Uncover the baby-parent scented dialogue

New parent, let your baby smell you.

Lise Eliot, Ph.D., assistant professor of neuroscience at the Chicago Medical School says that babies can detect their mother’s armpits from feet away.

In Women’s Health article “Why Do Babies Smell So Good? The science behind what makes infants irresistible” states that it is a mystery why newborns smell so delicious!

Knowing about nature’s wisdom, we dared to hypothesized about the primal meaning of some scented messages:

Mom’s smell: Thankfully the person who loves me the most is here to protect me from any danger, because I can’t do anything on my own. Wheew!

Dad’s smell: Who’s this?? I think he’s cool because mommy smells like him sometimes.

Baby’s smell: Mommy, please fall in love so you do everything for me, in return I’ll help the species survive. Deal?

Enjoy each other’s smell and engage in that primal conversation!

Share the picture of your family indulging on each others scent and you might win some goodies. @TheZaky #TheZakyScent


Sources: http://www.parenting.com/article/the-power-of-scent-21332740 https://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/new-baby-smell Twitter: Read our post and show us how your family indulges in the primal conversation of scent. #TheZakyScent Goodies for the winners!

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