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Infants Show Good Judgment

If only adults showed as much sound judgment as an infant! Through a series of tests, Yale University's Infant Cognition Center has found that babies as young as six to ten months old know what's right and wrong. Researchers sat babies down in front ...

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Mark Stevenson

June 24, 2014  5:53pm

The heart of innocence is a beautiful thing! Babies and toddlers are so precious because what you see is what you get. God Bless the children of the World with health and home where they can flourish and make healthy choices!

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