The Wonder Weeks: How to Stimulate Your Baby's Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps ... fussy phases into magical leaps forward.
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As a PhD student, Carolina de Weerth, proposed to replicate the ethological findings with four mother-infant dyads. If you have an infant at home, I highly encourage you to download it straight away—I think you’ll find it’s more than worth the real estate on your phone. That’s why we have added 77 unique games to our app that will help your child develop his new skills!
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by physical anthropologist Hetty van de Rijt and ethologist and developmental psychologist Frans Plooij. With each leap comes a drastic change in your baby’s mental development, which affects not only his mood, but also his health, intelligence, sleeping patterns, and the ‘three C’s’ (crying, clinging, and crankiness). Your unique personalized leap schedule shows when a leap starts and ends, and… it counts down for you.I used it to navigate the first 20 months of my son’s life and I’m currently using it with my second child, who’s nearing 3 months old. Healthy, stable families were selected because the aim was to "understand normal development before venturing into understanding pathology".
The Wonder Weeks - Apps on Google Play The Wonder Weeks - Apps on Google Play
Knowing exactly how they’re feeling helps me feel even closer to them and empowers me, as their mother, to be a support system as they adjust to their new skills and ways of perceiving the world. According to The Wonder Weeks—a bestselling book and popular mobile app—babies’ cognitive development follows a predictable timeline. For each leap we have added several games that you can do together with your child to help develop the matching skills.Everyone will probably be a little more tired for the next few days, but I’m excited to see his progress when the leap is over. They concluded that age-related regression periods do not exist and that infant development is chaotic, with wide individual variation. In other words, if your near-angelic infant is suddenly a wild beast set on avoiding sleep and keeping you glued to their side, they’re probably in the throes of a leap.