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posted by on General

Today I’m blogging abut a baby’s laugh. It’s a beautiful subject, and makes me smile just writing the words. Baby’s laughter is infectious, and widely adored – especially by the parents.

I was visiting a friend recently, who has an eight month old boy – a very contented little chap who likes to laugh. He showed special delight at Mum’s hiccups – laughing at every single one. This made me wonder about their little laugh and what it’s based on. It’s not a laugh like that of an older child or adult’s – but there’s a connection there… like they’re learning to find fun in everyday things.
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posted by on Musings

As I often say to customers at the start of a session, one of the main benefits of baby massage is bonding – for both parent and infant.

Most first-time parents expect to feel an instant bond with their baby, but the reality for many is that their new life is more of an uphill battle, and that the bond can often take time to form.  However, studies have shown that poor bonding can affect the baby’s long term behaviour, as well as the parent’s stress levels (and the babies can pick up on that stress).
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And so the Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe kicked off with a glorious May Bank Holiday weekend, and a fun and varied Children’s Day Parade.

I love the festival (Fringe especially) and am quite geeky about scanning both guides from front to back covers and drawing up a list of all the freebies and other events that appeal to me, to circulate amongst friends.
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