The way you cuddle and coo, cradle and rock your baby is unique to you and special to your baby. You’ness can’t be programmed like a jazzed-up electronic rocker! These digitized mechanical movements cannot replace the intimate body cues taking place between you and your baby.
Archive for November, 2010
Babies smile in response to smiles and also prompt smiles in others. In the first two months your baby can focus on your face best when in your arms from a distance of 8-12 inches. In everyday interactions,
What babies do most in the first year is to move and explore what they can do with their body. A number of parents have told us
Amazing Babies Moving provides parents with a new way to bond with their baby. Parenting through Movement is a fun way to create a healthy start for a body-confident, expressive and motivated baby!