My little girl enjoyed kangaroo care and so my husband and I carried our daughter in a sling. Contrary to the consequences we were warned about she is not a clingy child and she walked on time. I believe that our response to her need for warmth has sort of relaxed and reassured her. I learnt quite early that my daughter was a visual learner and we put up wall décor and pictures all over the house. It has helped us curtail her wails, distract her tantrums and kindle her imagination. The panda over the sofa, monkeys on the bathroom door and butterflies on the mirror are totally worth it.
My daughter did not reach any milestone before time and doesn’t show signs of extraordinary intelligence. But she is very good at communicating her needs. She is very receptive to new concepts and experiences. I thoroughly enjoy her company and cherish the quality time I have spent with her. I know for sure that interesting stimulation can enhance curiosity, attentiveness, concentration and love of learning in the growing infant and toddler.