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For their first few months, baby's don't interpret that something exists unless they can actually see it. If you cover your head with a blanket, your baby will think that you are no longer there. Only at around 6 months do they begin to realise that you are still there, even though they can't see you. The age old game of 'Peekaboo', covering your face with your hands or a blanket and then revealing yourself suddenly, is a great game for babies. As their awareness grows, they will begin to giggle in anticipation of you revealing yourself, and they may even try to pull the blanket away from you!
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