Understand the expression of your babies and infants.
The first three years of life are known as a “critical period” in a child’s development. Indeed, his brain continues to improve, to learn, and to record the information that he will use for the rest of his life. The child’s actions that might appear to be stubbornness or even misconduct are in fact their natural way of learning cause and effect.
- For example, if you have a habit of only answering “No” or presenting an angry face every time your baby does something bad, he is likely to repeat the same thing to see if your reaction stays the same. . By varying your answer, he will notice that he will not always be able to get the answer he wants and will proceed otherwise.
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