The development of the baby’s brain is a very important process. It is not just about how it grows and develops, but also about what happens to it as we grow up.
Babies have a lot of active brain cells, which means that their brains are always learning new things. That is why they learn so quickly and are able to develop new skills so quickly too. The baby’s brain needs stimulation in order to grow and develop properly.
A baby’s brain develops in such a way that it is constantly making connections. There are 4 thoughts that babies have, most common thoughts from babies.
1) “I’m hungry” – The baby wants to eat and feels the need for food in their stomach.
2) “I want to be held” – The baby feels uncomfortable from being on their own and needs someone to hold them.
3) “I’m tired” – The baby is feeling sleepy or has just woken up from a nap.
4) “I want attention” – The baby feels neglected or ignored and needs some attention from the caregiver(s).
Most children are not as mature as adults and can be more susceptible to the power of reverse psychology. In this article, I am going to discuss some of the ways that you can use reverse psychology on children on future posts.