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January 19, 2022



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By the age of three months, a baby’s eyes have grown about 2 millimeters to the size they will be for the rest of their lives. But the rest is a blank canvas that will become either a colorful masterpiece, or black and white smudges of a poorly drawn charcoal portrait. And it is us that, overwhelmingly, decides which it will be.

On average, a child learns at a much faster pace than adults do. And, by age three they have made some of the most significant gains in learning they will...



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