Item description for The Baby Owner's Maintenance Log (Owner's and Instruction Manual) by Joe Borgenicht...
Track all the functions of your newborn model!
Each page of The Baby Owner’s Maintenance Log provides plenty of space for tracking one week of your model’s first year. Note the first time the vocal capabilities function, the first night you activate sleep mode effectively, and the time of the baby’s first step. Complete regular maintenance checklists to prepare for visits to the baby’s service provider, and use the helpful charts to track waste functions and sleep functions.
Useful schematic diagrams accompany tips and advice from the best-selling The Baby Owner’s Manual on everything from swaddling the baby to bathing to dealing with tantrums. Don’t miss a single moment! Joe Borgenicht is a father who frequently telephones his dad for advice. He’s the co-author of The Baby Owner’s Manual and The Action Hero’s Handbook. Louis Borgenicht, M.D. is a board-certified pediatrician with the American Academy of Pediatrics and has worked for the last 16 years at his private practice in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was named best pediatrician in Utah by Ladies Home Journal in 2001.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Baby Owner's Maintenance Log (Owner's and Instruction Manual)?
LOVE IT Sep 18, 2008
This product is great. Not only does it make me laugh, but it is also convinient if you want to keep a record of when you breastfeed or poopies and pees, or also your baby's randomness or firsts. I use it as a little diary for my little girl. I would recommend this product to others.
User's manual, for those who need one! May 2, 2008
My husband and I were expecting #1, and hub is a car geek. We were kidding about user manuals and how he could cope with new baby if one existed. He loved this book! It's definitely more father-friendly and funny. The gag does run a bit dry, but at least it's consistent throughout the book. We just purchased another for #2!
Best Book for new dads Jan 4, 2008
We send this book along with a shower gift and mark it for the dad. The dads never get anything for them so they actually read it and find it's not so hard. When something was wrong with either of our two kids, I would reach for the What to Expect Book and my husband would reach for this one. We come up with the same solution, only to his credit he'd get there faster because this book tells you what you need to know and that is it! A fabulous read for all dads!
Great for new Dads!! Jan 3, 2008
I bought this book for my son-in-law before the birth of his first child four years ago. I just purchased a new copy for my niece's husband to include with his Chirstmas gift. They are expecting their first and my brother's first grandbaby in April! This book was a big hit!!
A Weekly Log Sep 6, 2007
This book is a fun companion or alternative to the classic baby book. I was able to write in silly incidents or the moments leading up to a milestone in the weekly pages. It's good to have a log of sorts for each child so that you can return to it for reference at a later time. I had one of these for my first child, and when my second came, I needed to know what week of age that I did this or that, and I compared size and such. If you're a crafty writer, your children will appreciate reading it when they are older. It has a very technical approach to it, which is a great way to involve dads!