Sunday, August 19, 2012

Nurture and Care

We would like to start off by saying that you can’t spoil a baby by giving them too much love and attention. There is no such thing as too much love. We believe it is good for children to be held and hugged and cuddled as much as possible. And that by responding to a child’s cries you are not conditioning them to be a fussy baby but teaching them to communicate and helping them understand that they are safe and loved. In our experience, babies whose parents and caregivers are responsive to their cries are far less fussy in the long run. Children have a lifetime to learn how to become independent and self sufficient.

Here at Jane's House Kids are provided with lots of love and nurturing. Children are best able to learn and grow when they feel safe and loved so we always strive to provide them with the same high level of nurturing and care they receive at home.

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