compared to other mammals humans and to the world utterly helpless for the first eight weeks not even realizing they’re separate from their surroundings
their brain only 25% developed they are unable to distinguish voices will see clearly, but in just three months their brain will triple in size.
their mother’s brain is changing as well the regions related to empathy and emotional, regulation is growing, giving her an increased desire to take care of her newborn, father’s brains also changed, during this time their testosterone levels drop which in turn make them less aggressive and more patient.
patience is an important virtue he’ll meet over the next year’s
at roughly ten months newborns will start taking their first steps, with an immature brain and little control over their bodies they’ll need their parents to help, after a few months and a lot of encouragement, they will move all on their own averaging around17 Falls per hour, and if parenting weren’t already difficult enough now it becomes even more challenging with their.
newfound mobility and unsociable curiosity for everything around them, misbehaving comes naturally
this stage can be particularly taxing for parents, but soon it will pass, as they approach their fourth-year children to begin to form a sense of self and with that a sense of right and wrong
this new relative independence is a welcome change for parents who no longer need to be as vigilant as before, although most will not leave their parents for another 15 years
by now the foundations of their personality and outlook on life have been solidified, children will not remember most of this time with their parents
through natural processes, their memories will fade and become inaccessible, but the parent-child bond perhaps the strongest of any human relationship will outlive these memories.