Did You Know That A Fathers Attention Can Increase Baby’s IQ?.. Here’s How Did You Know That A Fathers Attention Can Increase Baby’s IQ?.. Here’s How
Giving birth and breastfeeding mean that biologically the mother is the prime nurturer of a child. However, this doesn’t mean that fathers shouldn’t be... Did You Know That A Fathers Attention Can Increase Baby’s IQ?.. Here’s How

Giving birth and breastfeeding mean that biologically the mother is the prime nurturer of a child. However, this doesn’t mean that fathers shouldn’t be involved…

If you’re a new father, spending plenty of time with your baby could boost their mental development, a new study suggests.

British researchers looked at how 128 fathers interacted with their infants at three months of age. When the kids turned two, the researchers measured their mental development.

The study was published in Infant Mental Health Journal.

Gender not important

Infants whose fathers were more engaged and active when playing with them in their first few months of life did better on thinking skills tests at age two than other infants.

Many factors have a major influence on a child’s development, and this study wasn’t designed to prove a cause-and-effect relationship. But these findings suggest that father-child interactions at a young age are an influencing factor, the researchers said.

According to a Health24 article the foetus in the womb also benefits from experience as an essential component of prenatal brain development. A prenatal child’s specific experiences determine which connections are strengthened and expanded, and which connections are eliminated.

The researchers didn’t see any differences based on the gender of the baby. Dad’s interactions had a positive influence on thinking skills for both boys and girls.



Better cognitive development

“Even as early as three months, these father-child interactions can positively predict cognitive development almost two years later, so there’s something probably quite meaningful for later development, and that really hasn’t been shown much before,” study leader Paul Ramchandani said in an Imperial College London news release. He is a professor at the school’s department of medicine.

Study co-author Vaheshta Sethna said, “We also found that children interacting with sensitive, calm and less anxious fathers during a book session at the age of two showed better cognitive development, including attention, problem-solving, language and social skills.” She’s with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s College London.

“Our findings highlight the importance of supporting fathers to interact more positively with their children in early infancy,” Sethna said.

She added that sharing positive emotions and reading activities seem to be linked to bigger boosts in the child’s thinking skills.


Source: Health 24

Nkasiobi Chukwu

  • Thaddeus

    2017-06-01 #1 Author

    Great, am glad I have been spending plenty of time with my lovely daughter, Abigael.


    • Ana

      2017-08-31 #2 Author

      This is interesting glad hubby watching our baby so far 😊


      • Desiree

        2017-09-14 #3 Author

        This is so true, i hope that my son spending more time and be active always when he grow up.


        • Cielo

          2017-10-06 #4 Author

          This is good. Hehe. Nice to know that it would help in IQ of my daughter. 😊


  • Keisha Jones

    2017-06-01 #5 Author

    This is why I feel every child deserves a Father.


    • Mariaha

      2017-07-22 #6 Author

      Glad my son has his father


      • Latierra

        2017-08-15 #7 Author

        This is exactly why I’m so glad bout of my children’s dads are active in their life


        • Moshanna butler

          2017-08-26 #8 Author

          Yes every child derserve a father 💕


          • rose

            2017-08-28 #9 Author

            yes thanks to this information.. 😉

    • Kiya

      2017-08-30 #10 Author

      This is so true. I am dealing with this now. Hoping that one day my child’s father will be more active in her life.


  • Rashad Richards

    2017-06-01 #11 Author

    Wow That’s So Amazing. Now I Know The Reason My Daughter Love To Be Under Me At Night. ❤️


    • Earl Villaruz

      2017-10-17 #12 Author

      Blessed to have my husband who spend time to our little one after work. 😊


    • Earl Cawaling -Villaruz

      2017-10-17 #13 Author

      Blessed to have my husband. Who spend time with our little one after work. 😊


  • Shan Nichols

    2017-06-01 #14 Author

    I feel that its very important for all fathers to be involved in their kids lives while they still can. I lost my father when I was 8 years old and it just bothers me how some fathers neglect their kids


  • Antanya williams

    2017-06-01 #15 Author

    That’s y I want my son father to play a major part in his life


  • Markayla

    2017-06-02 #16 Author

    For the first 5 months my son father was very active n his life then he stopped will it still have the same effect on my bby even tho he isnt talking to him now


  • Vanessa

    2017-06-02 #17 Author

    I did not know this im glad i know now do sweet


  • Sreeshma Nair

    2017-06-03 #18 Author

    Oo .. thtz intersting … Dad’s do play a vital role in child development..


