3 pieces of advice that I would give to a new born infant would be do not be afraid to take risks, it could lead to you finding out where you truly belong in this world. Don't be afraid to talk to new people, you never know how much in common you will have with someone until you talk and share stories about each other. Lastly, never take anything for granted, as cliche as it sounds you never know what you have until it is gone, make sure to cherish everything that catches your interest.
The presenters mentioned some similar points during their presentation. One of which, they said it is very important to enjoy one's childhood, because it does not last forever. I agree with this statement because often times, children want to grow up too fast, and miss the opportunity to be a child. I would advise a newborn to have a close relationship with his or her family. Friends will not always be there for an individual, but family will. I would also advise infants to not use tablets or phones, and instead play with toys and read books. Lastly, I would suggest that they be kind and respectful to other children growing up. One act of kindness can spread and make a difference.
Time is the most valuable resource. For a child, childhood does not last forever. As a classmate said, "do not miss out being a child and doing kid things". Everything has its own proper timing. Be a kid while it lasts. Be a teenager while its lasts. I would add on by telling the infant to keep looking forward and to stay positive. A child's mind is pure and honest.
A new born infant will experience a new way of living, and the advices I would give to the infant is to have fun first of all. Have fun while he grows up and live with no fear, play as much as possible and eat and enjoy the moments with your parents. Get a close bound with your parents, and feel their love and the connection will never break. Express your needs and have fun while doing it. Another advice I would give is to explore as much as possible. Explore the world out there, a taste on food, the feeling of love, explore expressions of their own body. Explore how if the infant cries parents will come right away, explore the toys and lights on their bed and touch and feel the different textures. Heard every single word and learn the language, even sign language with a smile or expression. The third advice is sleep, for an infant is easier to sleep for hours, so if the infant has the time to do it, i would recommend it. Less problem for you parents.
The three advices I would give to a baby would be to never give up, always know your loved by family and to always ask why. A kid should know not to ever give up and always keep trying in order to succeed. Also, with the thought in mind that your family will always love you. If your parents are mean to you they don't hate you or regret you but only do it reason and care for you. In fact to an infant you should always question things. Always ask why to things to get a better understanding of questions or answers. Also another notable note from a classmate once said "explain yourself in words not emotion". This is important in growing up in society because those who speak with emotion go nowhere at all. Understanding and speaking with clarity and reason swaying away from emotions lead into a smarter mind and and smarter person.
Life is like a Roller coaster, it has its ups and down. The type of advice i would give a new born is to enjoy every second of life. Whether emotionally heart broken, or full of happiness, just be grateful. The second piece of advice I would give, is to take risks in life. You never know what you can accomplish until you try it. Finally, I would recommend to always reach for the stars and set your goals up high. Even through failure, never give up on your goals and dreams.
My classmates covered many pieces of advice I would give a new born, such as enjoy and embrace the care you receive, learn to love, and take care of your body. I particularly like what was said about doing things instead of watching things, this pertains to upcoming generations more than past with all the technology we have, I'm a fan of this advice because talent can take you a long way in this world and sometimes you have talents you must experience to discover. Some other advice I would give out is hear more than you say, you learn a lot by observation. Impress yourself more than others. Focus on your desired destination. Life is what you make it, difficulty is relative.
The first and last presenter both were almost on the same page as to what advice they would give a new born. A new born should not grow up too fast and and learn to love, is what it came down to. I believe this is really important advice because all your life you grow up wanting to do anything and everything at an age that you aren't ready for. Like they say, "There's a time and place for everything". I also strongly believe that you need to take care of your body and be healthy like the second presenter mentioned. If you start eating unhealthy at a young age, its much harder to fix when you're older. There are many things that a new born should learn and be aware of. As you get older, there is only so much someone can tell you, you doing things and learn from those experiences.
If I were to give a new born three pieces of advice they would be. To never overestimate them selves or underestimate themselves. They should always believe they can accomplish any task they set out to do. And finally they should always live life with a positive attitude to deal with hardship better.
