The Womb Is A Classroom

Babies learn quite a few things while they're still in their mommy's womb. They indirectly capture a mother's experiences as well as her emotions. So it's no wonder now that Ali seems so different from Adi (when he was a baby).

From her eating habits, to her sleeping patterns, Ali exudes kewl-ness. Perhaps that's how it is with most second pregnancies -- the mom is not as anxious or diet-restrictive as she was during the first pregnancy.

So you mommies out there, try to remember that your yet-to-be-born child is watching you. And learning and remembering, too! That means not drastically changing your diet after you give birth because it could confuse and upset your breastfeeding child.

See Prenatal Memory and Learning

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[ First posted on 03/06/2002 by Manuel Viloria ]

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