From the moment your baby is born, they begin to form relationships with the people around them. Of the most notable relationships your little one will have is the one they form with you, their first caregiver. As the bond is forming, their attachment style will begin to take shape and most likely be the same one that follows them throughout their entire life. This method of relating to others will give you insight in to how your baby's attachment style will affect their romantic relationships later in life.
Through study and research, Dr. Phillip Shaver and Dr. Cindy Hazan found that there are four different types of attachment styles in relationships, as the website for Pyschreg Journal of Psychology explained. According to Psychology Today, you develop your attachment style as a child based on your relationship with an early caretaker, which is most commonly a parent. Each one has a distinct set of traits and habits which can affect romantic relationships in healthy and unhealthy ways. As you observe the way your child relates to you, you will be able to pick up on which attachment style is forming and from there understand more about what the future holds for their love life.