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There are also infant failures

Parenting begins with "Fetus" and continues with "Baby Raising". Nowadays we hear more and more about the spiritual life of babies - and even fetuses.

For many, it would have been inconceivable, because it was accepted in the Middle East and in scientific circles that the infant world is thought to be confused, confused, and meaningful to learning and development. Decades of infancy have led to increasingly surprising results in infant research, and the concept of a competent fetus has evolved. What does this mean?

They do more than we think

Studies have shown that human children are born with a number of psychic functions, such as perception, memory, study, and significant capacity. Even a few newborns are capable of mimicking facial expressions. They recognize and comfortably receive songs and sayings heard in the fetus. They distinguish familiar sounds. They prefer to see colorful, contrasting things than simple things. It is very good to be able to distinguish between odors. Periods spent awake are spent exploring the world.

Stubborn babies

Given the above, it is easy to miss the opportunity to develop the child's intellectual abilities from an early age. But we can still relate to infant knowledge as an opportunity to be ready for communication and communication from an early age. These competences indicate that in addition to caring for the physical needs of the infant, the infant's psychological needs must also be taken into account, taking into account his or her innate temperament and psychological characteristics.

It's easy to miss out on the opportunity to develop the child's intellectual abilities from an early age

There are "baby-raising" errors

Parenting mistakes made during infancy, infantile infirmities can disrupt a child's healthy mental development. And whatever the unwitting counselors say, it is not the greatest danger at this age to "comfort" the child! We need to be much more afraid that the baby learns that he cannot count on others in trouble. This is a vital number, in this connection the development of socialization begins to develop. If the mother is able to "co-operate well," she will lay the foundation for her child's harmonious emotional life, the ability to compose, and the confidence that helps one endure the hardships of life.

Education begins with tiredness

Fortunately, nine months of promise is a great course for the mother. This is the time when the expectant mother learns to accept, pay attention, "compassionate". What is also rooted in the Nephite is the fact that even unborn babies are affected by "outward" events. During the quest you can begin to get to know each other, "learn". The mother can learn the nature of her child: afraid, distressed, excited or possibly scared. Practical mothers often report that they have shown their way through childbearing. It can also be a teaching exercise: you can teach the daily routine, the agenda, when to sleep, when to wake up. You have to be careful about what you might hear from your first child: "I'm having a little fun now, and once the baby is born, I can't even live a night." If the child "learns" in the busy evenings of the fetus, he or she will also provide eventful nights for his parents.


But it is not only mothers who have nine months of school. Almost everywhere in the world you can observe the customs, prohibitions, taboos of the "prophetic father". It is strange, of course, why an "indulgent" Indian father cannot go into an unknown forest plague, but it is easy to realize that all such rules have important universal paternal responsibilities: the responsibility of a family lottery, the renunciation. The father also has to be "worn" because he is part of the family birth.


In the light of baby research, it seems increasingly necessary to conceive of a human helpless with innate abilities, characteristics, and temperament to replace the image of the helpless infant. A child is not just an "idea" but a "task". Our "job" is to accept Him and to partner with Him to become a capable, loving, connected, and capable human being.Kahlil Gibran: In the Prophetic Book, please describe:
      "Your children are not your children.

      They are the sons and daughters of the fun of life itself.

      Patents arrive, but not you.

      And you have a fortune, not your possessions.

      You can give them love, but you cannot give your thoughts. Because they have their own thoughts… "