Category: Stimulation

Learn about prenatal stimulation techniques to help your baby develop their senses, reflexes and bonding during the gestation.

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My baby’s developing reflexes

Although your baby is still comfortably growing inside your womb, they are already developing some automatic behaviors and sensory responses

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My baby’s brain and me

“Behavior doesn’t begin at birth, it begins before and develops in predictable ways.” Janet DiPietro, Department of Maternal and Child

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Bonding with your little one

You’ve probably heard a thousand times that there’s nothing like the bond that forms between a mom and her baby.

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Your baby remembers

Contrary to popular belief, your baby’s not born as a blank slate, but has the ability to remember experiences they

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Baby, can you hear me?

As a mom, you intuitively discover what scientists have been stating all along; your little one is already a sensitive

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Prenatal stimulation at home

Prenatal stimulation is very important and its benefits are very valuable for your baby. However, it’s not always possible to have

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Connecting with your baby

Why is connecting with your baby during pregnancy so important? Several studies have shown that a mother’s mood can influence

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Intrauterine growth

Intrauterine growth is composed of two stages: embryo growth and fetal growth. Your baby’s development in the womb is defined

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My baby’s first kicks

When will you feel your baby’s first kicks? You could feel your baby’s first kicks around the second trimester. If

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The importance of prenatal stimulation

Prenatal stimulation includes a set of techniques that optimize your baby’s development through outside stimulation from movement, sounds, and vibrations.

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