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The journey of a child’s growth and development is an enjoyable one for every mother. Mothers learn so many things through their kids. We also forecast the wellness of our beloved little one positively, and we are motivated to change our lifestyle accordingly for their well being.
The journey till the destination is joyful, but also sort of a puzzle. From the time the pregnancy is confirmed, the development of the beautiful bump till the time mothers see their little ones jump; everything is miraculous. A mother seeing her baby’s cute little face is the most spiritual moment of motherhood. Therefore, from the time the pregnancy is confirmed, we should do everything that brings about growth and development in the baby. We should talk with the baby as a friend, and introduce him/her to positive behaviour and happiness.
After the child is born, we should be a silent spectator and a gentle teacher. We must observe everything that surrounds the baby, keep the positive ones and eliminate the negative ones. Children are introduced to the world through us, and therefore, we must put forth our support and encouragement forever.
As the child crosses each milestone, we enjoy their crawling, whispering, talking and walking. We take each stage as a proud moment. We must also give them the space to develop as long as they follow moral etiquette, which must also be taught at a young age. We should monitor children, and also capture and share the little ones’ development as a memory. These memories are a reminder of strength, hope, and in a way, the little one’s victory in life.
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