Bonding with your baby is a crucial part of early childhood development. This parent-child interaction affects the way your child develops mentally, physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially, and sets the stage for for you child to experience and express emotions and develop healthy relationship throughout life.
Bonding with your sweetie is intuitive—and a joy. “Attachment isn’t about acting the ‘correct’ way,” says Daniel Messinger, Ph.D., a child-psychology professor at the University of Miami. “It’s really about watching her and responding sensitively.” So if you’re both having fun, you’re doing it right!
An article on Parents.com offers 30 Little Ways to Bond With Your Baby.
“As long as you’re having fun and feeling happy around your kid, he’ll feel happy and safe, and bonding will naturally occur.”
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