Did you know that mother's day has existed in various incarnations for a long time, i.e., Mothering Sunday, Matronalia, Hilaria.
I watched Annie Murphy's talk on what we learn before we're born. I wanted to watch it yesterday, but my sound stopped working. It took me a day and a half to sort through online troubleshooting and somehow mysteriously get my browser to play audio. Anyway...
Murphy said: "Learning is one of life's most essential activities and it begins much earlier than we ever imagined. ...Some of the most important learning we ever do happens before we're born, while we're still in womb."
You may have heard about the carrot juice or licorice studies that influence a baby's taste preferences or that babies best recognize and prefer their mother's voice. Murphy discussed reasons for this "visceral and consequential" period of fetal learning and the impacts it has on the person's entire life.
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Related: Father's Day, Grandparents Day