By the time your baby is three months, he can see things at greater distances. Your baby will put just about anything in his mouth—not so much for taste as for oral exploration. He learns by putting an object in his mouth and exploring it with his tongue and lips. Just by using his mouth, your baby can tell if an object is hot or cold, rough or smooth, soft or hard, big or little.
Just like a jigsaw puzzle, each member of the family is an essential building block to the well-being and happiness of the collective whole. It is important for me to instill virtues in my sons. Virtues that I will like them to grow up with and practice forever.