I had the honor joining a baby group with my little girl. She was 11 weeks old. It was a huge lesson for me to understand just how much information about developing a baby's brain is not very well known. Sure I went to the basic courses to understand about becoming a mother. What I found was that they offered basic practical advice, but most of the information did not speak about the emotional, mental and development of a baby's brain. I took for granted that I understood how to train children how to balance their emotions through creativity, but I had never thought that so many people still think that a 'baby would not understand' which is the term I hear quite often.
As a child, I remember having to meet my mom at her art college after I had attended school. I had heard about art so much that the last thing I wanted to do was art. I used to sit at the back of the room and do homework, or get on with my own personal hobbies. When I eventually decided to start the art program - it was extremely easy for me to grasp the techniques without much effort. I don't remember when I was 4 years old, but my mother told me how I would sit with her when she was creating pieces of art for her clients. At the time she was mostly doing graphic design projects.