physical contact with your infant. This is best achieved
by carrying him a few hours every day. If you wish to
use a carry pack, select a front-mounted one that allows
you to maintain eye contact.
not allow anyone other than the primary caregivers to
hold the baby for more than a half hour each day. Only
the primary caregiver should feed the infant.
him can also help. Choose a comfortable spot in a chair
that allows you to rock the child, then hold him in a
nurturing position, maintaining eye contact while
rocking. Singing may also help.
your baby responds more to one sensory modality than
another, draw upon that sense. Identify which sounds,
rhythms, sights, positions, smells, and types of touch
your infant enjoys, and use them. If your infant is a
self-soother, imitate her rocking activities and add an
additional element, such as a comforting touch or a
song. Try pairing soothing activities up with things
that cause a startle response to see if this might help
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