June 18, 2018 2 min read
Admit it, even if your child has done some things that made you want to pull out all your hair, at the end of the day, you always want what's best for them. No questions asked. All mothers want to give their children what they need in the best way possible, that's why it hurts when we, as parents, cannot give them what they want/need. There are even times that we're willing to make sacrifices just to prioritize their child's welfare, I guess that's just motherly love.
All mothers and mothers-to-be know that what we do, specifically what we eat, when our baby is still in our womb is a critical factor in determining the baby's health during delivery. But did you know that you can actually make the little one in your bump smarter by simply watching our day-to-day activities?
A sharper brain in your formative years gives you advantages early on in life which makes it easier for your baby to grow up and accelerate ahead in class. In turn, graduating from school with great accomplishments will also help your future grown-up to land a job that can propel their career further in life. As a mother, wouldn’t that be the best gift you can give to your child, the gift of intelligence?
Now that you’re excited to know how much of an effect intelligence is on your baby’s life, later on, there are ways to help your child become the gifted genius that they can be:
Take note to remember avoiding the following, as these can hinder the development of your child’s intelligence:
*Do take note that, on the contrary, There is no scientific evidence that babies in the womb get smarter when you listen to classical music.
As early as now, you can help your unborn go far in life. With these tips, your child’s success will be their “thank you” for you later on in life and as a mother to be, what’s better than seeing your child achieve the best in life?