Attachment is a developmental process that takes place in the first two years of a child’s life. It develops through a two-way relationship between child and caregiver.
Your child’s first relationships with the people around him provide the foundation for his healthy social and emotional development. This section discusses stages of your baby’s emotional development and how to help him build skills that allow him to interact with the world with confidence and joy.
The food your baby eats has yin and yang properties that affect his balance, which influences his physical and mental growth and development.
The quality of the food your baby eats can affect his brain structure both chemically and physiologically, and it can impact his behavior and feelings.
Here are some principles to help observe and understand your baby in order to better nurture and guide him.
Knowledge about your baby’s emotional developmental stages helps you mindfully provide for his needs and wants. This article provides some general milestones of emotional development from birth to 36 months.
How to give your child the support and freedom necessary to grow, to learn, to take responsibility, and to reach his full potential.
Some questions to ask yourself as you look for a childcare provider for your baby.
Ideas to help you encourage your child to maintain a habit of diaphragmatic (belly) breathing, and discourage thoracic (chest) breathing.
Learning to use the breath as a tool to regulate energy and to cultivate a state of awareness can help bring about incalculable benefits to the health and well-being of both you and your child.