Published August 1999
by Morning Glory Press (CA) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
Our goal at Nurturing Newborns and Families, LLC is to support and encourage the parent-child relationship through education, consultation and respite care. Serving Denver and the surrounding areas, we focus on nurturing the entire family. We would encourage you to reach out to us to discuss our services and your unique circumstances. William Sears, MD, received his pediatric training at Harvard Medical School's Children's Hospital and Toronto's Hospital for Sick has practiced as a pediatrician for more than forty years. He lives in southern California. Martha Sears, RN, is the mother of eight children, a registered nurse, a former childbirth educator, a La Leche League leader, and a lactation /5(). In our family, this is the definitive parenting book. Rather than extolling the virtues of being a wire-monkey Mama, and getting your newborn/infant to adapt to *your* busy life, Dr. Sears gently shows that it's OK to listen to your parenting instincts/5. Providing specific information Teen parents need during that special and sometimes frustrating postpartum period, this book is designed to help parents get acquainted with their newborn. Chapters are filled with succinct information on "what's normal" for keeping baby comfortable, including breastfeeding, guarding baby's health, taking care of mom, dad's role, dealing with .
Nurturing your Newborn Some babies are very sleepy during the first few days after birth. Others are more wakeful, demanding, need to be nurtured by you and fed more frequently. And HOW to solve nearly every sleep problem in a compassionate, nurturing, and loving manner. Reading this book before your baby is born is one of the best things an expectant mom can do, and she will reference it over and over as her child grows, because it deals with sleep issues for older children as well. What I loved about this book was the way the content was delivered, in a non-judgemental or forceful way. She provides a nice central way of nurturing and looking after your baby without going to the extremes of attachment parenting or extremely routined parenting/5. Get this from a library! Nurturing your newborn: young parents' guide to baby's first month. [Jeanne Warren Lindsay; Jean Brunelli] -- Gives information for teenage mothers about caring for their infants and themselves.
We hope this book will give you easy and simple solutions as well as advice, tips and tricks to help with taking care and nurturing your newborn in the first few years of their lives. Tags: Baby, Newborn, ChildBirth, Motherhood, Parenting, Baby Guide, New Parent Books, Pregnant, PregnancyBrand: CreateSpace Publishing. You and your loved ones can support & nurture your newborn’s brain development in several ways. How To Boost Your Newborn’s BrainPower for Literacy Hello Baby!-Public Domain Pic. Babies enter the world with a lot of love and trust. Bonding between parents and child is a major key to the healthy growth and development of your baby’s brain. 6. Gaze at your newborn. Your newborn can see you best with an eye-to-eye distance of eight to ten inches (twenty to twenty-five centimeters)--amazingly, about the usual nipple-to-eye distance during breastfeeding. Place your baby in the face-to-face position, adjusting your head and your baby's head in the same position so that your eyes meet. The Attachment Parenting Book: A Commonsense Guide to Understanding and Nurturing Your Baby by William Sears, MD, and Martha Sears, RN, Perfecting parenting: There are differing strategies on how best to raise your child, and this attachment parenting book explores how to do so by developing a nurturing connection between parent and.