My philosophy about discipline
A baby's learning begins in solitude, alone in the womb
In my written words, I will attempt to describe my ratiocination on discipline based on the definitions of the word, history and my experience with babies and young children.
To instruct and to learn, as -methods or science of instruction and study- define -disciplinam- a Latin word. When we break this word, the part -disciple- is -the pupil- and is also -the instruction- and the word -nam- is the invariable part of the word serving here to conjunct or to unify the two. This word, like others, has traveled the countries, and like others have too, the definition of the -discipline- word, has entirely transformed.
In our not-so-perfect world, the word -discipline- as we
In my nanny world, I
Using my experience with babies, and, by adhering to the ancient Latin meaning of discipline, I positively believe that participant babies can be disciplined without them being aware of it and by saying this last I mean in a dreary way. Furtherly, I can say that is possible to change the negative behavior of humans through our babies simply by instituted them one-on-one; after all, they developed before birth, alone in the womb and they deserve all the attention!
Martha J. Escudero
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