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Newborn to Three Years
Child's Perception: Infant/Toddler can sense when there is excitement, sadness, anxiety in the home; can sense when a significant person is missing, presence of new people
No understanding of death
Absorbs emotions of others around her/him
May show signs of irritability
May exhibit changes in eating, nursing patterns, crying, and in bowel and bladder movements
Depends on nonverbal communications; physical care, affection, reassurances
Originally posted by etherical waterwave
Just a thought that crossed my mind.
Children don't know death. All they do is living. Does anything they do has death as outcome? I don't think we need to fear death. Death is nothing to fear. There's no death without God.
Does it sound like I believe?
All this nonsense to come to the conclusion that fear teaches.
What did I miss out on in my life? There is only one thing you can come short in life and that's love.
Did I miss anything? Love is a lot. Love.. love death. Life's so much more with love.
Originally posted by mainidh
They are called innocent for a reason.
We need to damage them now so we can continue the faith and restock the dwindling supplys of infant forskin.