My son is what Count the Kicks calls a “baby save.” He was born safely after I paid attention to his movement, noticed when something was off, and spoke up to my provider. His birth, and what I have learned about fetal movement since then, have propelled me to become an ambassador for Count the Kicks in my home state of Mississippi.
As dads, the reality is that we will never have enough money or people to support us when we need it. Heck, many of us may not have a clue about what a good dad looks like because we’ve never seen one. But, when our kids wake up each morning, they do not see our flaws.
Previously, experts believed sleep in early childhood contributed to the development of semantic memory, which contributes to general facts and knowledge. Now, a study has proved that in fact babies also build their episodic memory during naps, allowing them to retain detailed memories of their individual experiences once they wake up.
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