At the photo you can see my little baby boy, looking very happy. He is like that most of the time, but why is that? I can only guess, but I think it is pretty basic.
He needs enough sleep, and to not get too hungry. Science backs that up; these two factors have a big impact on happiness.
His basic psychological needs must be covered as well, which include feeling loved and secure. Furthermore he is always active, playing with his toes and rolling over. He challenges himself and keeps improving new skills, he explores new things, toys, foods etc.
All these factors play an important role in what makes him and ALL of us happy!

10 things scientifically proven to help us all become more happy*:

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Mom Baby Fitness | TJ Wellness

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Sometimes in order to get some exercise in you just have to do it with your baby. Once baby is sleeping there are just so many practical things you need to do, or maybe you simply need a little nap too. Here a video that I hope will inspire you to get started on exercising after giving birth. In some of the exercises your baby will be an additional weight, in some your baby will be there to motivate you with little sweet smiles and “cheering” you on and there will even be a bit of tummy time for your baby to ‘get in’ some exercise as well. Take this video as an inspiration to get started and most importantly have FUN with it, – both of you! Subscribe for more videos 😉