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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Get FIT with your baby | TJ Wellness

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With my first born I often found myself sitting staring at him (enjoying him ;)), carrying him around and placing him different places… I wanted to do things with him, but when the babies are around 0-5 months old it can be a challenge to figure out what to do with the little one. This time I started doing these exercises with my baby and I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to share with you guys. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.