  • Anna

    2017-06-04 #19 Author

    Gladly my sons father plays major role in our child. He will surely be very happy to know this. ❤️


  • Jessica

    2017-06-04 #20 Author

    Blessed to have my daughter’s father in her life


  • Nikki Browning

    2017-06-05 #21 Author

    This article is so amazing, it really emphasizes the role of both parents in a child’s life rather than just the mother.


  • Ainslie Morgan

    2017-06-05 #22 Author

    Wow, luckily I came across this..I just told my 6 moths old baby father to NOT come bsck in her life and to just GO!


  • Natasha soto

    2017-06-05 #23 Author

    Love this article


  • Michelle patterson

    2017-06-05 #24 Author

    Very good information..


  • Courtney Beam

    2017-06-05 #25 Author

    I love it this is so true..


  • Ify

    2017-06-05 #26 Author

    True talk! Babies need love from their daddies as well. This works wonders in their development.


    • Tyrell

      2017-07-29 #27 Author

      Facts! Good stuff right here


  • Irena

    2017-06-05 #28 Author

    This is so true..thank u my dady 😉


  • Claribel

    2017-06-05 #29 Author

    Wow never knew….Noted!


  • Melody A. Bayle

    2017-06-06 #30 Author

    I’m glad I have a supportive husband who loves our son so much. He gives so much attention to our baby.❤


  • Adeniji Gbolahan

    2017-06-06 #31 Author

    The father figure is very essential……


  • Bryan

    2017-06-07 #32 Author

    Amazing… ❤💚💛💙💜🖤


  • Jasmine korb

    2017-06-07 #33 Author

    That is so good to know


  • KRYSTal

    2017-06-07 #34 Author

    That’s so cute no wonder why fathers bond


  • Brittany

    2017-06-08 #35 Author

    Glad my kids dad is active in their life


  • Ariel

    2017-06-08 #36 Author

    That’s a true blessing love to hear this


  • Lesha

    2017-06-09 #37 Author

    Very True . I Noticed In My Daughters Growth


  • Greece Joy

    2017-06-09 #38 Author

    Wow, amazing article. <3 that's why we want to give our time and love in our little one.



    2017-06-09 #39 Author

    I didn’t know the outcome of the interaction with father. I’m glad my son’s father is in his life and very active.


  • louela ann olden

    2017-06-10 #40 Author

    glad my husband finds time to be with our baby inspite of busy scheds of working commitment!..👍🏻


  • Mega

    2017-06-10 #41 Author

    Amazing, kudos to all fathers out there making a difference…thumbs up!


  • Lola

    2017-06-10 #42 Author

    That is amazing 😉


  • Raven

    2017-06-10 #43 Author

    Beautiful! So glad my fiancé constantly plays with our little one.


  • Nagaba Phionah

    2017-06-10 #44 Author

    Wow ,this is so amaizing ,I didn’t know that this can so be helpful to the baby ,thanks once again the Babies are beautiful ,indeed they are:)


  • Idrees Arshad

    2017-06-11 #45 Author

    i am glad to know this…
    and every time i go home see my lovely little daughter waiting for me .. every little child deserves a father… God blesss every child ‘


  • Bo Boateng.

    2017-06-11 #46 Author

    It makes sense…I pride myself on giving my kids as much attention out of my day n they always shock me with the things that they do.


  • Yuliya

    2017-06-12 #47 Author

    That is awesome


  • Yulanda King

    2017-06-12 #48 Author

    Dallas father talks to her everyday even in the womb


  • Shalonda

    2017-06-12 #49 Author

    I love to see the special moments the father gives to their sweet angel 😇


  • Abdiwahab Sheikh Ali

    2017-06-12 #50 Author

    Every father have to give time to spend the increasing of infant IQ. The efforts of the researcher is not something useless, but we have to benefit this study. Thanks for British researchers.


  • Melissa

    2017-06-12 #51 Author

    Never knew this! Glad daddy’s been talking to him since the womb!


  • Daja

    2017-06-12 #52 Author

    my nephew tj is always around his dad , he is only 3 Months and holds his own bottles


  • Amber

    2017-06-12 #53 Author

    Love learning new things


    • Jodeci

      2017-06-13 #54 Author

      So happy my daughters have their dad in their lives. Great article!


  • erione

    2017-06-12 #55 Author

    This is why I’m so blessed my sons father is in his life ❤️❤️


  • Barbara

    2017-06-13 #56 Author

    Wow this is special my son dad does this well!!


