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October 30, 2011
November 15, 2011 8:41 PM
We live in a society that is overloaded with information, I think it's ridiculous to take classes on how to PLAY with your baby, Every kid is diiferent and as a parent you'll keep trying different things till you get a response from your kid.-you dont need to hear your doing it wrong, especially a first time parent! For the most part- as long as you keep in mind you are their role model at all times parenting comes natural: and when you are uncertain about something, specific reach out and ask, just make sure to ask someone whose advice you value!
November 3, 2011 7:05 AM
A little of both
I think I could have rocked a solid peek a boo but I would have never though to do it the way that guy did. I think as parents we have to rely on what we know and what comes naturally to us while at the same time be open to knew ideas and the possibility of being wrong. Peek a BOO!
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