Don’t think that as long as the baby has enough to eat and drink, in fact, when the baby comes to the world, it has all kinds of psychological activities as a person, and they also need full warmth and full sense of security. In fact, the part of the baby’s brain that controls emotions is not so simple, it is much more complex than a simple random response. As a parent, do you really understand the baby’s mind?
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1. The emotional development of infants is like a puzzle
Sometimes the baby will burst into tears. If you hug him, he will be quiet again. When you see his mother’s face, the baby will show a pure smile and dance in the air. Baby’s emotional development is like a puzzle. He seems to be able to entertain himself and do something unexpected at any time. You can see a four month old baby turning over on its own, and you can hear a few months old baby babbling, but can you see or hear the baby’s fear, anger or love?
As long as you give your baby more attention, you can see his joy or fear. In fact, when babies are born, half of the parts of their brain used to express their feelings have been established. The baby can already recognize other people’s facial expressions, for example, when you smile at the baby, he will know “mom is happy to see me.”
As the baby grows up, his feelings become more and more complex, and he can express them in a more complex way. This emotional development of the baby is as important as the first word he says. That’s because a child’s healthy emotional development is an important basis for behavior and intellectual development.
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Page 1: baby’s emotional development is like a puzzle
Page 2: 0-4 months: eager to contact you
Page 3: 0-6 months: longing for your smile
Page 4: 6-12 months: most afraid of you leaving him