Interesting facts about baby development! (0-2 year olds)
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👶Why is it important to set routines for my baby?
🧠Babies thrive in a predictable world, and for good reason -every day is filled with new learning experiences and excitement. This is why getting your baby into a routine will provide a sense of safety, comfort, and trust. ✅Another important factor to it is that babies don’t understand the concept of time yet, so they organize their lives based on the events that happen during the day. ⏰When things happen in the same order, babies have a better understanding of their world!
👶 Crawling is an important milestone! But how and when a baby starts crawling is different for every child. Don't worry if your baby is taking longer than expected! ⠀ 👩⚕️Keep in mind that your little one is not programmed to crawl. 👆The important part is that he coordinates both sides of his body and uses each arm and leg equally. ⠀ ❤️ Find activities to help your baby learn to craw here. Download Kinedu for FREE!
Reasons why you should let your child be barefoot
🦶The highly sensitive nerves in our feet are one of the most sensory-rich parts of the human body, with over 200,000 nerve endings. For this very reason they make us safer, we become more aware of where we’re putting our sensitive feet, and what we are stepping on. 👶As babies learn to walk, they are used to having limited movement and are used to having a barrier We have more resources for parents with babies on our Kinedu app
Stages of newborn reflexes
⠀1️⃣ MONTH OLD: Your baby will clench their fists because they still feel most comfortable staying in a position similar to the one they had in their mother’s womb 2️⃣ MONTHS OLD: Even though the mobility of your baby’s fingers are still limited, they will keep their hands clenched and start to move their arms in front of them. ⠀ ⠀ 3️⃣ MONTHS OLD: Your baby may try to grab objects voluntarily ⠀ 4️⃣ MONTHS OLD: Your baby will start to spend less time with their hands clenched.
Playing is nature’s own formula for learning.
Research shows that meaningful playtime during early years sticks with children for the rest of their lives. 👶 Your little ones are biologically hardwired to play. It’s how they explore and learn about the world. 🔍 For example, when your baby grabs a ball, they build fine motor skills. If you feel like you're getting stuck with finding new playtime activities, we have 1,800+ available on our app (see link in bio!). Have you enjoyed playtime with your baby today? 💓