  • Dee

    2017-06-13 #57 Author

    Very Interesting topic. I will no longer hog my daughter from her father 👨‍👧❤️


  • DREE

    2017-06-13 #58 Author

    I love this article. Because I have always said from day one a father love and attention is so important to the development of a baby. Even a toddler. I notice my kids react different to me then they do their father


  • Quitnie burch

    2017-06-13 #59 Author

    I love this article I knew it was more to parenting than moms doing all the work. 😂😍


  • Jessica Gilliam

    2017-06-13 #60 Author

    My son gets very excited when he sees his father or even the sound of his voice makes him happy 😊


  • P Cuttah

    2017-06-13 #61 Author

    Woow this is a very interesting read! I believe the same effects are vice versa to the father as well! I have never been as focused in life as I am now! A smile from my daughter is all I need to get moving for the day! My reason to keep grinding hard each day! 👌🏾


  • Areyonne

    2017-06-13 #62 Author

    This is why I think every kid needs a father


  • Khaliah

    2017-06-13 #63 Author

    This is why I think every kid needs a father & I am glad I have an supportive Baby father that heps with our child as much ass he can.


  • Kamala

    2017-06-13 #64 Author

    A Fathers love is very important to a child I think this is beautiful


  • Kamala moore

    2017-06-13 #65 Author

    A fathers love is very important I love this


  • Rakeyla

    2017-06-14 #66 Author

    Im glad my daughter father plays a major role in our child. He will surely be very happy to know this.


  • Rakeyla Anderson

    2017-06-14 #67 Author

    Im glad my daughter father plays a major role in her life


  • Deepa rajan

    2017-06-14 #68 Author

    Now we know the reason why daddy’s are always special 😊 Thanks for the info. A very positive note.


    • Joana Rosa Espina

      2017-09-05 #69 Author

      This is a great article that i can share to my partner.. Thank you for the information ☺


  • Tasha

    2017-06-14 #70 Author

    I think my baby is a mommas boy but when he sees his father it is so different the way that they interact with each other. Based on what this article says I’ll get my husband to take him to his play dates to get more quality time in!!!!


  • jaunrel l. segovia

    2017-06-14 #71 Author

    Thats why im trying to be a father with my nephew who left by his father after he was shoot to dead two years ago


    • Nisha

      2017-06-25 #72 Author

      That’s wonderful please do


  • Aeriona

    2017-06-14 #73 Author

    I would have never known this is very interesting 😌


  • Al

    2017-06-15 #74 Author

    This is a great article. Since becoming a new father I try to start early talking to my baby and teaching her things even if she may not understand them now 😊


  • Usman Jamilu Yasin

    2017-06-15 #75 Author

    I never knew this before, as from today and henceforth I will start talking and spending more time with my adorable 2month old Zunairah, I would really like to be a special and wonderful dad to my daughter…wow this is article is so interesting and informative.


  • Usman Jamilu Yasin

    2017-06-15 #76 Author

    I never knew this before, as from today and henceforth I will start talking and spending more time with my adorable 2month old Zunairah, I would really like to be a special and wonderful dad to my daughter…wow this article is so interesting and informative.


  • Tatyana Watkins

    2017-06-16 #77 Author

    That’s true I feel a mother’s love is different from a father’s love.


  • Tatyana Watkins

    2017-06-16 #78 Author

    That’s true, I feel a mothers love is different from a fathers love


  • Aisha Crawford

    2017-06-16 #79 Author

    This is great no wonder my daughters are attached to their dad 😍💕


  • Keith

    2017-06-16 #80 Author

    This is beautiful I Am So Glad I’ve Been In My Daugther Life This Just Motivated Me More


  • Usman Jamilu Yasin

    2017-06-16 #81 Author

    i am just hearing this for the first time,now and henceforth i will be talking and spending nice time with my adorable cutie 2 months old daughter zunairah. wow i love this article, it is inspiring and interesting.


  • Heather Alexander

    2017-06-16 #82 Author

    This was an awesome article so very blessed my children have their father in their lives!!!


  • Jazz

    2017-06-16 #83 Author

    Thankful my daughters farther plays a major role in her life


  • Alagra

    2017-06-16 #84 Author

    I’m so glad my sisters father is in her life, she is such a happy baby


  • Mysha

    2017-06-17 #85 Author

    This is great , have to show my Fiancé, had no idea


  • Jasmin Kidd

    2017-06-18 #86 Author

    I never knew that, but I’m happy I know now!


  • Lesedi Bapela

    2017-06-18 #87 Author

    Wow. i don’t know. i will definitely give my son more attention now.


  • Tamara

    2017-06-18 #88 Author

    This is why my kids spend time with their dad and I love it.


  • thabile

    2017-06-19 #89 Author

    it melts my heart to see caring fathers in the world we are living in right now… how cute!! they have all my respect #bow-down


  • Samantha

    2017-06-20 #90 Author

    I believe this is true!!


