How to establish a deep and loving relationship with the baby?

The bond between a baby and its parents is crucial iand it is the cornerstone of the child’s development. It is the preconditions that influence future happiness, success, trust and the very perception of love and relationships of the baby in general.

Already during the first year of a child's life you can easily notice whether the child has developed a relationship of security or insecurity with its parents, and these two opposing feelings subsequently influence the development and perception of the young individual's environment. Growing up, it is this first year of life that can predetermine whether a child will look at the world through rose-coloured glasses, realistically, or whether he or she will be doubtly. The relationship with parents and family relationships in general influence the child from the earliest days and shape the child's personality.  

It is extremely important for the baby to receive as much love and reassurance as possible during the first year. Frequent moments of insecurity or fear can become so ingrained in the baby that they can affect its ability to meet, trust, cooperate, but also to care about others and respond appropriately to certain situations. 

So what is the key to a deep and healthy relationship with your baby?

  • Listen to him;
  • Explain;
  • Give him your time;
  • Create a sense of security and protection for him;
  • Teach your child patience and kindness;
  • Apologize if you have a reason;
  • Communicate;
  • Don't just order, give choices.

A child who grows up in a stable and loving environment is more outgoing, makes friends more easily, and knows how to cooperate. Cooperation is also linked to less aggression, for example, when playing with other children and i tis also linked to more generosity, which can be demonstrated, for example, by borrowing a favourite car toy, trying to please mommy with a flower or showing compassion to another child who is crying.

Stable family foundations and quality relationships with parents lead children to be able to form deep and lasting relationships throughout their lives, both with family, friends, but also future partners. Family stability prevents possible depression, panic and anxiety disorders and fears, as the basic elements of child development are correct and solid.