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Baby Facts

Baby Facts

Babies are born with very poor vision but can recognize their mothers almost right away.
Babies are born before the skulls of the head are complete joined together.
Babies are born with a swimming reflex and can naturally hold there breath.  But they short lose this instinct.
Babies are always born with blue eyes, within a few moments of delivery their eye color can change.
Newborns usually double their weight by six months.
By the end of the first year, a newborn normally will triple their weight.
Playing classical music, especially Mozart, will increase their intelligence.
Reading to your child (at ANY age) will increase their knowledge.
Babies can communicate physically before they can verbally.  Subliminally, parents teach their babies some gestures like 'bye' waves, hugs, pointing and so forth.  Research shows that children and infants who use sign language show stronger lingual development.
Puzzles are not only fun, but they promote your child's development in a variety of ways.

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