  • Quentin

    2017-06-21 #91 Author

    I truly believe this and I spend every single day with my son since birth and he’ll be 4months July 4


  • Andrea

    2017-06-23 #92 Author

    Yeah this is true ,my husband always sings and plays with our one year old daughter thats why our daughter knows already the tone of alphabet song and others and can determine some of animals. Father has always a big part in childs growth so it is very important that they make time for their child.


  • Kyandria

    2017-06-23 #93 Author

    I never knew that. I will be sure to share this article


  • Santerica

    2017-06-24 #94 Author

    They love it when dad is always active


  • Chris

    2017-06-24 #95 Author

    I had no clue. Even tho I do spend plenty of time with my infant daughter.


  • maica

    2017-06-25 #96 Author

    nice! i’ll let my husband to baby sit our daughters whole day ..


  • Nisha

    2017-06-25 #97 Author

    This is a beautiful find


  • Mona

    2017-06-26 #98 Author

    Lovely dad 😍😍😍amazing tho


  • Lafarris Winston

    2017-06-26 #99 Author

    This is great to know cause I spend all my time with my little girl


  • Gail

    2017-06-26 #100 Author

    This is Amazing 😲😍💜❤️


  • Ashley willams

    2017-06-28 #101 Author

    I really happy my kids have their dad in their lives


  • Jocelyn Vercher-Johnson

    2017-06-29 #102 Author

    My husband talked to both of our daughters while in the womb. Our middle child is extremely gifted, she’s going to 3rd and reading on a 4th grade reading level. And our youngest came 7 weeks early and is very alert, she understand everything you tell her and she copy gestures. She’s very smart, if you’ve ever met her, you wouldn’t believe she came early. She and her dad’s bond is adorable.


  • Jessica

    2017-07-07 #103 Author

    Beautiful read! ❤️


  • Kita skiffer

    2017-07-08 #104 Author

    I have had two children and never knew that


  • Siboniso

    2017-07-08 #105 Author

    Wow that’s great news, That’s why I make sure I spend most of my time with my Baby Amandla


  • K clark

    2017-07-08 #106 Author

    This is a great article


  • Gabe

    2017-07-08 #107 Author

    That’s interesting. I’m glad I’m an active father in my daughters life.


  • Sharnita

    2017-07-10 #108 Author

    Fathers are essential. I definitely agree with the brain development.


  • Pierce Allain T Ramirez

    2017-07-10 #109 Author

    I did not know this atleast this article give me idea, I should keep active with my son.


  • Kim

    2017-07-12 #110 Author

    There is nothing like a bond between father and child


  • Annielyn Piabol

    2017-07-13 #111 Author

    No wonder why my little man is so smart and very attached to his father! He is hands on father to our son and always finds quality time for our son!


  • sid

    2017-07-13 #112 Author

    that is so good to know..❤


  • Jay

    2017-07-14 #113 Author

    Just became a father and I’m obsessed with my lil man


  • Serati

    2017-07-14 #114 Author

    Wow i am glad that my partner takes part in his daughter’s development. He takes her for check ups and also assist with feeding her


  • Justin puckett

    2017-07-17 #115 Author

    I spend every min( that I’m not at work) with my two beautiful daughters! Both are very bright and smart! One is 3 and the oldest is 9. I have always taken the time to set down and have a convo with them before bedtime. Still to this day, they both lay in their beds and wait for me to come talk to them before they fall asleep!!!! Truly are daddies girls!!!!


  • darline claire

    2017-07-19 #116 Author

    this article is really amazing..!
    i love to see father and son bonding each other..


    • mayrell angel

      2017-09-07 #117 Author

      its great to know about this things. Thanks for the info


  • nicole pullen

    2017-07-19 #118 Author

    This is why every child needs their father in their life. Great read.. I’m forwarding the article to my husband he likes to read things like this..


  • Brian

    2017-07-20 #119 Author

    Noted…This is amazing.


  • Precious

    2017-07-21 #120 Author

    I think every child should have a father .. I love to see good fathers with their kids .this is so amazing ..I love it 😍


  • Tiesha Bell

    2017-07-22 #121 Author

    Amazing every child deserves a father in their life.


  • Mariaha

    2017-07-22 #122 Author

    Glad my son has his father in his life


  • Phylicia

    2017-07-26 #123 Author

    Waaaow happy my son father is in his life.


  • UB

    2017-07-27 #124 Author

    That’s amazing, that’s why it’s very important for children to have their father on their lives!


