Activity to help you have physical contact with your baby, helping soothe him/her.
What You Need:
What To Do:
1. Carry your baby while doing different movements, e.g., walk, jump, gallop, bounce, or tip-toe. All these movements have different rhythms.
2. Sing favorite songs or play soft music, and gently dance with him while singing.
3. Vary your pace and see what your baby likes. Explore different ways of carrying, rocking, and swaying your baby.
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