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Looking to make your baby smarter?

IRVINE, CA …

Over the past two months, is has produced an uproar among parents about the baby Einstein toys and unfounded claims that the toys you make a baby smarter. In view of this, Boot Camp for new parents who reminds parents reasoned there is a way to increase your baby's intelligence – through time with dad.

Greg Bishop, author of two books on fatherhood and the founder of Boot Camp for New Parents (http://www.bcnd.org) non-profit orientation program for fathers-to-be, operating in over 260 hospitals, clinics, schools, fire stations and churches around America North and internationally, has worked with hundreds of thousands of parents in the past 19 years.

The bishop and thousands of parents (and mothers) know that when is to increase a child's intelligence, Dad is the best baby toy. According to a recent article in Parents magazine, playing time may seem very funny, but it is actually "work" your child. In the article, Marilyn Segal, PhD, program director of early childhood studies at the University Nova Southeastern in Fort Lauderdale said: "Time to Play helps a child develop social, intellectual language, and problem solving skills."

According ParentsAsTeachers.org: "There are certain aspects of masculine styles that support a child's intellectual development. Parents often have a special interest in the capacity of analysis, such as mathematics and solving problems. Dad's attention can be combined with the mother to effect how children think in their own abilities and effect how well they do in school. "

Research has shown that the dad is destined to become partner primary games of the baby. In fact, two thirds of babies aged six months to choose parent playtime. Then the vision Bishop shares his first book, hit the ground crawling on the role played by parents who ultimately helps the baby's brain development:

Why a baby takes dad to play. Infants notice immediately after birth that the father sees, smells, feels and sounds different mom. As the weeks pass, a baby note that while the mother is protective and soothing, Dad is more recreational, physical and sometimes very surprising. When a baby is restless, fathers tend to tickle or lift the baby in the air. A baby will begin to recognize the difference and anticipate something exciting Father's voice.

As months pass, the first thing a baby begins to think when the father enters the room is "play time!" Mom and dad are different style of play and a baby knows. While a mother can steady the blocks that are about to fall, fathers or even dropped push them.

complements the style of Papa Mama. Although it may conflict sometimes adventurous role parent complement that of mother and the combination is what turns out well-rounded children. Dads new challenges and encourage your baby to explore their world. Playtime Dad helps with the infant's physical health, intellectual and social development and leads to great qualities later in life, like good relationships with their peers, a knowledge of the limits and a spirit of adventure.

Babies grow up playing. Never underestimate the power of play and so parents are happy to crawl along the floor and really get time to play with your baby. For example, the skills of three months learning to play a simple game of "peek-a-boo" include observation, language, coordination, communication, exploration, problem solving, socialization, pace, creativity and humor. Other games work on the skill, balance, confidence, strength and momentum.

According to Bishop, "Research has shown that children whose parents are a constant, positive force in their lives do better socially, intellectually and physically. A father's style of play is different from a mother and how they interact with their baby different, it's a good thing. Parents do not realize, but what they bring to the table is simply indispensable. "

One of Boot Camp's parents new mom summarizes how a brain father of her child benefits in a recent email, "What will drive the development of a better baby infant massage, listening to Mozart and" baby rocket scientist 'DVD's in total? Have a practice daddy! "

Boot Camp for New Dads

Now celebrating 19 years Boot Camp for New Parents is nationally acclaimed as "Best Practice" for preparing men to be fathers and has been named a U.S. Navy Model Program. Boot Camp for new parents has prepared more than 200,000 men for fatherhood over the years.

Currently, Greg Bishop and 400 Boot Camp Trainers conducting workshops in 44 states and the U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force.

With over 4.1 million births (National Center for Health Statistics), and approximately 1.5 million people become new parents each year, is more important than ever for parents to realize that being a provider of "good" is only part of the central role as they have in the lives of their children.

For more information about the Boot Camp for new parents, visit www.bcnd.org . To arrange an interview with Greg Bishop, please contact sdubin@prworkzone.com , (781) 582-1061.

National and International Locations

Boot Camp for New Dads locations include ALASKA (Anchorage), ARIZONA (Chandler, Flagstaff, Gilbert, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City), Arkansas (Jonesboro, Paragould, Springdale), CALIFORNIA (Hills Apple Valley, Bakersfield, Fresno, Garden Grove, Irvine, Laguna, Wood, Merced, Mission Hills, Oakland, Orange, Pomona, Port Hueneme, San Diego, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara, S. Lake Tahoe, Travis, Valley Springs), Colorado (Aurora, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins, Fort Carson, Greeley, Longmont Bristol, Thornton, Wheat Ridge), Connecticut (, Danbury, New London), FLORIDA (Brandon, Clearwater, Hollywood, Jacksonville, North Palm Beach, Orlando, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach, Sarasota, Tampa), Georgia (Atlanta, Elberton, Gainesville, Marietta, Savannah); HAWAII (Pearl Harbor, Schofield), Illinois (Aurora, Carbondale, Champaign, Chicago, East St. Louis, Evanston, Freeport, Geneva, Great Lakes, Highland Park, Libertyville, Moline, Oak Park, Rockford, Springfield, Urbana, Winfield) INDIANA (Anderson, Bluffton, Hammond, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Kokomo) IOWA (Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Jefferson, Sioux City), Kansas (Exit City, Topeka), Kentucky (Paducah), Louisiana (Covington), Maine (Auburn, Augusta, Bangor, Brunswick, Ellsworth, Waterville); Maryland (Annapolis) MASSACHUSETTS (Beverly, Ipswich, Lowell, Nantucket, Plymouth, Weymouth, Springfield), Michigan (Ann Arbor, Bay City, Centreville, Iron Mountain, Ithaca, Kalamazoo, Niles, St. Joseph, Ypsilanti) MINNESOTA (Brainerd, Duluth, Robbinsdale) Mississippi (Tupelo), MISSOURI (Jefferson City), Montana (Billings, Helena, the Miles City), Nebraska (Kearney, Lincoln, Omaha), Nevada (Las Vegas) New Hampshire (Manchester, Portsmouth), New Jersey (Princeton) NEW YORK (Glens Falls, Little Falls, Mineola, Rome, Utica), NC (Burlington, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Concord, Fort Bragg, Greensboro, Monroe, Raleigh, Shelby); NORTH Dakota Heights (Grand Forks), Ohio (Akron, Cleveland, Columbus, East Cleveland, East Liverpool, Garfield Heights, Lima, Lorain, Mayfield Heights, Middleburg, Orange Claremore Villa Portsmouth, Toledo, Warren, Westlake, Youngstown) OKLAHOMA (, Oklahoma City, Tulsa), Oregon (Corvallis, McMinnville, Salem, Silverton) SOUTH CAROLINA (Columbia, Pickens, Walhalla), Tennessee (Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis) TEXAS (Amarillo, Dallas, Fort Hood, Longview, Lubbock, Plano, San Antonio, Texarkana, Waco, Webster), Vermont (Barre, Brattleboro, Middlebury), Virginia (Charlottesville, Chesapeake, Hampton, Richmond) WASHINGTON (Everett, Florence Fairchild AFB, Longview, Olympia, Puyallup, Yakima) West Virginia (Wheeling), Wisconsin (Green Bay, Madison, Oshkosh, Watertown, Wausau), Japan (Atsugi, Yokosuka), Italy (Sicily), also known as United Kingdom [hit the ground tracking] (Birmingham, Liverpool)

 

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