I don’t think so personally. I had bad postpartum anxiety with my daughter and didn’t take her to any baby groups until she was at least 6 months old and now she’s a very bright, funny and sociable 20 month old so it’s done nothing to hinder her development in our case but every baby is different. I have thought about taking my son but only as something to do, not because I think it’s important for his development. Xx
No, you only do things that are best for you both and if classes aren't what you want to do then that is fine! 😊 classes are great for meeting people outside your normal but you can do just as much for your little ones development at home.
No absolutely not - you do you. I actually went more to meet a few local mums and get inspiration for stimulating wee man
I've never taken my 19month old and I'm a teacher so you would have thought I would. Honestly I hate people I just ensure she has sensory opportunities at home and she's fine. She's socialable, not shy at all and seems very well rounded for a toddler. Do whatever works best for you and baby, if it's not your thing don't stress yourself out trying to force yourself to do it x