For Mother Life: The human baby is a helpless being at the time of his birth. It is virtually immobile, unable to crawl, walk, talk and is severely limited in its ability to act on purpose. Unlike other primates, it can not even cling to or cling to its mother. It has to be carried when it comes from one place to another.
75% of his brain develops after birth. It can not survive without the help of other people. Years of development pass until it can take care of itself. The baby, helpless and immature in its development, needs a source of care. Nature has provided for this source that satisfies its needs – the mother.
All mothers’ needs here.