Whom babies especially like and whom not

Whom babies especially like and whom not

September 17, 2020

Why are newborn babies in some people's arms super peaceful and cry in others? There is a very simple explanation for this.
Babies develop a preference for certain people very quickly. This selection occurs primarily via the most important sense for newborn babies, the sense of smell. In contrast to the sense of sight and hearing, it is already strongly developed when the baby sees the light of day.
The sense of smell helps to distinguish people from one another. This in turn means that the smells of the parents, especially the mother, have a lasting impact on the baby. So those who smell more like mom and dad are more likely to be accepted than others. A person with a completely different smell can quickly be confronted with rejection.
There is no personal liking or dislike, as sympathy has no influence on who they accept and who not. It is primarily about who the baby can trust and these are above all those who smell similar to mom and dad too.

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