Of course, babies also like to suck their fingers. It does not matter what color they like? Mothers know better? Skelton says scientists are “still trying to make a solid impression” of how our visual history affects our later thoughts in life – “but it is a question of how much and what affects, not whether it can affect,” he adds. Mu 2007, Norwegian scientists studied people born above the Arctic Circle, comparing those born in the autumn, when the long darkness means that they appeared for more artificial light, for those born in the summer, when there is no night. The scientists found that summer-born adults were “extremely low in color” and that “ecological catastrophe could occur as early as possible, perhaps in the first months of life.” As a result, says Skelton, there are “ways in which your thoughts are monitored by your profile,” but we do not know much about very few examples. We cannot say for sure if a baby with a bright blue nursery will grow to recognize the world in contrast with a baby in a blind.
However, Skelton believes non-political nursery It is not “decorated” for babies, I realize that the details of the monochromatic color are invisible to babies. In the end, he says, it may be a good thing — the children of glamorous women will still have a lot of color all over the world— “but it is a little shame.”
“I think people take it for granted, and they take it for granted. And babies want to look at things, and they are forced to look for new ones, so it’s a shame not to give them this, “says Skelton.
Science is good, and it is useless – but it does not mean that memes judge (even on TikTok, some people now show to only as a beauty queen, embracing a nickname.) When asked about nursery practice, Tricia Skoler, a professor of psychology at City University of New York who studies. infant brain development, he says, “I personally enjoy it.”
Skoler’s research focuses on “caring for each other,” times when adults and children are just looking at the same thing as children. study well. Skoler says that if parents have a similar interest in their child’s environment, they will be able to encourage each other together. “You do not want to be frustrated if you cannot get the right pitch so invest in a good capo. at home, that it is not good to leave your toys because they look good.
Amanda Gummer, a child psychologist and founder of the book Good Play Guide, emphasizes that there is no one right way to raise children, and that “being a happy, healthy parent who does things that make your family life happy is helpful and rewarding. appropriate. . ” Take that clearly Paw Patrol-Little birthday cake: Who can judge, Gummer asks, the parent who bakes their child a cake with no additives from the start? Similarly, they add up quickly, who can judge a parent who buys a full-fledged supplement Paw Patrol keke? “Judgment on parents, especially mothers, has reached a certain level,” he says, “and there is more to it than that.”
So, beige bedrooms may not be the most fun place for newborns, but if the babies are not locked in their room 24/7, there is no need to worry. If you are looking for an Instagrammable nursery but are concerned about the size of your baby, Skelton advises clear printers with a lot of detail rather than a clear one: one and the other twisted blossom, he finds it interesting to look at. ”
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