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Topic: You Know your Child

As I go through the journey of being a mother, a spontaneous learning I gain. I am a mother in heart and soul. I had proven that every mother knows every inch of their child. As action speaks louder than words, mother’s instinct always tells precisely. By simply looking at your child through facial expression, body gestures, the way he/ she speaks you already know why and have an idea if there is something they need. One of the amazing parts of being a mother is the mother and child’s mutual understanding. We all know that babies especially the newborns do not have the ability to express themselves correctly but the mother always knows and can feel her babies need. I also agree that hurting yourself is double the pain for your mother. Seeing my child in pain or suffering intentionally or unintentionally is too much for me. And that was the God-given magic for us mothers, to always know our child.

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Thanks, Kaycee. Hi, my name is Kath a mother of 1. my daughter ages 2 and a half. I'm from Pampanga, particularly in Sto Tomas. :-) 28 years of age. I am married for 4 years and counting.

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That is true smile Very well said! Mother and child has the only unique bond from the day you carry them inside your womb up to the day they were born. That is why your child recognizes their mother's voice even at their young age.

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I definitely agree with this one. Just a fun fact, babies can hear and distinguish their mom's voice even when inside the womb. That's the reason why even when they're still neonates/infants, they can immediately tell apart their mother's voice from other people's.

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I agree with all of you... I love it when my child recognises me in a big crowd, when he comes towards me from far...when he talk to me in his own language.. The bonding.. I can never forget the first sight of my baby.. Ahh.. I instantlyfell in love with him..

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