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A responsive parent is the one who is keen to listen to a child’s needs and also note and respond to his signs. It will require you to be very patient and humble in order to practice this approach. Scientifically, being humble to your child will emotionally change his behavior as opposed to frequent punishments that harden him more. This means that he will voluntarily change his bad behavior, relieving you from much headache that comes while trying to correct him. From the articles under the tag archieve Responsive Parenting, you will learn how to become a responsive parent scientifically, its importance and also how it will affect your child.

A Guide to a Baby’s Developmental Milestones: 1 to 6 Months

in Growth and Development
A Month by Month Guide to Developmental Milestones
After birth, babies tend to grow at an amazing speed and rate.

After birth, babies tend to grow at an amazing speed and rate. Besides physical and emotional growth, a baby also learns to master a variety of skills and experiences different kinds of achievements. As this research explains, “By convention, these neurodevelopmental ‘laws’ or sequences often are described in terms of the traditional developmental milestones.” This article…

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Why Sunlight Exposure Is Beneficial for Your Newborn

in Newborn Care
Sunlight Exposure is Beneficial for Your Newborn
Sunlight Exposure is Beneficial for Your Newborn

Direct sunlight is very important for all living organisms because it affects their growth and development. Sunlight—and exposure to early morning sunlight in particular—helps the skin receive beneficial nutrients like vitamin D, which plays an important role in maintaining one’s health and vitality. As part of responsive parenting, pregnant women should get adequate sunlight exposure…

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Does My Baby Have Gas or Colic?

in Health Issues - Baby
Gas or Colic…Which One Does Your Baby Have And How to Find Relief
Gas or Colic…Which One Does Your Baby Have And How to Find Relief

While gas can cause discomfort and pain in babies, colic is more intense. Colic in babies causes prolonged crying episodes that may be associated with severe abdominal pain. Gas, on the other hand, is a general term, and it can be a symptom of colic. Gas versus Colic Colic generally makes its appearance in the…

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Potty Training and Your Baby’s Brain: Responsive Parenting

in Potty Training
Potty Training and Your Baby’s Brain: What to Expect and How to Do Responsive Parenting!
Potty Training and Your Baby's Brain

Potty training is an important developmental milestone that marks a child’s relative independence. Yet, potty training is daunting for parents as well as for children because it involves establishing a routine, creating good habits, enforcing discipline, and being patient. Responsive parenting helps parents and children achieve success.  Since children’s personalities and physical abilities differ, potty…

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