At this age, your little one's attachment patterns are evolving radically. Along with that, their behavioral instincts too are shaping up.
What you need to know:
This is mainly the stage when your sweetheart's emotional responsiveness begins developing, and their sense experience will also have a huge influence on their behaviour.
In general, at this point, your child tends to display noticeable differences in behavior, which also have a significant genetic influence. His threshold for expressing distress is a temperament factor. This distress is a central component of attachment theory. It follows that your child's temperament has a role in the development of attachment behaviours.