Every first in your child's life has significance. The first book he finishes may start a life-long love for reading. The first sport he plays may mean a future athlete. The first drawing he shows you may reveal a little Picasso in the making.
It's instinctive to know that these firsts or milestones are important. But it's not only because they may be the beginning of something wonderful. These activities are also concrete proof of your child learning something new. They reveal how effective holistic brain development is, how the four critical skill areas of your child's brain are hard at work.
When it comes to achieving these milestones, it's best to fuel your child's holistic brain development with great nutrition and proper stimulation. Nutrition helps provide essential brain-building nutrients like DHA and the energy to keep on learning. Complementing this is stimulation, which allows your child to learn more about the world around him.
So prepare your child for more monumental milestones with holistic brain development! Together with Enfagrow A+
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