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    Help Your Baby’s Creativity Grow in the First Year

    Help Your Baby’s Creativity Grow in the First Year

    Creativity is our wonderful ability to combine things in a new way– to learn a fact, rule or a pattern –then to change things up and create something distinct! For example, we reshuffle musical notes to create a new song, body movements to create a new dance, or building blocks to create a new structure. Your baby’s creativity is “born” during the second half the first year, as he masters certain skills and starts experimenting with them. When he’s alone...

    Don’t Believe This Myth About Spoiling Your Baby

    Don’t Believe This Myth About Spoiling Your Baby

    Has anyone ever told you, “Responding every time your baby cries will spoil her?” Well, that’s simply not true! Studies show that repeatedly ignored cries can undermine an infant’s core confidence. This confidence—what child experts call attachment—is the glue that holds good families together. How to Build a Strong Bond from Day 1 Think of it this way: when friends ignore your phone calls, you may try again—but if you’re repeatedly spurned, you’ll eventually stop reaching out. Similarly, a baby...

    10 Big Surprises About Newborn Babies

    10 Big Surprises About Newborn Babies

    With village life in our past and the nuclear family in our present, many of us don’t have much experience with babies.  Even if we grew up with younger siblings or earned cash babysitting, we didn’t have the same kind of up-close-and-personal relationship a new parent has with their newborn baby. Here, we count down parents’ top 10 (not-always-so-cute) surprises about their little cuties. 10. Babies are born with red swollen labia or big-ballooned testicles (“That’s my boy!”) 9. Babies...

    When Does Discipline Begin for a Child?

    When Does Discipline Begin for a Child?

    So you want to know when it’s ok to begin disciplining your misbehaving munchkin? Discipline in its simplest forms can start as soon as 8 months of age. You’ll know it’s time when your once powerless little baby repeatedly slaps your face or pulls off your glasses…and laughs hysterically. The Happiest Toddler philosophy on discipline is different from what you’ll get from other parenting schools of thought. It all starts with thinking of yourself as your child’s ambassador. Your job...