Developing your Baby’s Senses

The first time my baby responded to her name was so exciting. I could now confirm that she could actually hear me. When you hold your baby close to you and sing a lullaby and he settles down to listen to you, there is a lot of stimulation going on. Your baby’s emotional, physical and intellectual development is most developed by a loving touch.

Your Baby's Senses

Early Childhood Brain Development

At birth, the brain is not completely mature. The parts of the brain that handle thinking and remembering, as well as emotional and social...
Newborn Behaviour

Identifying Infant Behaviour Cues

Behaviour cues refer to the signs that infants give to tell you what they need. Engagement Cues that your baby is ready to interact with...

Infant Attachment

Infant Attachment is the deep emotional attachment that your baby forms with you. This influences the later emotional, cognitive and social behaviour as they...

Cleft Lip and Palate

Approximately 1 in every 500 Kenyan children is born with a cleft lip and/or cleft palate.  This congenital condition may lead to difficulty breathing,...

Baby-Led Weaning

Baby-Led Weaning is an interesting concept of introducing solids that allows babies to feed themselves. There is no use of spoons as the baby...

Cuts and Scrapes

No matter how careful you’re as a parent, it’s impossible to protect your child from cuts and scrapes. Children are naturally adventurous and playful,...
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