Susie Mallett

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Saturday, 18 August 2012

First steps


'Summer flower' 2012


I wonder whether this film could be used to describe conductive upbringing.


I love the way that this mum gently insists that her toddler spends a bit longer trying out its new found legs and arms. It is amazing how delicately she moves a hand to the right position so baby can hold its weight on its arm and how she knows exactly how little she should help so a movement can take place.

As a conductor I learnt a lot from this gorilla mum!



1 comment:

  1. This is a difficult one. This baby gorilla presumably has an intact CNS but I do wonder what would be the situation were it damaged and the dependent mother-child link therefore disrupted.

    Andrew

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