2. A Baby's Brain is Twice as Hard-Working as That of an Adult

A baby's brain grows at an amazing rate, doubling its size by the time the child turns 12 months of age. To be able to cope with this fast development, it has around 1,000 trillion synapses - twice the number of synapses the average adult brain boasts! So, whenever you wonder what your mini-me is thinking, you can be sure there's a lot going on in that cute little head, even though the drool trail in the corner of her mouth may suggest otherwise.

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