisti of Technology me laurai kina ni gone ea rawa ni veimaliwai ka veivosaki kei keda ni se qai sucu.

Na DVD oqo e rawa ni vukea mo kila na gauna vinaka mo keveta kina na gone, me rawa ni drau veirai mata,ni sa I koya oqori na veika e gadrevi ena matai ni vica na macawa ni nona bula..

Ni sa tubu cake jiko mai na gone,sa na tekivu mo drau dau veitalanoa ka kila na rorogo ni domomu.Dau vosa vua ia kevaka o vosataka tale na veimataqali vosa eso,vakayagataka talega.

Tagitagi

Na dau qaravi ira na gone tagitagi e rawa ni vakavuna na loma taqaya,oca se veilecayaki ni nomu bula.

E nai matai ni vica na siga ni nona bula na gone,e dau bau dredre sara me da kila se cava e via tukuna tiko ena gauna era tagi kina,e ra duidui tu na veimataqali tagi.

Na nona tagi vakalevuna gone e rawa ni taura toka me tolu(3) ki na va(4) na macawa ,ka sa na qai malumu sobu mai.E na dua na gauna e rawa ni tagi vakalevu na gone se vakanenene me rauta me rua(2) na aua ena dua na siga.

E vuqa oqo ena yaco tiko ena yakavi siga se yakavi lailai-oya na gauna sa vakarau me moce ka sa na vakacudrucudru ka na rawa ni sucu vakalalai kina.

E rauta ni ruasagavulu na pasede (20%) na gone era na vakabebe ka dau tagitagi vakabalavu,vakabibi ena yakavi.

E  bau vakavu loma ocaoca ni ra tagi vakalevu se vakawasoma na gone.

Na vuna e sega so ni matata baleta ni sega ni levu na vakadidike ni oqori e vakavuna nai tubutubu se nakita me vakayacora vua na gone.

Na tagi e rawa ni kenai balebale ni via sucu, ia kevaka e se qai sucu oti,sa dodonu mo na vakaraica se cava e gadreva me vaka veisau ni diaper,mosi ( kete,daliga se bati) se e sa oca.

Vakasaqara na veivuke

Kenai I otioti,e bibi ka dodonu me kilai ni sega ni rawarawa na veiqaravi vakai tubutubu ena I matai ni macawa.E gadrevi kina ke rawa ni o kerea na nodratouveivuke na lewe ni vuvale, se mo wasea na nomu gagadre vua e dua o kila vakavinaka.E na dau

gadrevi na veivuke kei na veitokoni e na gauna oqori ka kakua ni rere se madua mo taro

Tabaka na yacadra na tamata e volai toka me rawa ni ko vukei kia

 

Content provided by Dr Denise Guy

Dr Denise Guy is a Child Psychiatrist who has worked in Infant Mental Health [IMH] in Australia and New Zealand for almost three decades and has recently become the President of the New Zealand Affiliate of the World Association of IMH [WAIMH].  Denise has been very fortunate to have worked with Counties Manukau DHB as Clinical Advisor to the “Look at You, Aroha Atu, Aroha Mai” DVD project for parents, whanau and professionals. It has been a privilege for her to work with the families and professionals involved in this project.

Based in Wellington, she is a Trustee of the Incredible Families Charitable Trust which focuses on the early years with the delivery of evidence based interventions and training.