There are several voice selective regions in the brain that affect the mood of your baby and impact his ability to process faces. It also enhances the social communication capabilities of your little baby. At this point, your child builds the skill of connecting voices and faces.
What you need to know
Every child develops a neural finger print of his mother’s voice and with this ability, he can make a connection between the mother’s voice and her face. Conversing and encouraging your baby to converse is essential to make sure that your little one is able to make this connection quickly. It is necessary to read out bedtime stories to your baby or else, simply engage in conversations.