When babies learn about their history, there's a few things they should know for sure
There’s no question that plenty of moments from our baby’s first year need to be erased from our minds and their psyches (hello, when they rolled off the bed?)
But that first year of life is mostly so precious, and definitely so fleeting, that it’s critical to ensure you remember to tell them later on what they should know — and never forget.
Here are 10 things all babies should know about their first year (when they’re old enough to understand, that is):
You were loved
You were hugged. You were snuggled. You were coddled. You were fed. You were nursed. You were played with. You were sang to. You were giggled with. You were showered with attention. You were indulged. You were spoiled with smooches. You were carried, strolled, crawled and rolled around with. You were held and held and held.
In short, you were loved to the fullest.
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