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The Manual - 0-3 Months - eBook
You wish your baby had come with a manual, and – thank goodness you’ve found one!
Coming home with your new-born is a time of joy and stress. Joy because you’ve waited so long for this moment and stress because you aren’t sure you know what you are doing. You wish your baby had come with a manual, and – thank goodness you’ve found one!
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- Coming Home
- Newborn Behaviors
- Keeping the Peace at Your House
- What Will Your Response Time Be?
- Bringing a Newborn Home - With a Toddler in the House
- Feeding Infants - Keep it Simple
- The Attachment Process
- Sleep and Self-Calming Strategies
- A Schedule for your Newborn
- Intellectual Stimulation for your Infant
- Managing your Time with a Newborn in the House
- Ask kitty Questions: Newborns
- Kitty's Essays
- When your baby won't take a bottle
- Trusting your instincts
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I think The Manual is very helpful. I wish I’d had it when my daughter was a newborn (I followed your advice for sleeping training from 3 months on with my daughter and it worked wonderfully!). As you’ve noted there is a lot of pressure to be the perfect parent and there’s a lot of conflicting advice out there. I found that the manual made me feel more calm and confident. The last section on managing time hit home for me. I’m very much goal directed and the transition from work to home with baby can be difficult. I have to keep reminding myself to just relax and enjoy this time with my son and daughter.
By Sharlee on November 12, 2009
We have also recently downloaded the “newborn manual” as we have just welcomed our 3rd child, and it really is a nice refresher and a great tool! Thanks for all you do!
By C.K. on January 28, 2010