Just the facts, Z, just the facts…
(from a three-month-old’s perspective)
Incidentally, if there’s a single small book I’d recommend on life from this kind of perspective, it’s Daniel Stern’s Diary of a Baby. Stern was a favorite of Felix Guattari’s. That book can be followed up by the more scholarly The Interpersonal World of the Infant; make sure you read the introduction from the 2000 edition, which updates the 1985 original. Stern’s The Present Moment and Forms of Vitality are in the same vein, and very relevant to a process-relational perspective on the human life.
And while I’m at recommending books on infancy, Alison Gopnik’s Philosophical Baby and Meredith Small’s Our Babies Ourselves are the other ones I’ve been consulting, in those rare moments of spare time.