Learning about the way that kids grow up is very interesting. The complexity of how a child goes from being a zygote to a functioning adult in just a few years is fascinating. There is so much going on beneath the surface of infancy! Babies are far more complex than people think. Nurturing and helping a child grow up involves meeting a very specific set of needs. There is a lot more to infancy than meets the eye. Good parents learn everything they can about how their children are developing, even in the early stages of infancy.
Did you already know that there are three hundred bones in an infant's body? Fully grown adults only have two hundred and six bones in their bodies. This makes it sound like the bones disappear but the truth is that many of the bones that are separate at birth fuse together into larger bones as children grow up. It is a commonly held belief that the fusing of the bones is what causes adults to lose some of their flexibility-because the individual bones can no longer move independently of each other. If you stop to think about it, it does make some sense: when was the last time you could put your feet in your mouth?
Did you know that not all babies are born toothless? Other babies don't start getting their teeth in until well after their first birthdays.
Most parents dread the teething process. Don't spend a lot of energy worrying about how your child's teething schedule compares to other children. There is no guarantee when it comes to childhood development even in a family with lots of kids-your baby will grow at the pace that nature has intended for him and him alone.
Everybody knows that babies use crying to communicate their need for service or attention but did you know that the baby does not cry real tears until he or she is almost a month old? Tears contain stress induced hormones. This is one of the reasons that stress makes people cry: the body forces the stress induced hormones out of the body to calm itself down. This hormone is not one that gets created while the baby is in the womb. Sometimes real tears take a few weeks to show up because it takes the baby a while to begin producing the stress hormone. Other babies can take a few months to begin producing tears when they cry. There are new discoveries being made constantly about babies and infant development. What we know to be true right now could be debunked tomorrow! Given how fast our knowledge expands, is it surprising that so many people think that a person's infancy is incredibly confusing? Thankfully, there are lots of ways to keep up with the research and discoveries. Babies are more complex than most people think. Babies are creatures with a decidedly intact set of needs. Learning how to communicate with your child is something every mother must do. It is important that you learn all you can about your child's development. You'll be a better parent if you take the time to learn all about your baby.
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