It's obvious that all babies need to move, but there is more to baby movements that meets the eye.
Does milestone development just happen, or do you think there should be a step-by-step process we all go through to experience optimal development?
It's obvious that all babies don't move the same, but my question is why?
I know why.
In my podcast Baby Movements from Birth to 24 months, I share with you the answers to this question and what you can do about it.
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I say "normal" because what is "normal?" I want to redefine what you think about baby movements and what they mean for your baby's future development.
You may have a child with special needs and think it's impossible for your child to experience "normal" development.
Your child can experience "normal" development, but not in the way you...