When light workers come into bodies, they come with their light intact. They are here with a special little purpose that they are quite aware of. They remain aware of that purpose into their adulthood, even if they are only aware subconsciously. Almost immediately, when these special beings are born, they are helping to lend light to the earth. They begin their lives with the understanding that they are here to serve the people of the earth and they are very proud to serve that purpose. The best thing that you can do as the caretaker of these little ones is provide for them to be safe and nurtured, healthy and well fed throughout their little growing up years. The majority of these special little people are spending their entire infancy giving light to all who come into their field of vision. They do this very intentionally and they can tell when someone needs and wants their light. Since their brains are not as developed physically as yours is, they are not aware that they need to provide limitations in order for their physical body to be healthy. All they know how to do is lend light, and they will do so without limits, if they are allowed to. Learn to sense when your baby has had enough and make it your duty to protect this light worker. We don’t want to drain them out before they can even get out of infancy.
A baby’s best defense against physical and spiritual weariness is a proper feeding and sleeping routine. It is so important that babies get proper nutrition from the very beginning. The very best food that a baby can eat from the time it is born until well into its toddler years is breast milk. If you do not have breast milk available, you can buy it now from milk banks. Formula is ok, make sure it is the kind of formula with the least amount of dairy milk. It is too heavy for little babies to consume. For the first year, you do not need to give a baby anything at all except breast milk. When you begin to feed the baby food, it should be naturally occurring foods and grains and not artificial products. Fruits and vegetables are the best bet. Strained for a light stomach. The next thing that babies need is a lot of rest. Make sure that you have an environment where a baby can rest peacefully. Make a big deal to everyone that your baby is sleeping and that you don’t want the baby to be disturbed. Much of this has to do with the fact that it is good for your light worker to have an environment with the least amount of excess energy and stress in the air. They are extremely sensitive as individuals and, as mentioned before, they are highly accommodating when it comes to lending light. Babies do not have a concept of limitations and so they do not understand that they do not have to accommodate the environment if it is in need. They will rush to the defense of a stressful environment trying to make it calm again. All the while depleting much needed rest for growth and development. Try to keep your environment stress free for the growing baby.
When your baby cries and does not want to go to someone, it is not always because that baby does not like that person (although it is true that a baby can tell if a person’s intentions are not in the light). Sometimes the baby just does not wish to be bogged down with other people’s feelings and emotions. At these times, baby light workers prefer to be with their parents or other primary care takers. Just take your baby back, nod politely to the other person, hold the baby to your breast and say, “I love you my child.” Don’t worry about how the other person is feeling. If the person is making gestures or saying statements that you want to address, merely say, “She just likes being with her mother sometimes.” If they don’t understand that, it’s not your concern. Just walk away. Your baby light worker is your sole priority right now in your life.