This essay focuses on simple games like peek. a very trusting adult. I trust other people and overall, I have confidence that life’s situations will turn out in a favorable way.
the infant will not trust other people when he or she is an adult. Example: As an adult I am very trusting of other people, sometimes too trusting. My mother explained to me that when I was about six months old I had a stomach virus that made me unable to digest food and I lost my appetite. She also described how she had to take me to different doctors and how she had to soothe me all the time as a baby. According to Erikson’s theory my mother took very good care of me as an infant which made me a very trusting adult. I trust other people and overall, I have confidence that life’s situations will turn out in a favorable way.
s grow and develop at an astounding rate. They learn to smile, roll over, sit up, wave, clap, pick objects up, crawl, babble, and some may even start saying a few words.
They learn to bond with and trust their caregivers and they often understand more than they are able to communicate. Babies enjoy music, movement, and simple games like peek. walking completely independently. They’ve also typically tripled their birth weight and grown around 6 to 8 inches by the time they’re a year old.