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Birth, Infancy, and Toddlerhood

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Haley Wilds

on 23 April 2016

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Birth, Infancy, and Toddlerhood
The older babies get the more they start to change emotionally and personally. They also start social relationships. Psychosocial development is the pattern of change in emotions, personality, and relationships. Toddlers tend to become more attached during this phase in their life. Other people become interesting to toddlers .
Work Cited
Martorell, G., Papalia, D. E., & Feldman, Ruth. (2014).
A Child's World: Infancy Through Adolescence.
New York, Ny.
I was born May 12, 1993. I weighed 9.7 ounces and I was 22 inches in length. I was my mothers biggest baby out of her 4 children.
The infancy period of a baby is a good example to use for cognitive development. Cognitive development is patterns of change in mental abilities such as learning, attention, memory, language, thinking, reasoning, and creativity. This is around the time babies start to get curious and start to explore their surroundings.
Mommy Who
When I became a toddler I went from a mommy's girl to a daddy's girl. I never wanted my dad to leave me ever. I spent more time with my mother but I was more attached to my father. I would literally cry all night long until I cried myself to sleep or if my father came home. My mother use to tell me all the time she didn't think I was her kid because I never wanted anything to do with her.
Emotions In Toddlers
When I was an infant my mother always told me I was obsessed with building blocks. I had this cart that in order to fill it up you had to fit the shapes in the right place in order to get them in the cart. It had sqaures, triangles, circles, and ovals. My mother said as I got older the faster I got at putting the shapes in the right place. I was learning how each shape fit in the right place. It was fun and I was learning at the same time.
Physical Development at birth
When you are a newborn you look a little different than babies that are weeks old. Physical development is the growth of the body and brain, sensory capacities, and motor skills. Babies are born with irregular large heads. By the age of 1, 70% of a babies weight is in their head. As they get older their physical appearance starts to balence out with their head.
I personally think that when I saw pictures of me as a newborn I thought I looked like a baby alien.
Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development
The Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development is a great way to show cognitive learning in infants. It was a standardized test of infants' and toddlers' mental and motor skills. This test can indicate an infants strengths and weaknesses in each of the developmental areas.
Learning In Shapes
Emotions are subjective reactions to experience that are associated with physiological and behaviorial changes. I was so use to my father being around that when he would leave I would cry. I was attached to my father. So even at a young age I was showing emotion by crying when my father would leave.
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