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  • Hayley Carlin

    1. Social-Emotional Development. 2. ED2. The young infant develops a bond with both family and non-family members. This pin contains the importance of holding and bonding with infants. Also, this pin contains an adorable rhyme to say to the infant.

  • Tori Blanchard

    Readers Reveal: Surprising Ways Life Changes When You Become a Parent

  • Olga Beauty

    Cuddle and touch are vitally important for babies. Perform Holding the Baby activity and say warm and gentle rhyme as often as possible. The activity also helps newborn babies get awareness of their body parts: http://developachild.net/holding-the-baby/

  • Kristyn Jewell

    Taking care of yourself after baby arrives.

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