  • Mummy Newton

    2017-07-27 #125 Author

    Father’s need to create time 4 their kids, it’s important… I would love to hv my husband spend tym with the kids bcos derz notin as interesting as raising a smart Baby


  • J McClenton

    2017-08-02 #126 Author

    This is a great article! It is so imperative that a child’s father is in his or her life because he influence that a man can have on his child as well as the influence the child can have on the man is beautiful! Nevertheless, priceless.


  • Orlando

    2017-08-03 #127 Author

    Great pics, Unbreakable bond


  • Thabang

    2017-08-03 #128 Author

    This is a great article , i’d encourage many first time dad to read it especially for those who are no longer in relationship with mom’s.


  • Joash

    2017-08-04 #129 Author

    I didnt know this, very good info to have


  • Joash

    2017-08-04 #130 Author

    I didnt know this, very good info to know


  • Jose

    2017-08-04 #131 Author

    I did not know this. But I always made it a priority to assure that my son knows that I love him and always show him nothing but love.


  • Veronica

    2017-08-04 #132 Author

    Aw how cute such a loving father


  • Arlene Henson

    2017-08-07 #133 Author

    I’m glad that my baby realy love by my husband from the start that we found out I was pregnant


  • Veli Sitole

    2017-08-07 #134 Author

    Wow, Good thing i have been spending time with my daughter since day one.


  • Nene

    2017-08-07 #135 Author

    Its a great feeling that my babies have their Papa spending time with them…


  • Shakena

    2017-08-08 #136 Author

    This is amazing


  • Vanessa

    2017-08-10 #137 Author

    He’s about to have his daughter all the time lol


  • Porsha

    2017-08-21 #138 Author

    That’s awsome I really think that’s good


  • Lisa Lewis

    2017-08-22 #139 Author

    This article was to informative. I’m so happy that my baby and her father have that great bond and he play a great role in her life.


  • Lorena Ramirez

    2017-08-23 #140 Author

    I’m glad my son has the best father ever 🤗 When they are together I have 2 kids at home 😁


  • meyvilline

    2017-08-24 #141 Author

    this article gives important informations. glad to read it. i’m happy that my baby and husband play and bond with each other 🙂


  • Kanesha Jenkins

    2017-08-24 #142 Author

    This is so true because I’m a single mother and it seems like other children with fathers in the their catch on to things like being potty trained! That’s the thing I’m having the hardest time with,I have a little boy and I must admit that its a job tryna teach him what his dad should is really hard😣but I got this its just taking a lot of discipline😍😘


  • Clayton Busiku

    2017-08-26 #143 Author

    This is enlightening. I wish I could spend more time with my baby girl. Work and the fact that her mother and I do not stay together has made it difficult. Sometimes it’s like she doesn’t know who I am and it’s heart breaking.


  • Mbali

    2017-08-26 #144 Author

    Wow that’s amazing… Noted!


  • Mbali

    2017-08-26 #145 Author

    Wow amazing… Noted!


  • Laureta Djimbi

    2017-08-26 #146 Author

    This article is very enriching especially for us Africans because in our society the education of the children is very often delegated to the mother and the dad are very often absent this article could awaken the consciences


  • Tonnesha Nicole

    2017-08-28 #147 Author

    Very interesting article. Im glad my child’s father is very active in her life.


  • Hope

    2017-08-28 #148 Author

    Yas! That’s why my daughter keeps calm when she’s with her dad. 😍😘😘 So blessed to have them.


  • bhii camacam

    2017-08-29 #149 Author

    So blessed to have my kids father with us.. they always find quality time together. This is a great article 😊


  • Jacky Pama Valencia

    2017-08-30 #150 Author

    Oh now i know coz my baby loves to play with her Daddy and always calling him evrytime she go to sleep and after she wakes up…


  • cherry mae c. palacat

    2017-08-30 #151 Author

    I will definitely tell my husband about this


  • Arians Cook

    2017-08-31 #152 Author

    Fathers play a major role in their children’s life. My kids dad is gone a lot and even when my youngest son was 6 months and he would see his dad over fb messenger video he would start babbling nonstop da da da da da da da. It’s amazing how smart babies are and how they recognize energy including their fathers.


  • Ana Marie Emerenciana

    2017-09-01 #153 Author

    So blessed to have a husband who always spend plenty of time with our baby..


  • Passion

    2017-09-01 #154 Author

    I can believe this frfr! Dallas’s dad gives him SOOOOOO much attention & he’s VERY clever! ❤️


  • Hemali

    2017-09-02 #155 Author

    My son is Lucky! He has the best dad Bhaumik, who is 100% attentive to my kid.


