Imagine that! How easy it is to take care of your child when you know what’s on his mind.
To understand your child takes time and patience. The longer you spend time with him, the more easily you recognize the ’signs’ of the child. You will find that your child turns delivering more than you think.
I Feel Good
Actually, you can imply many things from facial expressions and gestures, so you should focus on those things. Eyes timid, hands clenched and rigid bodies are ways your child say his feelings. If you want to see her happy, consider the reaction of the little guy when you call his name or walked over.
You should also be alert to start your own gestures. “Before your child learn to understand what you are saying, he saw gestures and tone of your voice,” said Allan Pease, author of The Definitive Book of Body Language.
The more you are close to your child, you will more easily anticipate feelings. Without you knowing it, your baby will cry less and less because you already knew what he wanted.
With growth, the small study the different ways to communicate, such as eye contact, smiling and making certain sounds. Various games like ci boo that will encourage your child to interact with you. If early child feel themselves ‘important’ and ‘heard’, he will learn to be open to you, along with growth and development.
Listen to Me
Tracy, mother of Chiara (5 years) had experienced difficulties when trying to understand their children learn to speak. “One day I realized that the only way to help convey what he wants to say is by direct eye contact so that he saw that I was really being listened to. If I never understand, I will ask him to show me what he wanted. Then Chiara will be busy moving his body, like a game of charades. Finally I understand and Chiara became happy, “said Tracy.
Just like you, your child will also need a quiet place to rest. If your child already does not respond when you try to play or talk, it means that he needs a rest. Make no mistake, with him to practice speaking or play you have stimulated the senses, would not be surprised if after that he felt tired.
Cover of Speak
Often the child shows clearly when he is hungry, with a loud cry. But if you look carefully, the child has a more subtle way to say he was hungry. Occasionally he would stick out its tongue, lips pursed and rang. When he did move, it could be he was hungry.