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While young children need to be exposed to different textures, sights and sounds, the most essential ingredient for brain development is a secure attachment to loving caregivers and loving interactions with them.​

​The research tells us that the quality and stability of a child’s human relationships in the early years lay the foundation for a wide range of later developmental outcomes that really matter: ​

​increased self-confidence​

strong sense of self ​

love of learning​

knowing the difference between right and wrong​

the ability to control impulses and resolve conflicts​

the ability to have respectful and meaningful future relationships​

the ability to empathise with others 

 

Little Humans Big Feelings!

It’s never too early to teach your baby that it’s okay to express emotions.

You can help validate their communication – often crying - in a way that builds vocabulary for emotions and strengthens your bond. 

Try saying, “It seems like you’re feeling overwhelmed/powerless/frustrated”

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