Help your baby sleep through the night - without any tears.
The early months with a new baby are exciting and magical, but they can also be emotional and exhausting if sleep is disturbed night after night.
Baby sleep expert Charmian Mead's flexible plan, developed from work with hundreds of families, is designed to encourage baby to sleep a full twelve hours a night, naturally, by as early as six weeks old, without any tears. She'll show you gentle ways to encourage your baby
This debut autobiographical novel by a compassionate and deeply perceptive writer is raw, funny and moving. It is the story of Colleen, the little girl who has to wear boots to support her weak ankles, seen through her eyes and told in her own words.
A treasure trove of 101 fun and thought-provoking questions to help families get the conversation started. The key to any successful relationship is open and meaningful communication. Unfortunately, this is not something that comes naturally to all of us.
Smart is a powerful word. But what does it mean to be smart? If your child is not good at math or languages, does that mean he or she is not smart? No! Dr. Kathy Koch wants parents to know that their kids are smart, whether they excel in the classroom or not!
Carrying your baby - in a sling, wrap or other carrier - often known as 'babywearing', is more than just a convenient means of transport. In A Baby Wants to be Carried author Evelin Kirkilionis explains in detail why babies expect to be carried and respond so well to it.
Previously Babies' Names and now reissued, an A-Z of Baby Names provides the meanings and origins for over 2,500 first names. Including traditional and modern names, plus lists of themed names, lists of most popular names by year, and advice on creating a name, this guide contains all you need to choose the best name for your newborn.
Die skrywer, 'n raadgewer, bemagtig jou danksy jare se praktiese ervaring om jou kinders se angstigheid en gevoelens van onsekerheid te beperk en so doeltreffend moontlik die ewewig in jou gesin te hervestig.
An exploration of the politics behind modern child-birthing strategies, this volume makes a detailed examination of all the main areas of influence, from different cultural backgrounds, medical histories, psychology, and relationships, to technology and modern medicines.