After spending 9 months curled up and cozy in your womb, a newborn can now move with absolutely no restrictions on their limbs. Babies don't know quite how to control their body movements in this new free range world. A small wave of a baby's arm can become a wide swinging motion. Babies are also born with a natural reflex called Moro, or the startle reflex. When an infant feels like they are falling or if they're startled, they will react suddenly with jerking back & forth motions of their arms and open hands. This natural reflex fades at about 3 months of age. Because prior to 3 months your baby's neurological system is still developing, there are more electrical impulses being sent to their tiny muscles than are necessary. This electrical impulse overload can cause a baby's chin to quiver or legs to tremble. As development continues and the neurological system becomes more organized, your baby's movements will begin to calm. Most quivers are nothing to worry about, but see a doctor if your baby's shaking is rhythmic or if a trembling limb doesn't stop when you touch it.
For children every day is all about fun and being care free. At Mini-Mocs our focus is to be a part of that uninhibited joy by creating lively products designed with a child’s good health & development in mind. We strive to seamlessly marry the production of our exceptional products along with the ethical practice of using materials that are manufactured in ways that protect our consumers and the environment. By using a variety of color combinations, great textures, skillful craftsmanship and a commitment to comfort Mini-Mocs can promise our clients that children are at the forefront of every decision we make when designing and producing our collections. At Mini-Mocs it’s all about the babies.