Importance of bonding with your baby

Julie Hale, a progessive mom and expert in her private practice, shares some examples of how you as a parent can physically show the importance of bonding with your baby. Watch this video as she shows what movements and actions with help your baby feel extra safe and loved.
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Importance of bonding with your baby

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Bonding with your baby is one of the most important things from birth to maybe age three or five. It's very important that your child have a sense of you, to feel secure and safe during those important formative years and beyond. Some of the ways that you can bond with your baby is co-sleeping; sleep having your child sleep with you at night. Wearing your baby in a sling or one of those things that keeps them tight to your body at all times.

Julie Hale, a progessive mom and expert in her private practice, shares some examples of how you as a parent can physically show the importance of bonding with your baby. Watch this video as she shows what movements and actions with help your baby feel extra safe and loved.

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Julie Hale

Progressive Mom

Julie Hale, LMFT, RYT, is a psychotherapist in private practice on the Westside that specializes in adolescents, divorce, co-parenting, and other familial issues. Julie is also the mother of 3 amazing, intelligent and interesting children (11,15,17) but wishes she could turn back the clock because they got too big too fast. She can be reached at www.juliehale.net

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