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Babble Talk: Why Caring Responses Make A Difference (1-12 Month)

Babies communicate with their parents and caregivers in many ways. Responding to your baby’s cues in a positive way will help you create a bond that will last a lifetime. This bond impacts everything from emotional development to brain growth.

Attachments:

Give Your Child Wings

Tantrums Happen

References:

Gianino, A., & Tronick, E. Z. (1988). The mutual regulation model: The infant’s self and interactive regulation and coping and defensive capacities. In T. M. Field, P. M. McCabe & N. Schneiderman (Eds.), Stress and coping across development (pp. 47-68). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Sumner, G., & Spietz, A. (Eds.). (1994). Ncast caregiver/parent-child interaction feeding manual. Seattle, WA: NCAST.