Your Baby Emotes More Openly Now

Your toddler has now learnt the art of emoting. His emotions are now expressed both verbally and through actions. As a parent, you have to teach him exact ways to express his needs in various situations. Growing kids learn from their parents, so act as a perfect guide so that your baby grasps without any hassle.

What you need to know

The level of affection grows with age in young toddlers. Acknowledge your toddler’s demand when he wants you to sit close to him. His cuddles, snuggles or hugs are a positive indication of growing affection. Make sure your bond with your child is always escalating.

Your Baby Emotes More Openly Now

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