  • Elisabeth awom

    2017-09-02 #156 Author

    Ilove this article


  • Kesha

    2017-09-04 #157 Author

    That’s why we are going to spend so much time with our son soon.


  • joevelyn

    2017-09-04 #158 Author

    im so glad to read this article it gives us more informations that we did not know


  • Aileen Delfin

    2017-09-04 #159 Author

    I’m glad my baby’s father is here with us again!:)


  • Kalpana

    2017-09-04 #160 Author

    Thank God my baby’s father is always available whan she need😍


  • Shirley Yap

    2017-09-05 #161 Author

    Indeed! That is why even how busy my husband was,he’s still gave time for his princess to play with and had some fun.


  • Joana Rosa Espina

    2017-09-05 #162 Author

    This is a great article that i can share to my partner.. Thankyou for the information ☺


  • Nancy

    2017-09-07 #163 Author

    Correct!IThat’s why Im so thankful with my husband he is family oriented and we are his priority.


  • Breann

    2017-09-08 #164 Author

    This is very interesting. I love this article. I will be sharing this with all of the fathers I know !


  • Rona Itac-Sagun

    2017-09-08 #165 Author

    glad that my husband finds time to be with our baby inspite of busy scheds of working commitment!


  • Maia

    2017-09-08 #166 Author

    Such an interesting article. Definitely share this with my hubby..To more dad & baby bonding moments..


  • Israel

    2017-09-08 #167 Author

    This makes me feel like the best dad ever!!


  • Jemina

    2017-09-09 #168 Author

    Good thing my Husband spend a lot of time with our Son. ❤️😍


  • Ying

    2017-09-09 #169 Author

    Good help for soon to be father out there☺


  • Elixahbeth

    2017-09-10 #170 Author

    Amazing! i love this article


  • Chy

    2017-09-10 #171 Author

    This is a perfect article that i can share.to.my partner..glad i found it.!i.love tnis article!!


  • rhizza

    2017-09-11 #172 Author

    Good thing my Husband spend a lot of time with our baby girl . he is very hands on to our little angel.


  • She

    2017-09-11 #173 Author

    Will surely share it to my hubby. Great article! 👍


  • Gia

    2017-09-12 #174 Author

    I will share it to my husband. 😍❤️


  • Jerome

    2017-09-12 #175 Author

    Love this Article:)


  • Jocelyn dipasupil

    2017-09-12 #176 Author

    Wow amazing That’s why all child has had a father
    I will read it to my husband


  • Arnel

    2017-09-13 #177 Author

    Now I know. Thanks


  • Jocelyn Hidalgo

    2017-09-13 #178 Author

    Blessed and glad to have a loving father to my kids


  • NeQuan Wilson

    2017-09-13 #179 Author

    This article is very interesting. Especially due to the fact that my IQ score was recently 140. My father never played a active role in life. With that being said, no matter where you come from. It can stop you from where you going to.


  • Nequana Durham

    2017-09-13 #180 Author

    This article is very interesting. Especially due to the fact that my IQ score was recently 140. My father never played a active role in life. With that being said, no matter where you come from. It can’t stop you from where you going to.


  • Christine joy salvador

    2017-09-14 #181 Author

    This is so true!😍


  • Ogueri-Obaro Eden

    2017-09-14 #182 Author

    I totally agree with the author. The relationship of my hubby and daughter proves it all. At 20 months today, my daughter can sing all the nursery rymes she’s exposed to, expresses herself and socialises very well.


  • Donna

    2017-09-14 #183 Author

    Al Sandie,check this love..


  • Charisbell Ampoloquio

    2017-09-14 #184 Author

    Im so glad my husband is so hands on w/ our little one ♥️ -Thanks daddy😘


  • Tequila

    2017-09-14 #185 Author

    This a very interesting find


  • luna amarah

    2017-09-14 #186 Author

    amazing! love to see the special moments between father and hia child…how i miss my dad so much.


  • Brandi

    2017-09-15 #187 Author

    Every child need there father my oldest father has never been around and she’s getting to the age were she starting to act out my son father died but he’s understand what happened and why he isn’t here and my 5 month old loves her daddy she would prefer him over me any day


  • Robert Sasoy

    2017-09-15 #188 Author

    Maybe that is the reason why my child is so smart.
    Nice article


  • fana

    2017-09-15 #189 Author

    I love babies. …being a father means alot


  • Jean Emilie Culala

    2017-09-16 #190 Author

    And also their emotional quotient😊😊😊 it is really important to talk and play with our children..


