Everyday Times
Volume 1, Issue 5

Social Butterfly Babies

Babies blossom with plenty of social interaction

Faces fascinate infants and toddlers. Right from the start, opportunities to attend to facial expressions and the sounds of voices are crucial elements in an infant's healthy development. Here is where speech, communication skills, and the ability to interact with others begin and grow.

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Picture of mother and infant
Getting mom's attention is a fun way of getting a gentle touch.
It's never too early to help brother and dad build a sandcastle.
Picture of kids building a sandcastle
Picture of mom and child playing pat-a-cake
Siblings of all ages can get baby sister to reach and play.
Picture of baby sis and older siblings
Picture of child swimming with dad.
Listening to encouraging words while taking a dip in a swimming pool.
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