Most moms hope their kids end up smart and might even buy those Baby Einstein videos to give their little geniuses the edge. Yet here's what many moms don't know: You can also make babies smart before they're even born. "There is research to suggest that unborn babies are able to process and learn information during pregnancy from the external world," says Christine Weber, a clinical neuropsychologist in Seaford, New York. "Stimulation of neurons in the brain are enhanced by prenatal activities."
Start your baby on fast-track to a successful education with these prenatal pointers!
This article was originally published at The Stir. Reprinted with permission.
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