Have you heard that your newborn can only see in black and white? Do you think this is true? It's...
Have you heard that your newborn can only see in black and white? Do you think this is true? baby colorIt's partially true. Research shows that newborn babies do see colors, and color variations, but only up close. That's why you should have a starkly contrasting mobile and contrasting toy colors - because your baby will see them better. If you have a violet block and a light blue block, your baby likely sees them as the same color; at least until about three months of age, which is when the color area of the eye is fully developed. If you have a black block and a pink block your baby will see the color difference.

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