How To Make Your Baby Smart and Happy
Touching is very needed when it comes to babies. That is the reason why infants enjoy being held. One of the top researchers in Health and Human Development at one of the top universities in British Columbia stated, coming in contact with babies helps them to start identifying their limitations. Truth be told, there is proof to demonstrate how kids who were ignored and not touched or had no contact with their parents have issues knowing what their real limitations are. One Doctor stated even the straight forward movement of carrying a child upwards and placing them down is a significant touch for infants.
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Top researches specialized in Babies encourage all parents to make eye contact with their kids as much as possible. This is very needed as the kid will get to know who their parent is as well and make it easier for them to talk to you anytime they feel scared or are going through anything unpleasant in school… When your kids make eye contact with you, look back at them by talking or smiling so that they can feel you love them. This will draw them close to you and feel safe around you. Do not look at your kids with angry or stressed facial expressions. This will scare them away and make them depressed.
Communication -Say Positive things.
When you speak to your baby, you help them not only develop their brain and make them smart, but you also help boost their vocabulary even as babies. When a child is brought up in a home in which there is a lot of bad negative words said, even as babies they can adopt that behavior. And when they grow to a certain age, they will start communicating with people in the same way. Say positive things to your babies so that they can learn from you. Communication is very important when raising a kid. Always find some time to talk to your baby even if they don’t understand, they will read your facial expression. Research shows the number of words a kid studies by 3 years of age develops connection to the number of words spoken at the home.