When we become parents for the first-time, there are some worries that can get us really fret without a real reason for it.
One of these things is touched the soft spots on the baby’s head.
If you touch these soft spots, known as the fontanels, you aren’t touching your baby’s brain, what you will touch is a very thick and protective membrane.
Your newborn skull is flexible because it is necessary to safely cross the narrow birth canal.
So, don’t be scared if you touch his fontanels, your baby’s head has already survived a rougher experience without harm.