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Claudia Liliana/rasamalai

Oh! Thank you.

Dr. Meyer

When I wrote "rocking back and forth" I meant only to highlight how the baby goes from fear to delight with the same ease as a rocking motion. Because the baby seems to feel generally safe and is responding automatically, the baby doesn't get stuck in fear. He or she doesn't anticipate another sneeze or generalize its fear. This baby can fluidly move from one reaction to another as its perceptions and understanding change. No emotion gets frozen or masked.

Claudia Liliana/rasamalai

What does the rocking back and forth mean? :D


I love this video!! Very interesting, and spot on.



Elsita :)

This is so extremely interesting!

Marilyn Jacobs

The baby also has what most adults have lost - trust and innocence which allows them to have spontaneous responses to stimuli. They are not worried about what anyone thinks about them at this age!! So they can just be as they are. That is what make them so cute and endearing.

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