From what I heard about what the presenters said is stuff like "don't grow up too fast" and "learn to love". Both of which I agree with. But to a infant three pieces of advice i think i would give to them is: 1. find the good in people, everyone have a little bit in them; don't go around assuming the worst because soon that will be your view on life. 2. Life is gonna be hard but there is a purpose for every bit of it, so make sure you learn from the mistakes and hard times, cause if you don't there was no point in you going through it. and 3. Finally, hold tight to the family around you, whether they are your blood relatives or not, don't loose your support system. when the correct you and set you straight, not yourself off your high horse and listen cause they love you
three pieces of advice I would give a new born would to appreciate and love the ones close to you, don't let words of other steer the path of your life and learn how to just be you. Throughout my short 20 years of living I came to understanding that when you combine these three things in your life you become a happier person day to day. At the end of the day its only you so you cant be worried about others except for yourself and the ones that love you will always be there when your down. So through your journey of life you learn who really cares for you and be comfortable with yourself to the fullest everyday.
The three oral presentations we heard in class had some key similar points. For example, one of the main ideas throughout them was the concept of really taking hold of their youth and making the most of it. An individual idea from the second presenter that stood out to me and I agree with strongly was "do don't watch" and keeping "create" as the purpose of their actions. As imitation is one of the key elements to child development, focusing on the "do" part in life would be one of my three pieces of advice. The second, would be to keep a strong grip on their sense of wonder. And the third, would be not to be ashamed and let yourself be limited to showing how you feel.
The presenters all gave important pieces of advice for an infant. The best advice I was ever given when I was young was "grow old, not up". Kids should enjoy their time as a kid, and not have a care in the world. Another piece of advice I would pass on would be, make decisions for yourself, don't let anyone else influence your decisions. The last piece of advice would be, carry kindness in your heart at all times.
One advice I would give to a newborn would be to enjoy their childhood. Growing up, life will eventually be filled with lot’s of problems & stress, but until them, just enjoy the ride. Also, I would tell the newborn that we can’t control everything. No matter how much we try and control our fates and destinies, that’s not always possible. Life will sometimes take us in routes that we may have not wanted to be in or expect to be in. Finally, always be grateful to see your family every day. Life can be very wicked and take us by surprised, so always make sure to acknowledge your family. No matter if you’re upset at your mom or dad, still take your time to show them how grateful you are for them.
Three pieces of advice I would give a new born infant would be to not quit when things get difficult. When things get difficult you shouldn't quit because you will struggle but, things will get easier. Second, keep moving forward. You will come up against walls but, it is not impossible to get passed them. Finally, if you want to achieve something it will always require hard work. If you put in enough work then you will eventually achieve it.
Three pieces of advice I would give a new born is don't be afraid of being your self. Live true to yourself and don't worry about what others think of you. Also enjoy your infant, childhood, and teenage years because time passes by faster than you think and next thing you know your an adult with a bunch of responsibilities.The last piece of my advice is aside from learning from your own mistakes learn from other peoples mistakes.
The three pieces of advice I would give to a newborn baby would be always love someone no matter what their flaws are, always try new things that scare you and seem exciting and finally never be in a relationship in a early age. I find that loving someone and learning to love them for their flaws and even though people may think they are "different" shows you are the bigger person. How you are open minded and educated and loving someone from the inside and the outside no matter what and showing people how to love someone . Secondly I always was thought to try new Hingis ever since I was young always try adventures and experiment on stuff you've never done before because we only have one life. Always try new foods and visit new places and meet new people and never be scared to be outside the box . Lastly the best advice of never be in a relationship at a younger age if something that should be implanted. Because I've seen close friends of mines be in relationships at 18 all the way to 25 and after that they are so lost and confused and frazzled they don't know or feel they know themselves as a person . How to live and move on without a partner and that's baggage in your life you don't need at such a young age . Date around don't be held back ,especially in your early twenties if should be about having fun and learning about yourself.