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BABIES Part 2 is Educational and Insightful with a Few Cautions

Screenshot via Babies Part 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix by Netflix on YouTube

BABIES Part 2 is Educational and Insightful with a Few Cautions

By Allyson Vannatta, Senior Writer

Netflix original docu-series, BABIES Part 2, dives further into the science of how babies mature in their first year of life up to when they become toddlers.

Like part 1, part 2 is very educational. However, there are a few obscenities along with a profanity, and instances of nudity while mothers breastfeed their baby. While part 1 contained a homosexual couple, part 2 does not.

BABIES Part 2 adds six more episodes that follow babies in the first year of life.

The second part of the series covers topics like what babies know, movement, sense, relationships, nature and nurture, and toddlers.

The series contains two obscenities (d-word and h-word) and one profanity (OMG).

Some episodes also show mothers breastfeeding their baby and, in some cases, audiences are able to see the woman’s nipple. Naturalistic nudity is seen after birth as babies do experience skin-to-skin contact with the mother.

However, these few instances shouldn’t deter older audiences from watching the series.

The first episode of the second part of the series showcases pro-life ideas about mothers being able to raise their children and be passionate about their work and career.

Throughout all the episodes in BABIES Part 2, the babies are surrounded by parents and family members who lavish them with love, care and affection. These parents are genuinely happy about parenthood.

The research, experiments and data presented by scientists all over the world give incredible insight into how babies mature, learn and think when they’re at an age when adults don’t really know what’s going on in their tiny heads.

The series also touches on how it’s important for parents to allow their baby to explore, and sometimes fail, before they achieve certain tasks.

Overall, BABIES Part 2 is just as educational as part 1 and continues to delve deeper into the scientists’ research about what happens in a baby’s first year of life, how they’re influenced by the world around them, and how they learn from seeing, hearing and facial expressions.

Parents should use discernment while watching because the episodes that contain some nudity might not be appropriate for their family.

Check out the trailer, below!