Parenting - Toddler care | 0-5 yrs

How Cuddling Helps Your Child


Most parents love to cuddle their children till a certain age. As a parent, if you are wondering whether you are overdoing it, you are not! Hugging is hugely beneficial for your child and also strengthens your bond with the little one.

The Dailymail says there are lifelong benefits of cuddling for babies. In one of its articles, scientists have found out that cuddling babies provides them with social benefits for years afterwards. They found a clear link between love and attention in the early years and healthy emotional responses in later life.

When parents express love for their babies by cuddling, they, unknowingly, help to develop the brains of their babies. Flip through this ClipBook to know more.


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