by: Mia young
Because of their small size they are exposed to toxins in proportion to their weight, and have more years of life ahead of them in which they may softer long-term effect from early exposure, to chemicals can lead to their chances to brain damage and developmental brain problems . more prone to catching diseases because the immune systems are still developing and getting used to the world around them.
children under 5 breathe more air, drink more water and eat more food compared to their body weight than adults so they have higher rates to pathogens and pollutants,
health and wellness
- turning over
- crawls or scoots
- sit up
- grabs anything and everything
- pull themselves up and cruise around
- take a couple steps
- babbling etc.
if your child is caught up they will become more curious, once they have the ability to crawl roll they want to explore and discover knew things. they teach themselves to figure out what objects are by shaking, throwing, rolling etc. they also observe with their senses by smelling, and putting them into their mouths. they begin to grow some attachments for their objects and objects have more meaning for them.