Thursday, May 20, 2010

Reach Out and Touch

Touch is one of our seven senses given to us by God.

Babies have a need for touch that is essential for proper growth and development.

Studies done in hospitals and orphanages demonstrate that infants lose weight and become ill without touch.

My mother obviously knew the power of touch.  She could never resist holding and kissing those little babies.  She never tired of it even when all of her kids got older too.  :)
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Cindy (Letters From Midlife) said...

I have a friend who became a certified massage therapist because she saw what an impact touch had on her grandmother when she was in the hospital. Something as simple as massaging her grandmother's feet brought such comfort. Touch is important.

Andrea said...

AMEN...I love snuggling with babies.

Jackie said...

Amen! I went over and read your article....loved it!

Sweet Blessings!

Joan Davis said...

What a wonderful reminder to be Christ's hands! Thanks, Debbie!

Diana said...

Great post! Hugs....

Sonja said...

I linked over and really like your post! You have such a good sweet heart, and you are very aware of others. One of the things I love about you!!



myletterstoemily said...

oh how sweet is that? i can not
resist a baby either

Denise said...

Great devotion.

Karen said...

Beautiful, Debbie!

LisaShaw said...

Absolutely precious photo and so true what you shared. That's why I am so fond of hugging.

Love you.

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