Item description for Oh, Baby! Loving (and Surviving) Your Newborn's First Year by Robert Mendelson Hundreds of Heads...
This handy guide contains hard-won advice from real parents who made it through the trials and triumphs of that stressful first year. They've stayed up all night, changed thousands of diapers, and finally figured out how to get the little darlings to sleep. They share what works and what doesn't when it comes to everything from giving birth to getting one's life back in order. Packed with bits of wisdom, the book is a quick, easy read for harried new parents.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 6" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Nov 21, 2007
Publisher Hundreds of Heads Books
ISBN 1933512121 ISBN13 9781933512129
Reviews - What do customers think about Oh, Baby! Loving (and Surviving) Your Newborn's First Year?
Great resource, great format Dec 12, 2007
From the publisher of the "How to Survive" series, this cool little book covers pretty much everything you'll encounter in the first year of parenthood. Because it uses real quotes and tips from real parents, sometimes the advice directly conflicts, even in back-to-back paragraphs--but that's how it works in the real world, too, when your friends and family all give you wildly varying advice for any given problem (what you realize eventually is that however you decide to address that particular issue, there are lots of parents out there who made the same decision). So this book works as a basic resource for finding lots of options and possibilities. Well-edited and always interesting. I definitely recommend this book as an accessible, entertaining resource for new parents.
A New Baby! Dec 2, 2007
Oh, Baby is a great resource book for parents needing advice on their newborn's first year. It contains tips from experienced parents about birth delivery, coming home and handling daily challenges with a new baby in the home. It's all about taking care of the newborn's needs as well as the parents. The many suggestions that this book provides will help any parent who is concerned about surviving the challenges of parenthood.
finally, the truth about babies Nov 25, 2007
The opinions and experiences represented here will be useful to new parents. You'll find plenty of advice - ranging from the true confessions of moms who had a really difficult first year at home with their babies, to the excellent diaper rash suggestions. As a psychotherapist who often works with new parents I appreciate this book's approach because it rightfully normalizes much that is often kept hush-hush. Give this as a new-baby gift; I know I will.