Baby Senses Development with Toys
Although many people believe that babies between six and twelve months of life are still unaware of their environment, it has been confirmed that they normally reflect what they are feeling through their facial expressions, smile and during the constant crying. This is the way they communicate with their parents, siblings and others, and the main reason why they normally cry when an unfamiliar person try to hold them; their sense of smells is still developing at this age as they are still discovering new aromas, scents and flavors through food. Their sight is getting better little by little and by the time they are 6 months they can see the difference between a sad and a happy face and at 12 months old they start perceiving different colours.
Should You Left Your Baby Cry
Baby can express up to five different emotions when crying: fear, joy, surprise, anger and sadness. It is important to start paying attention of what they are trying to communicate and as a general rule parents should be careful not to respond to crying beyond of what it is really necessary, especially when your child is over six months. Learning their facial and vocal expressions is not an easy task but you will soon realize the reason why your baby is crying, you should not left your baby cry for long period of times but remember not to over do it, they will always cry and you don’t want to enhance the tears by teaching them to cry to get what they want – their emotional development will be based on the attention you give them and promoting positive feelings and capacities to the detriment of the negatives ones should be your priority.
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