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Stage 1 - Learning to Move Arms & Legs

Your baby has not been in the big wide world for long, and they are learning that they have 4 limbs, that belong to them! And that are controlled by them. This stage is exciting, interesting and tiring all at the same time! And it is the perfect time for some stimulating bonding activities with parent and baby, getting those neurons firing and the body developing.


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