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7. Encourage your baby to imitate you. Try sticking out your tongue. Most of babies, when they are a couple of weeks old, imitate sticking out tongue after you did so 2-3 times before them.
8. Get a crib mobile and hang it on your baby’s crib. When your baby is quiet and awake, she will gaze at it. This will help arouse her interest in world outside crib.
9. Get a wind chime and hang it where your baby can gaze at it, move and hear pleasant music it plays. Doing so will stimulate her sense of seeing and hearing and she will learn to correlate a pleasant sight with a pleasant sound.
10. Shake a rattle before your baby. Shake it first on left side then on right. Allow your baby time to recognize that rattle is producing sound. This activity will also help your baby correlate sound with sight.
There are many important milestones that must be achieved in first month. Infants experience a wealth of developmental and cognitive achievements in their first month of life. Stimulate your newborn’s sense is also part of this important milestones.
Amy Fadden, author of "Newborn Guide, Nursing A Baby in Its First Month." She said, bringing a baby into the world should be one of the most exciting and rewarding times of your life. Visit her Website NewbornSecrets.com at www.newbornsecrets.com.