THREE SIGNS YOUR BABY IS DREAMING
TEENY TWITCHES Does your baby twitch in her sleep? Scientists at the University of Iowa think that these tiny movements might reveal which physical skills your baby is working on. So if she twitches her neck, it might not be long before she’s supporting her head when she’s awake.
SWEET SMILES Tiny babies do smile. Even in the first month of birth, if you see your baby with a spontaneous smile during her sleep, she’s probably enjoying a spot of REM dreaming.
LIVELY EYES She’s definitely dreaming if you can see her eyes moving rapidly beneath her eyelids. Scientists at Tel Aviv University have discovered that as our eyes flicker quickly back and forth in our sleep, the scenes in our dreams are changing.