With all the affectionate care and coddling of our babies, isn’t there a risk of spoiling them by “loving them considerably”, and of forming beings that will be persistently demanding of all the things under the sun? The response to this interrogation is a definite “No"!

A baby wants continuous care, love and assurance and should have it. Deprived of the contentment of their variety concept, a baby will nurture to sense like something is absent and desire the unqualified acceptance and adoration from their mother. This can lead to difficulties with other relations and a sense of uncertainty.

An example given by Preschool Teacher Training, School-aged kids are already intellectual, public beings who must study the mortifying certainty that they share their surroundings with other human beings with whom they must subordinate in a humble, cultured manner. Babies, by contrast, are totally helpless creatures whose very existence rest on their being nursed, protected, and loved by their caretakers. Fatefully, it is the child who does not get his elementary requirements met who is further likely to be challenging and problematic later in life!

When kids cry, it is for they truly do want something. At times it is because of their simple need to be nursed, bathed, fed and kept warm; at other times it is for the reason that of a simple need for care—and a lot of it. For what is “consideration” but the intimacy and encouragement and love to which each and every kid is titled! The very newbaby, specially, needs the assurance of dynamic interaction with the human surroundings to anticipate the fright of loneliness.

Such interaction persuades him of the hardness and dependability of these surroundings. Once this belief has been shaped, he will not have to ask continuous assurance, i.e., to seek consideration. He will request for it from time to time, but his want will not shoot from anxiety. As he grows he will be capable to adore his parent's company on a more developed basis, that is, in a essence of social transaction. This social transaction he will continuously find especially pleasing because he identifies his parents care about him!

According to Nursery Teacher Training, in the future stages of infancy, the child will progressively be capable to do without care for short-lived periods. When he is hostile or exhausted or otherwise out of kinds, or when unfamiliar person come to stay, he may temporarily need more consideration than normal to be relieved that he is still be there to and treasured. But if his want for care is met at the correct times, it becomes gratified, redeeming both parent and kid. If it is not pleased, then it surges instead of reducing, becoming fundamentally voracious. Thus may early and mistaken efforts to grow the child’s “powers of independence” have just the conflicting result?

It can be taken for a given that if a child gets his vital requirements met for love, safety, and development attention, he will have advanced a simple faith in the individuals around him, and he will be capable to stand disavowals. In this way the base will be fixed for the growth of an affectionate, satisfied, cultured and creative human being.


A mother's character is very significant and she must belief her natures as these are much more in harmony with a baby's desires then any professional who says you are pampering.

Author's Bio: 

Lizzie Milan holds Master’s in Psychology Degree. She was working as supervisor in teachers training institute.
Currently, she is working as course co-ordinator fordiploma in early childhood education (ecce) & nursery teacher training (ntt) courses since last 20 years.