Newborns' little bodies and senses are extra sensitive so playtime should aim to stimulate of baby's sense of sight, sound and touch the first few weeks. Join this mom as she shows her favorite playtime games that encourage bonding, growth, trust and happiness with your brand new baby.
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FORA.tv (Apr. 19, 2013) Children Learn By Being Playful Scientists
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