There are three different temperaments of babies: difficult babies, easy babies, and slow to warm up babies. When it comes to the effectiveness of caregiving behaviors, actions need to be different according to each temperament in order for the child to be their best self in the long run. A parents caregiving style influences how a child will be able to adjust in later years. With the right caregiving style according to the child’s temperament, the child becomes much less vulnerable. This influences the level of attachment between the caregiver and the child due to the way interactions with the child take place.