How Babies Learn About Feelings

Your baby’s picking up a wider range of emotions than you may realize

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From birth, babies can feel pleasure, distress, and even fear. And by the time they’ve reached 2, say experts, they’ve developed some pretty complex emotions like empathy and shame. Along the way, they pick up emotional cues and responses, first from you, then from others in their lives.

Learn more in this article from Lauren Barack in Parenting Magazine.

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