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Mother Nature: Maternal Instincts and How They Shape the Human Species by Sarah Hrdy (*best science of motherhood book EVER!*)
What’s Going on in There? : How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life by Lise Eliot
Why Love Matters: How Affection Shapes a Baby’s Brain by Sue Gerhardt
The Scientist in the Crib: What Early Learning Tells Us About the Mind by Alison Gopnik
Our Babies, Ourselves: How Biology and Culture Shape the Way We Parent by Meredith Small
Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child by John Gottman
The Vital Touch: How Intimate Contact With Your Baby Leads To Happier, Healthier Development by Sharon Heller
From Neurons to Neighborhoods : The Science of Early Childhood Development by Committee on Integrating the Science of Early Childhood Development
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Reason 1, the baby can generate different noise when sleeping. It would affect parents’ sleeping.
Reason 2, parents don’t have the same sleeping schedule with the baby. So it will be hard to do anything in the same room when the baby is sleeping.
Reason 3, even when the parents are sleeping, they can generate different noise to awake the baby…
When the baby is 6-month-old, she is developing “separation anxiety”, it will be difficult to move her out, when she doesn’t want to separate from parents.]]>