Does it really matter how we treat babies?

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Post by nightwish » Wed Oct 03, 2007 12:35 pm

of course it's important, in the minute the baby born we have to treat him/her a good treatment, becaue he/she understands us and aware of what's going on around him/her, besides, from that moment he/she starts to perceive and absorb what he sees and hears. each day he/she learns aomething new and us who teach him/her.

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Post by YayuRahayu » Fri Oct 05, 2007 9:16 am

I don't have a baby yet :) but I always taking care of my cousin's babies when she can't handled them in sametime..I think its great experience so I know how to take care baby someday, watching them grow up.

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Re: Does it really matter how we treat babies?

Post by Stanley » Wed Jan 30, 2008 12:08 pm

It is of great impotance. I may not remember but I can imagine my birth have been born in the living room of our home infront of a warm coal fire. I do remember sitting in my pram in the front garden and being admired by passers by. I was often asked the time and it was always ten to two. I also remember being persuaded to throw my dummy on the fire, but I might have been about 10 by then. He he!.
The ones who cared for me most in those early years and those friendly people who passed by have remained friends and favoured relatives.

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Re: Does it really matter how we treat babies?

Post by wllsp » Wed Jan 30, 2008 4:37 pm

If parents love their children they treat them accordingly no matter if children are one yaer old or three years old. Of course adequate parents change the way they treat their boys and girls when the latter become teenagers.

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Re: Does it really matter how we treat babies?

Post by sweethuman » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:39 am

Yes offcourse, The babies always learn from every step we take whether that is in happiness or anger they learn from us. So what ever we react directly affects them and they also try to implement those points in their lives

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Re: Does it really matter how we treat babies?

Post by vijai » Fri Feb 10, 2012 6:20 am

yes,it really matters.I agree with hedwig14.it is most important and precious movement where they learn quickly than other stages of life.

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Re: Does it really matter how we treat babies?

Post by Eliwa » Fri Mar 02, 2012 8:24 pm

yes, our way of treating babies play role on building their personality.

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Post by Ilove » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:02 pm

sandra wrote:As far as I am concerned, babies and toddlers may not rememeber things vividly.But they do have the ability to sense things around them.They could tell the affection and caring. Any sweet whispers, gentle strokes and tiptoed movements.If they grew up in a loving family, they became secure and confident.These things will have vital impact on their furture life.
Hello Sandra,
You have a good point of them. Indeed, I did not grow up in a loving family, so your message is especially important to me. =)

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Post by Ilove » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:11 pm

sandra wrote:I have no baby, so not an expert :lol: But I regard it as a common sense we should treat every human beings in this world with mercy.
Hi Sandra,
I disagree with you because some people do not know what mercy and love are all about. What is a common sense or not; it depends on the individual because I regard everyone has a variety of knowledge and opinions. =)
But we are fortunate because we do know them, so our future children will be living in merciful and loving families. =)

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Re: Does it really matter how we treat babies?

Post by rokwysocka » Mon Apr 21, 2014 12:50 pm

In my mind it is important how we treat babies beacuse even we can not remember this time we assimilate different behaviours which depend on it. People derive models to follow from the youngest years of their lives.

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