4 Proven Ways to Accelerate Your Baby’s Development



With a newborn baby, it’s important we facilitate secure attachment and work on developing their social, communication, emotional and fine & gross motor skills.

Often parents assume that means buying the latest (expensive) toys and accessories, or latest techniques to accelerate their baby’s development. While some of these help, there are actually 4 simple things you can do right now to help speed up the development of secure attachment plus all of the skills I mentioned above that don’t require you to buy anything new.

Each of the 4 things you’ll learn about in this video will help to develop secure attachment, fine or gross motor skills, help teach your baby to talk sooner, accelerate their emotional development, or develop their social skills (yes, even at a very young age 🙂 ).

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00:00 – 00:36 : Intro
00:37 – 03:13 : Tip #1
03:14 – 04:46 : Tip #2
04:47 – 06:09 : Tip #3
06:10 – 08:30 : Tip #4

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