How to Have a Happy Baby

Ray from the land of mirror
Children Psychology
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My son writes but when he does he often writes in mirror form.

Or is that he writes as he sees them, and we learn to write in mirror form so that other people will seem the right way around.

I think that the latter is more likely.

As Chad Hansen argues, numerals are ideograms.

Cute, but also scary…redruM.

How to Have a Happy Baby
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