Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Regular affection with newborns leads to healthy development

Here is some great stuff for kids.  Especially babies!

It has been categorically demonstrated time and time again that by physically caring for a newborn baby, in particular holding a baby's head, that physical contact helps promote healthy brain development in the newborn.

So, next time that baby is crying, don't be afraid to pick them up, hug them and sing them songs.  You are not only caring for the needs of your child, you could be contributing to the development of a future rocket scientist or brain surgeon! 

Who wouldn't want one of those in the family.

"Hey Mrs. Jones, can Billy come out and play?"

"I'm sorry Tommy, Billy is doing his homework right now... on the moon."

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