Child Brain Development...
...Your child actually started learning when you were carrying him as a baby in your womb. Do not get astonished on hearing that.
It is true that he begins to learn when he is in the womb.
Prenatal development of your babys brain helps him to understand the outer world when he opens his eyes for the first time and gets exposed to the warm blessings of the sun.
So, if we are talking about brain development of your child, it makes sense to divide it into two parts.
One is brain development before your baby is born, and the other is brain development after birth - pre-natal and post natal brain development, to be exact.
It is clear that the primary development of your babys brain takes place when he is in the womb. It is in this pre-natal condition that the hundreds and thousands of neurons start developing in his body.
The first thirty six weeks are very vital in relation to your childs brain development, when you are still carrying him in your womb.
These thirty six weeks are vital because he learns many primary things at this stage.
The brain of your baby begins to get a definite shape and he slowly matures his senses. For instance, this 36 week is the time when he slowly starts developing the taste buds and gets to taste the food that you intake.
His brain will mature slowly and this development is the primary development that will lead to your child's brain development process that follows.
Pre-natal stage also includes certain other development processes of the brain such as the hearing development, and sexual development among others. It is hard to believe but it is a fact that your baby can form memories at this stage.
During the post natal brain development stage, your baby makes major connections.
These connections help him to link its voice with you. He can make use of these connections to learn breathing, sucking, and swallowing at almost the same time.
Your child will learn to feed on his own, or walk or run in due time. Child brain development process takes a certain time to complete.
Your child will take some months for further achievements. The system is quite stable and you should never expect that it will be very fast because he has to cope up with a faster world.
If you see that your child is taking too much time to learn, dont think that he is going beyond the "normal" system of child brain development.
It can be a slow process but as long as the process is quite stable, you should not have any complaints to make.
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