Looking for infant education advice? Wondering why are some children are easier to discipline? It took educators more than 20 years of parent and baby watching to get the answer. Their conclusion is the deeper the parent-child connection, the easier discipline will be. And this connection starts to form at infant stage, and it depends on your infant education style. If you just had a baby, now it’s you time to start to build a solid connection with your baby. To help you appreciate the relationship between connection to your child and disciplining your child, In this page I will share with you some infant education tips:1)Respond to your baby’s criesBefore your actually hold your baby in your arms you will wonder,”how will I always know what my baby needs?” You will learn quickly because your baby will let you know. The key is to listen and observe. Babies are born with their earlier and strongest language which is Cry. A baby’s cry is designed to ensure that his needs for food, holding, rest and social interaction are met. Your baby’s cry also builds up his parents’ parenting skills. Responding to your baby’s cries is your first practice in discipling your baby. Therefore, when your baby cries, pick him up and comfort him. Don’t waste your time wondering, ” Will spoil her?”, Just do it.2) Breastfeed your babyThere is a special link between breastfeeding and discipline. Promoting desirable behavior requires that you know your child and help your child feel right. Breastfeeding helps you get to know your baby and provide the response that helps him feel right.3) Wear your babyBeginning in the early weeks, hold or wear your baby in a baby sling for as many hours a day as you and your baby enjoy. babywearing improves the way babies feel. The carried baby feels like a part of the parent’s world. babywearing helps the baby feel included and important, which creates a feeling of rightness that translates into better behavior and more opportunities for learning. The brain is stimulated through motion, increasing the baby’s intellectual capacity, a forerunner to the child’s ability to make appropriate sensory-motor adaptation in the future.4)Play with your babyWhat does playing have to do with discipline? you may wonder, play helps you know your baby’s capabilities and age-appropriate behaviors at each stage of development. It sets the stage for you and your baby or enjoy one another. It opens the door to a valuable discipline tool you will need at all stages of your child’s life—humor. To smile, laugh, and giggle your way through a situation sidesteps a conflict, gets the child’s attention, opening his mind to your discipline. Playing together gives your baby the message ” you are important to me.” a valuable feeling for growing self-esteem.5)Share sleep with your babyEvery family needs to work out a sleeping arrangement where all sleep best, and many educators believe nightmare environment that can best strengthen your parent-child attachment allows for baby sleeping near you. and also share sleep with your baby, baby’s overall physiological system works better when baby sleeps next to the mother. The cardiorespiratory system is more regulated, less stressed, less anxiety.6) Become a FacilitatorAt each stage of development, a child needs significant people who care about him and whom he cares about. These people act as facilitators, helping the child learn how to conduct himself in the world. The facilitator anticipates what the child needs at each stage of development in order to thrive. Thinking of yourself as a facilitator keeps you from hovering over and smothering your child with overprotection. Being on standby as needed helps you and your child negotiate an appropriate level of independent.A healthy attachment in infancy is likely to turn out a healthier adult. How a mother and infant spend the first year together makes a difference, probably for the rest of their lives.