Did you know the average child doesn’t begin developing memories until age two?
This means that for the first two years of a child’s life, they really have no recollection of the early moments: being born, sleeping on their mama/papa’s chests, nursing.
They have no recollection of their early milestones: tracking, giggling, first words, waving hi or bye, rolling over, crawling.
They have no recollection of their early fine motor skills: bringing a bottle or fork to their mouth, putting a block into a bucket, coloring. They just do them. Repetition is their form of learning. Continue reading “I Blog So She Remembers”