You’re blurry, BUT I LOVE YOUR FACE

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Brainy Bub -

“Your baby’s abil­ity to see de­tail will be de­vel­op­ing for the first few months of his life, although he can’t yet dif­fer­en­ti­ate be­tween pale colours,” says Dr An­drew Brem­ner from the In­fan­tLab at the Univer­sity of Gold­smiths in the UK. “His eyes may flash back and forth while try­ing to fol­low an ob­ject. That’s be­cause for the first three months, he can’t track things smoothly with his eyes.”

Try it!

Have face time to help im­prove his track­ing skills. Your new­born is au­to­mat­i­cally drawn to faces. Hold your baby’s gaze, then move your head from side-to-side so his eyes fol­low you.

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