We love to love on babies and having a sweet "gigglefest"... It's good for the soul and most importantly it's our way to tune into your child's development.
There's a genuine, simple, authentic connection being established. Babes and caregivers are naturally memorizing and mirroring each other in order to become proficient communicators.
Most importantly, these moments are your "firsts" two-way conversations...It's never too early to show your babe they are being heard by observing their movements, smiles, eye gaze, and reactions to their environment.
It's also important to observe and tune into your babe as they are responding to the world around them on their own. The information they share or show us when we are observing from afar can help guide us to be mindful and intentional with our shared moments.