I Can Be Happy, Sad Or Angry

Your baby has big emotions even as her social circle grows, and she interacts with peers and other people. Feelings of joy, anger, sadness and frustration can be overwhelming. She needs your support.

By Team ParentCircle

From a clingy baby who wouldn’t let go of you, to an independent child who has his own set of friends, your child’s social and emotional skills have progressed in the first five years of his life. But, unlike physical milestones, you can’t pinpoint the exact moment your child achieved a specific social or emotional milestone. Nevertheless, they are crucial milestones that show that your baby is on the right track.

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