The Taste-and-Smell Child
These children are intuitive and more attuned to the emotional world. They're also highly sensitive and averse to loud noises, bright lights, and strong smells and tastes.
What it means for babies:
These little ones like to be cuddled, but they're not calmed simply by being held. If you're nervous or fearful, they're likely to be agitated, too.
What it means for toddlers:
Taste-and-smell toddlers require lots of reassurance. Let her know that even if you're disappointed in her behavior, you won't stop loving her.
What it means for preschoolers:
The relationships this child has with her teachers can make or break school. Help her along by showing how much you like the teacher.