  • Jaja

    2017-09-16 #191 Author

    Well I’m glad my live-in partner did that to our first and still doing it up to now with our 2nd baby. 😊


  • Racquel Rodriguez

    2017-09-17 #192 Author

    Glad that my son’s father is very responsible and he loves to interact and talk to our baby. No wonder if my child will grow smart and intelligent someday. Love this article 😍


  • Cucai Manrique

    2017-09-17 #193 Author

    So true. My 3 kids are all honor students. I guess my husband played a big factor. 🙂 Thanks to my husband for spending quality time with them.


  • Ethel Joy Pangilinan

    2017-09-19 #194 Author

    Im so glad because my son’s daddy is very handson and very responsible☺luckily to have you my partner😉


  • Tracy Salvador

    2017-09-19 #195 Author

    Im so lucky with my husband…


  • florence odero

    2017-09-20 #196 Author

    that’s so amazing…a father is the most important person in the family…thanks for these article we gonna try these out.


  • Tolu bazuaye

    2017-09-20 #197 Author

    This is soooo true..
    Am glad hubby has been doing a great job so far…


  • Yara

    2017-09-21 #198 Author

    This is nice to know. Very interesting! 🙂


  • Tolu Bazuaye

    2017-09-21 #199 Author

    This is soooo true…
    Thank God for giving my kids a very good and responsible dad!


  • Roxan del Rosario

    2017-09-22 #200 Author

    wow amazing I should give more time for father and daughter bonding moments..


  • Genesis centeno

    2017-09-22 #201 Author

    True’ 😍 That’s why I loved my daughter 😊 I Love playing with my daughter 😍


  • Edelyn Tesorero

    2017-09-22 #202 Author

    WOW GREAT ARTICLE! I am glad my husband spending plenty of time with our daughter inspite od busy scheds of working! 😍💕


  • Cookie

    2017-09-25 #203 Author

    This is really interesting🤔


  • Sharmaine Tiu Collados

    2017-09-25 #204 Author

    Woah! This is nice 😉


  • merlin christine

    2017-09-25 #205 Author

    this is really nice article 😊😊


  • Jonah Jean Aguila

    2017-09-26 #206 Author

    That’s true! That’s why I let my husband play with my son most of the time, it also builds a father & son bond. Very inspiring article! 😊


  • Winbell Julian

    2017-09-26 #207 Author

    Yhup that is true! My hubby and my princess are so adorable when they playing👧💕 nice article👍everyone must be know this.


  • Eden Mae Dela Cruz

    2017-09-26 #208 Author

    Sadly my husband works overseas and will be back after 9 months. Just right after our baby turns 1.


  • Hazel

    2017-09-27 #209 Author

    Wooow! I know thats why daddy loves baby so mucj


  • wendy

    2017-09-28 #210 Author

    now i know that my baby are so smart😘


  • wendy

    2017-09-28 #211 Author

    good to know that,,now i know why my baby is so smart,,because of her dad😍


  • Haley Turpin

    2017-09-28 #212 Author

    Need To Share This With All Fathers Nationwide


  • Zyra

    2017-09-28 #213 Author

    I love this article. Thank you God for giving me a loving father to my beautiful daughter.


  • Daisy Jane Bausa

    2017-10-01 #214 Author

    nice article its true and im blessed i have a hubby who loves to play and interact with our baby even after a long tiring hours of work. That’s why we have a jolly smart baby at 2mos


  • Meagan

    2017-10-02 #215 Author

    I love this article, our son is fortunate to have such an amazing father. It really does make a difference ❤


  • Josie jandoquile

    2017-10-03 #216 Author

    This is interesting.. before my son dont like his father
    Dont know why ,maybe because his father always at work, but. Then i told my husband play a little time with him . From then he they bond more often ..


  • Donally Ann Francisco

    2017-10-04 #217 Author

    Nee to share this so that every father will know 😍😍😍


  • Mariah douglas

    2017-10-04 #218 Author

    This is so true I love this , a father can make a huge difference.


  • Kaycee Dela Cruz

    2017-10-04 #219 Author

    I love this article…
    Good thing that my husband always interact with our sin even when he is still in my womb…
    Hubby always find time to intearct and play with our son…
    Thanks hubby for being an amazing father.


  • Tiara London

    2017-10-06 #220 Author

    I’m a daddy’s girl lol and so is my daughter❤️. A fathers love and attention is important.


