Before babies can start to play with toys, they will only appreciate things that they can listen to and look at. Their visions are still blurry in their first few weeks out. But they can already fix their gaze at things that are about 10 to 15 inches away from them. In as early as three weeks, babies can already appreciate human face. In fact, a baby can already recognize the face of her mother at about one month. Bright colors are the easiest for babies to see at about 4 to 6 weeks. On the other hand, they can already hear sounds after they are born. Gentle sounds are what they appreciate the most.
Babies are born nearsighted, so once they reach their first month, you can already play with them by using hand held toys. Make sure to choose the most colorful hand held toys from unboxingall.com. Move the hand held toy in her line of sight in a slow motion. Since she won’t be able to hold toys for a while, choose toys that make gentle sounds when moved. You can also use handheld toys to determine the development of your baby’s sense of hearing and sight. Use brightly colored handheld toy and move it slowly from left to right to determine if your baby’s sense of sight is okay. Also use a handheld toy to see if your baby can follow the sound of the toy or if they could recognize where the sound is if you move it from one point to another.
Soft books designed for babies have easy-to-see patterns. Reading soft books with your newborn is proven to aid in the development of your baby’s brain. Lie down next to your baby and read aloud. Make sure that the book is eight to fifteen inches away from you so your baby can appreciate the book’s decoration. Reading books is a great bonding between mom and babies.