3. A baby ... it clings to you right now

3. A baby ... it clings to you right now



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3. A baby ... it clings to you right now

You know the fatping? It's the most cracking of reflexes ... Just a few hours, and his delicate little handcuff clings to the daddy's great stare ... No need to try to persuade him that this is a reflex! Specifically, by putting your finger in the palm of your baby, it must cause a closing of the fingers and a grip that can sometimes lift with both hands. This reflex persists until 3 months for the hand. The fatping shows that the need for contact is well inscribed in its genes!