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The Only Baby Book You'll Ever Need: A Parent's Guide to Everything!

The Only Baby Book You'll Ever Need: A Parent's Guide to Everything! (Paperback)

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Synopsis

Expert advice for caring for babies and toddlers!From learning how to change a dirty diaper to pleasing a picky eater, it can sometimes be difficult to navigate parenthood--especially if you're new to it all. Featuring advice from top childcare experts, The Only Baby Book You'll Ever Need provides you with answers to every parenting question that crosses your mind! Each chapter teaches you all about the different stages of development and how you can raise a healthy and happy child. This indispensible guide also offers easy-to-understand instructions and parent-tested strategies on:Choosing a pediatricianBabyproofing your homeFiguring out your baby's sleep patternsPotty-training your toddlerPleasing a picky eater With parenting advice for both babies and toddlers, this one-stop resource includes only the most important tips and advice so that you are truly prepared for the years ahead.

Health & WellbeingAdvice on the stages of lifeParentingPregnancy, birth & baby care Publisher: Adams Media Corporation Publication Date: 01/01/2014 ISBN-13: 9781440573354  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Maureen Connors is a mother of two who knows exactly what new parents are going through. She lives with her family in New England.

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