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Seven signs that your child loves you

  • 1. Your newborn stares into your eyes

    Your baby is actually working hard to memorise your face. He is naturally drawn to your face. At this age, the world is pretty blurry to him. However, he can see most clearly at the distance between your face and his when you hold him in your arms.

    Your baby's attachment to you will be strengthened by your mutual gaze. He doesn't understand anything else about the world, but he knows you're important.

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    2. Your baby thinks about you when you're not around

    Between eight months and 12 months old, he'll start to scrunch his face and look around when you leave the room. And he'll smile when you return. Your baby is beginning to see you as a safe base. He can move away from you and explore the world, but will then return for support and comfort.
    3. Your toddler throws distressing tantrums

    No, those screaming fits don't mean he's stopped loving you. In fact, they show he feels secure with you. He feels able to show his true feelings with you when he's hurt or angry. He wouldn't do this if he didn't trust you deeply.
    4. Your toddler runs to you for comfort

    Children this age may not truly understand the meaning of, "I love you", but their actions speak louder than words. It'll be you he runs to when he when he falls over or feels sad.
    5. Your preschooler gives you a flower

    Whether it's a bloom from the garden, a finger-painted heart, a sparkly stone or another gift, it comes from the heart.

    Children learn to give, as well as to receive, by observing us. Children copy our behaviour, both good and bad. If you have treated your child with love and care, this is when you will see that he has learnt to love and knows how to show it.

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    6. Your preschooler wants your approval

    Your child will start to be more cooperative around the house and he'll look for chances to impress. "Look at me!" will become a catchphrase.
    7. Your school-age child trusts you with secrets

    It may be an embarrassing moment when he fell over or a sad moment when he was told off. He trusts you not to share these moments with everyone, even if he shies away from your hugs in public.

    If you or your partner are struggling to bond with your baby, watch our videos on bonding for mums and dads.

     

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