  • Maricris Navarro

    2017-10-06 #221 Author

    this article is so interesting! really nice to know! salute to all the fathers out there! 🙂


  • Deja usher

    2017-10-10 #222 Author

    This is good to know I never knew this… I will make sure my daughter is very close with her daddy when she gets to come home…


  • Hariesh Shree

    2017-10-10 #223 Author

    Very Good Article. This one helps me to spend too much of time with my son 🙂


  • Maite

    2017-10-13 #224 Author

    My doughter will have a high iq then #daddyslittlegirl


  • Alyanna

    2017-10-15 #225 Author

    I just hope my daughter can spend her time with her father also like other babies. 😔


  • Doren

    2017-10-16 #226 Author

    I’m glad my babys daddy loves to spend time with her


  • vanessa

    2017-10-17 #227 Author

    So glad that my husband love our baby so much 🙂 <3


  • Alvin P

    2017-10-18 #228 Author

    Thats why im always by side of my daughter😁


  • Unbeatable lizzy

    2017-10-19 #229 Author

    Exactly the more reason it’s important for a father to always be there


  • Deshunda Loft

    2017-10-19 #230 Author

    Wow! I had no idea! However, I have always felt very strongly about father’s being present in their children’s lives. Every child deserves both parents. I feel so blessed to have a husband that actively interacts with our 3 month old daily, and he absolutely LOVES it!


  • Carla

    2017-10-23 #231 Author

    I’m so happy to know this and greatful that my husband always give time to play and cuddle with our little ones.


  • Chinni Narra

    2017-10-23 #232 Author

    Great info … Will surly help a new parents


  • Kiana

    2017-10-23 #233 Author

    Why most children need both of their parents in their life . great article !


  • John

    2017-10-24 #234 Author

    Its great read this awesome article…i bet this will make me a better father


  • Dreeann

    2017-10-26 #235 Author

    Thats amazing and i feel so blessed that my daughters dad shows her so much attention


  • Josephine

    2017-10-29 #236 Author

    I’m very happy to read this from the article….I know this will very much interest my husband and help the baby grow smart and intelligent



    2017-10-30 #237 Author

    Wooo.. Really? This is great. ❤❤❤


  • Ideozu Owuzechi Umasom

    2017-11-01 #238 Author

    Wow, it amazing. Never knew this at all.
    Tnx for d knowledge


  • Shawnette

    2017-11-02 #239 Author

    So true…..this exactly why I encourage my son father to be in his life as much as possible.


  • Jushmine claire villavicencio

    2017-11-03 #240 Author

    This is awesome. 💘


  • Latoya moorr

    2017-11-04 #241 Author

    Wow!!! I really had no idea. I love ❤ this article


  • Latoya moore

    2017-11-04 #242 Author

    Wow!!!! I love ❤ this article ! It’s great. I had no idea


  • Melton Mullings

    2017-11-05 #243 Author

    I believe this because me and my son have great chemistry like two brothers


  • Bongiwe Stellar Shabangu

    2017-11-08 #244 Author

    I wish all fathers can be more involved in their child’s life rather than just taking care of them financially.


  • Rose

    2017-11-11 #245 Author

    This is so cool! It is worth to share to understand tHe important role of the fathers in our lives.


  • Jennifer Padua

    2017-11-11 #246 Author

    This is so true. My baby giggles a lot when he’s playing with his dad.
    Great article! ❤😊


  • Jennifer Padua

    2017-11-11 #247 Author

    This is so true. Our son giggles a lot when he’s playing with his dad. It’s a good view whenever they bond together ❤


  • Perpito

    2017-11-13 #248 Author

    Beautiful article. Too bad some babies don’t get to meet their fathers


  • Shanice taylor

    2017-11-14 #249 Author

    This is great information to know


  • Maddi

    2017-11-14 #250 Author

    That’s amazing to know that the interaction of the father helps increase the IQ of a growing and developing baby.


  • Malasa

    2017-11-16 #251 Author

    I totally agree.I spend a lot of time with my daughter


  • Monika Diaz

    2017-11-17 #252 Author

    A father’s role is just as important as a mother’s role. Our roles provide two sides of experience and education.


  • Chrispus Mbogo

    2017-11-20 #253 Author

    Very nice read right there… Thanks for sharing


  • Roopanshu Patel

    2017-11-20 #254 Author

    i have 8 months old baby girl, thank for this article.


  • Jerica

    2017-11-21 #255 Author

    This the reason I’m happy my child father is in his life !!


  • Breon

    2017-11-23 #256 Author

    Great info…this is really amazing to know, love spending time with my children!


  • A-ONE

    2017-11-23 #257 Author

    I think this is how God designed it to be! The mother might be more nurturing, but the father’s role is just as important. But either way trust in the Lord’s directions for the baby, if there is no father nor mother, teach the child Psalm 27:10 When my father and mother forsake me, then the Lord will take me up. We can never go wrong with the most high!


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