5 Secrets To Raise A Smart Baby

5 Secrets To Raise A Smart Baby

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Every parent wants their baby to be smart. Smart may be intelligent, clever, active, dynamic, studious, understanding, sociable so on and so forth. A baby who has been given a favorable physical, psychological, social and spiritual base has got every opportunity of becoming a smart baby. According to scientists, there is potential in every baby that is born in normal social and physical conditions to become smart as he develops and interacts with his environment.

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As a parent you might be looking out for several ways to make your little one smart or you want your baby to be really proactive in all activities. So here are a few amazing things you can try out to make your child really smart

Bond with the baby

During the early years, there is rapid development in the brain of young babies. Naturally, all attempts should be made to see that the head area of the baby is safe. If the brain is not safe and brain structures are not properly developed, the baby cannot learn at the required speed. It is important to establish your baby’s sense of security along with proper nutrition.

Physically being nearer to the baby having skin-to-skin contact helps build that sense of safety, as does face time, baby massage, talking to your baby, and wearing your baby.Holding your baby in your arms or embracing him tightly to give him the warmth of your body is very reassuring actions on your part that help in cementing your bond with the baby.

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It is really a challenge to manage the house hold chorus along with child rearing. These are called “emotionally charged moments.” What the mother could do is that to take the support of the partner or any other member of the family to overcome problems of sleep deprivation and social isolation.  

Emotional bonding is a great tool for raising a smart baby. Babies are hungry for this attachment that they find in their siblings, parents, and all others in the close environment. Once they are sure that they have enough mental and emotional support, they start to exhibit confident behavior in their interaction with things and people. Emotional insecurity leads to inner weakness that becomes  visible whenever the baby has to deal with strangers or when he has to spend some time without his parents or siblings around him.