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Re: Nangingilala / Stanger Anxiety
« Reply #60 on: December 31, 2012, 01:53:26 am »

• Introduce him to friends and relatives.
 Here’s the chance to introduce him to his cousins, aunts and grandparents! Let your baby take center stage and be the star during the gathering! Aside from developing his social skills, this will also help reduce stranger anxiety.
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Re: Nangingilala / Stanger Anxiety
« Reply #61 on: January 01, 2013, 06:33:41 pm »

I think normal lang sa mga baby ang nangingilala, from 4mos onwards. Si Haven ko nga kahit panay expose sya sa mga tao yet nagkaka.stranger anxiety sya. Sabi nga nang mama ko who happens to be a DH, magtaka ka kung ang baby mo hindi nangilala man lang, kase yung naging alaga niya may acute cerebral palsey, lahat nang nakakasalubong daw panay smile lang. Yung parang di daw natatanggal yung smile nung bata, kaya pag nangingilala ang baby it means healthy baby sya. :)
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