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MY LOVABLE INFANTS AND TODDLERS – WHEN YOUR PRECIOUS INFANTS AND TODDLERS LEARN TO LOVE

Love actually comes before the baby is born while they are still
in the womb. Baby can hear, hearing is established  by the 
seventh month. (So it is important to talk and even sing to 
them.) They also can  feel, and even smell their mothers 
fragrance.Baby can also adopt their mothers emotional state.
Your babystarts to feel a connection with you from the
beginning.

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"Though" coming months you will have an exciting adventure
watching your little tyke grow and develop. 
But no baby can do it alone. Loving contact with others is
essential.

When Your Precious Infants and Toddlers – Learn to Love From the Moment Your Infant is Born, They Feel Attachment to There Parents

At a very early age, babies have the emotional capabilities to
show feeling. They form a deep loving bond. Babies bond with
people thatare regular caregivers. People giving care and 
affection like parents, daycare workers, and grandparents.


 Bonding comes in many forms, some are:
  • Talking to them
  • Caressing they’re little cheeks, arms, and legs
  • Holding the baby and cuddling them
  • Skin to skin contact
  • Comfort and affection teaches the newborn to trust the 
parents. Human touch is critical. When a loving adult hugs the 
child, the little one relaxes and feels safe. When an infant is
held and stoked, the brain releases critical 
hormones that spur growth.
WAYS YOU TELL IF YOUR BONDING IS SUCCESSFUL
At the beginning baby's signs of affection is very subtle but
they will be their.

Below are some subtle sign:

Imitating is said to be a form of flattery, or so we have
heard.  

Well it is true for babies too.  Tying to mimic your
actions is one they show their love.

Babies know your particular scent, and will open their 
mouth to breathe in you fragrance.  That is a good way
you have of knowing you bonding is going well.

When baby settles close in your arms, that is showing 
their trust in you.  Cuddling is probably the best 
indication that your little one is totally in love with
you.  It is one of the sweetest things we can experience.

Your baby will turn his head when hearing the sound of
your voice, knowing mommy is around.  Recognizing you is
another sign of a successful bonding.

Babies show their emotions on their faces, they are unable
to fake their feeling.  If the baby is happy to see you
they will perk up, and their eyes light up.

The bond between mother and child can grow stronger when
the infant look deeply into your eyes, and you should do
the same

Also, nursing or bottle feeding is a primary way to bond.
By cradling your baby and nourishing her you're letting 
her know she's loved and protected.  In fact the 
connection you forge during feeding is as vital to your 
infant's well-being as the nourishment benefit of food its 
self.

All of your loving care comes back to you, when baby
starts reaching out to you or starts babbling.

Bonding sometimes takes a little longer, and that's okay.
Having a newborn can be difficult sometime.  We should 
continue working on developing the bond of love.  It can
not be forced, just be patient and loving.


A HEALTHY INFANT IS BORN WITH ALL THAT'S NEEDED FOR A 
HAPPY AND PRODUCTIVE LIFE  




 
That little head contains  billions of brain cells eager to get 
to work, ready to develop the connections necessary for
everything that child will do - from that first cry to that 
first step, to that first diploma, to a lifetime of loving and
socializing withothers.  But no baby can do it alone.  Loving
contact with another human is essential.  When a child gets that 
all-important nurturing care early on, the young brain develops
at an astonishing rate.

The first few years matter most.  A baby's brain is so active 
during the first months that as many as 1 million new neural 
connections are forming every second.  The brain is busier than 
it will be at anyothertime. In fact, 60% of a baby's energy
goes into brain development! By the third year, a healthy brain
will have formed one thousandbaby receives loving one-on-one 
care, responsivecare.  Simpleknowing how to teach caregivers to 
provide loving responsive care to the children in their the 
children charge is the key ingredient.

Section - A healthy baby is born with all that's needed for a 
happy and productive live.

Was published by -  baby's - brain - OneSky)

(Website - https://onesky.org/the-situation/a-babys-brain/)

 

BABY SHOWS SIGNS OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

 

Sometime between 4 and 10 weeks (1 to 3 months) babies
start to smile spontaneously rather than by reflex .  
Baby's first social smile is one of the most wonderful things 
in the world.  Social smiles are an important part of their
development, and a great sign you have bonded with your child.

Babies might not know how to talk, but will try to

 

communicate with her cooing and babbling. They maybe telling
you a story or about her day. Talk with her, not just baby talk.
The fact that baby wants to talk to you is a sure sign that she 
loves you. Around 2 months your settling into a routine, baby 
will reward you with a glimmer of her personality. Parenthood
WHEN THEY ARE AROUND 8 OR 9 MONTHS

Around 8 or 9 months is when babies start demonstrating
affection for their peers. That provided they spend lots of 
time with other little ones. They light up when seeinga friend.
Now that she is a little older she may pull away to signal
that she wants to exercise her little body on the floor, or
roll over, or start to crawl. 


ABOUT NINE MONTHS TO A YEAR OLD THEY WILL BECOME TODDLERS 


Playing by their self, walking, and kissing. Toddlerhood is a 
prime time for making friends, having memory to recall,
enjoyable experiences, and starting to understand empathy, and 
playing with peers. Help children practice social behavior, 
such as cooperation, sharing, and kindness. 


MY LOVABLE INFANTS AND TODDLERS HAVE HAD A LONG JOURNEY 


The lovable babies have come a long way. Learning, growing and 
developing, from newborn through one year, plus some, while 
learning to LOVE. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Whether their dragging their favorite blanket down the stairs 
or talking to their baby doll, their showing how cool, he thinks
you are by trying to imitate you. When infants and toddlers are 
exposed to more words by 18 months tend to have a faster brain 
processing speed. How quickly the child develops into a social
creature. She is a growing, thriving, and learning to LOVE.



 THEN THEIR ALL GROWN UP

 

 

 

 

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