Item description for Now That Baby Is Home (The Sears Christian Parenting Library) by M.D . William Sears & Martha Sears...
Overview "What Does My Baby Need?" It's the question parents ask most often through the first two years. What does my baby need physically? Emotionally? Spiritually? What does she need to be prepared for her next stage of development? Now That Baby's Home addresses the major concerns parents have about infant care. Included are sections on; evaluating baby-care advice, discovering the parenting style that works for you and your baby, learning your baby's intricate language, medical concerns, what it means to spoil a baby, and more.
Publishers Description Learn about your baby's emotional and physical needs, while developing a parenting style that works in your family.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.98" Width: 5.1" Height: 0.71" Weight: 0.67 lbs.
Release Date Jun 21, 1998
Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
Series Sears Christian Parenting Library
ISBN 0785272070 ISBN13 9780785272076
Availability 0 units.
More About M.D . William Sears & Martha Sears
William Sears, MD, has practiced pediatrics for more than 40 years, and is an associate clinical professor at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine. Martha Sears is a registered nurse and parenting and health consultant. They are the authors of more than 30 books and live in southern California.
William Sears was born in 1911 and died in 1992.
William Sears has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Now That Baby Is Home (The Sears Christian Parenting Library)?
Pretty good but a little redundant Oct 5, 2003
I liked this book by my hero, Dr. William Sears. However, since I've read many of his other books, it was pretty much a review of the other information I have, but with a Christian slant. This book is a much faster read than some of the others, so I'd recommend it as a starter Sears book, to see if the reader has similar child-rearing philosophies and would like to learn about attachment parenting. If you're already into the attachment parenting thing, I'd recommend it, but not as highly as The Baby Book, also by Dr. William Sears.