why are babies like hinges

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Babies are like hinges. They can be a lot of work, but they also make life so much easier by connecting people together and bringing families closer. But the real question is why? Why do babies have this amazing ability to bring people together and improve relationships? It’s because when you hold a baby in your arms, you’re filled with love and hope for our future – which makes it easy for bonding to happen!

But when you’re feeling overwhelmed with the pressures of your daily life, it’s hard to make time for others. It can be easy to get caught up in what’s going on at work and forget about checking in on loved ones or planning a date night – but those short moments will help build stronger relationships.

So as babies grow into children, they become more independent which means parents don’t have to do everything for them anymore! This is not only helpful because it gives parents freedom from constant caregiving responsibilities, but also because kids learn responsibility by caring for themselves and their belongings. And since kids are becoming more self-sufficient (and less messy!), this creates plenty of bonding opportunities between parent and child wherein adults teach skills while still providing a sense of security.

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So that’s one way babies are like hinges! What other ways can you think to compare them? Comment below and we’ll see if everyone has some great ideas for comparing these two items. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Do you have any other comparisons to make? Comment below and we’ll see if everyone has some great ideas for comparing these two items! I look forward to hearing from you soon!”

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Weighing in on the newborn breastfeeding debate, as well as the issue of growing up with a silver spoon in your mouth. xiii- xvii

It’s time for parents to stop fighting and start thinking about how their kids might turn out when they’re adults. We all want our children to be happy, don’t we? I’m sure that one day you’ll find yourself deep into an argument over whether or not it is better to breastfeed than use formula; some people are convinced that there is no way around being healthier if you do one or the other… And this will get everyone going! But what about making choices now so that your child can grow up without any worries? If he always has