Communicating with your baby: when to start to communicate with the child, rules, and communication error
Some parents believe that to communicate with the baby can start when he will be able to babble or even speak. This is not so. Educators and psychologists argue that to begin to communicate with the crumbs need much earlier and it is advisable to observe certain rules.
Children’s brains from birth, is committed to making every day to absorb as much information as possible. A lot of it goes through the hearing, including through communication with people close to him. Do not leave the baby alone with this big and strange world. Talk, explain, communicate, using the most active development of the child with interest and benefit for both of you.
Mom, I hear you!
In the first month after birth, the baby is usually completely focused on themselves and their new feelings. If nothing is troubling him, it will be a lot of sleep, and in the remaining time just to adapt to the outside world. Contact with the baby during this period are best supported through tactile sensations (soft stroking and motion sickness).
From the second month of life the baby begins to respond to the speech addressed to him and even tries to answer (gulit).
While his hearing is configured mainly to recognize the human voice, kid quite able to determine the tone of the voice and intonation Continue reading