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All stages of a baby’s growth are beautiful, and one of them is crawling. This is where the real fun begins! After all it is a learning phase not only for baby, but for the whole family. When your baby starts crawling you should know that before crawling, baby begins to be able to turn on his own. Continue reading “What to know about baby’s crawling” »

The birth is over and now all that’s left is to bring your little one home. But ‘sleeping like a baby’ will be a phrase applied more to baby than to you as your sleep will be on the rampage.
Continue reading “Sleep patterns of the newborn baby” »

As baby grows, play also accompanies him. Play helps baby to be stimulated and is a way of learning about his surroundings. And above all, it stimulates his senses. Continue reading “Play with baby by stimulating his senses” »

You are certainly anxious for your baby to say his first words. The excitement of waiting is usually great and, although it is not possible to force a baby to talk, the reality is that when baby is ready he will say his first words. Continue reading “Tips to help your baby talk” »

Babies’ sleep is most often a challenge for families and the regression of the baby’s sleep is often a topic addressed in paediatric consultations. A newborn baby needs to sleep for several hours, around 16-20h in a day, but for nutritional reasons and immaturity of the sleep cycles, sleep is divided into periods of 1-4h, after which he is awake for feeding and care. Continue reading “Regression of baby’s sleeping hours: what to do?” »

Babywearing is gaining more and more fans, but the truth is that this transport technique is the most traditional there is (African mums are experts on this subject!). A few decades ago there were no pushchairs and mums needed to have their hands free to work, but they still wanted to have their offspring close to them. How to reconcile the two? Babywearing. Continue reading “The Benefits of Babywearing” »

As they live with their baby, parents get to know him better and better and learn to distinguish the moments when the baby is more active and alert from those when he is more passive, tired and even irritated. Continue reading “States of Consciousness in Newborns” »

Social awareness is a beneficial feeling for those who practice it and for the surrounding community. If stimulated in individuals while still children, it helps to form the behaviour and worldview that will develop in adulthood. Continue reading “What is social awareness and how it influences your child?” »

Is your child very shy? Does he/she has little sociability and difficulty in expressing him/herself? Be aware that none of these characteristics is definitive. Fortunately, human beings have the capacity to mature emotionally, adapt and progress. However, they must have the tools to do so. When we talk about theatre at school, for example, we are talking about an activity that goes beyond acting. Continue reading “Understand the importance and role of theatre at school” »

Before explaining the development of empathy in childhood, let us situate the origin of this term. The origin of the concept “empathy” derives from what the philosophy of the Scottish Illustration called “sympathy”. David Hume, in his treatise on human nature, and Adam Smith describe it as a natural means of communication. Continue reading “The development of empathy in childhood” »