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eBook Your Baby Week by Week: The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Your New Baby ePub

eBook Your Baby Week by Week: The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Your New Baby ePub

by Dr. Caroline Fertleman,Simone Cave

  • ISBN: 0091910552
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Dr. Caroline Fertleman,Simone Cave
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House UK (May 10, 2007)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1306 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1521 kb
  • Other: azw lit lrf mobi
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 762

Description

Your Baby Week By Week is a brilliant handbook for new mums. a really useful book to read a few weeks before your baby arrives" (Pregnancy and Birth). Yet when the baby finally arrives and you are left to face the weeks of unpredictability and worry that a new baby brings, there are no week-by-week baby manuals to offer the advice, information and reassurance you need.

Caroline Fertleman (Author) Dr Caroline Fertleman is Consultant Paediatrician at the Whittington Hospital, London, and is Honorary Senior Lecturer .

Caroline Fertleman (Author) Dr Caroline Fertleman is Consultant Paediatrician at the Whittington Hospital, London, and is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Hospital and University College London Medical School. She lives in London with her husband and three children. This is great for a week by week understanding is what’s going on. I was recommended it and thought it was good-if only to understand what’s going on developmentally with my baby (sleep regression/food intake/sleep patterns etc) I’m so confused as to why this got so many low scores-whilst controlled crying is not my approach, it’s been popular for decades.

Simone Cave, Caroline Fertleman

Simone Cave, Caroline Fertleman. Finding out what to expect during each week of pregnancy is easy; the shops are heaving with informative guides. Each chapter covers just one week of a baby's development, and, ideal for tired and anxious parents, the week is divided into sections so that you can quickly and easily skim the chapter and find the information you're looking for. It covers the basics - sleep, feeding, crying, washing, play and development - as well as being packed full of vital information and handy tips for checking a baby's progress, including

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Paediatrician Dr Caroline Fertleman and health writer Simone Cave’s practical guide provides reassuring advice so you can be confident about your baby’s needs. Including: - How to tell if your baby is getting enough milk - Spotting when you need to take your baby to the doctor - Identifying why your baby is crying - How long your baby is likely to sleep and cry for - Tips on breastfeeding and when to wean your baby. Full of all the information and tips for every parent Your Baby Week by Week is the only guide you’ll need to starting life with your new arrival.

Guides abound on what to expect during each week of pregnancy, but when the baby finally arrives many parents . A brilliant handbook for new moms.

Guides abound on what to expect during each week of pregnancy, but when the baby finally arrives many parents are unprepared to face the weeks of unpredictability and worry that a newborn brings.

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Simone Cave, Dr. Caroline Fertleman. The first six months with a new baby is a special and exciting time full of milestones and new experiences.

Guides abound on what to expect during each week of pregnancy, but when the baby finally arrives many parents are unprepared to face the weeks of unpredictability and worry that a newborn brings. Full of advice, information, and reassurance, each chapter in this insightful guide covers just one week of a baby’s development and—ideal for tired and anxious parents—the week is divided into sections so that they quickly find the information they’re looking for. All of the basics are covered—sleep, feeding, crying, washing, play, and development—and handy tips for checking a baby’s progress are also included. Clearly written and filled with vital information, this is an encouraging and practical guide to help new parents through the crucial first six months of parenthood.

Comments

Tujar Tujar
Horrible! This book is not based on facts or studies. It promotes abuse and neglect, saying to leave your baby to scream and cry alone. It says you may need to go in and change the sheets if baby cries so hard he pukes, but don't look at him or hold him! Babies NEED physical touch, they don't know how to sooth themselves! Imagining someone treating a baby this way is horrible, as a mother it makes me cry!! There are a million other ways to get your baby to sleep, don't let them scream for hours until they pass out. Emotional pain hurts just as much as physical pain, and letting a baby cry like that (whether they puke or not) is not only cruel, but has negative effects on their brain chemistry long term. And how do you think your bond will be with your baby? If he knows you're not meeting his physical and emotional needs? Babies treated this way are the kids who grow up with bahavior issues and develop mental illnesses. Do not buy this book or take any of its advice!
KiddenDan KiddenDan
I bought this book to help me follow the progress of my first born as he grew and changed. What I found was that this book was kind of snooty and not helpful. Comments like "your baby should be sleeping through the night at this point" do nothing to help a new parent whose baby is NOT sleeping through the night; saying "your baby should be enjoying bath time now" is pointless, especially if your baby is NOT enjoying bath time! After a while (as you can probably tell), this book irritated me. There was little advice about what to do when your baby didn't match up with their predictions, and what advice was offered was very vague. I also disagree with their timeline of when to do things like introduce solids, move the baby to the crib (as opposed to a bassinet/cradle in your room), etc. i found The Wonder Weeks to be more of what I was looking for.
I love Mercedes I love Mercedes
Some of the tips in this book are horrendous! Telling a mother to leave her baby to scream until they are sick! As a first time mum I found this really difficult to read, luckily I have a fantastic support system around me to tell me that is neglect and most certainly not the thing to do with a baby! Some parts of the book are helpful, but that bit shocked me to the core and I really hope no mums take this as gospel.
Granirad Granirad
I tend to take a rather distanced view from most published material regarding child rearing and tend to pick and choose what works exclusively for our family and our situations. That being said, the general information on things like diapers and bowel movements and things is about as typical as you're going to get.. Not remarkable at all.

However, the rating itself comes from a number of the recommended tips, especially those for helping a baby sleep. The book informs parents that they should leave their baby, from newborn onward, alone in a crib to get them to sleep without providing routine or any comfort. If they scream to the point of vomiting, fine - swoop in, change them and the sheets without making eye contact or speaking to them, and then leave again and close the door so they, and I quote, don't "get [their] hopes up allowing [them] to think that [they] will be cuddled and fed."

I've been there. I have done that. Because it's what you do, right? Babies need to learn to self-soothe? No. Not from newborn. Not like this. Not without a parent LOVING and CARING for them. I have been there and it is wrong and NOT the way to care for your babies. If you have been giving this to parents, please realize that they will be seeing this information. This disgusts me. This is so wrong.
snowball snowball
Their advise on CIO is horribly outdated, inaccurate, and actually harmful! Leaving your baby to scream until they vomit is neglect plain and simple! After reading that section I refuse to read the rest of the book.
Mikale Mikale
Promotes CIO for sick babies. Overwhelmingly, evidence demonstrates that this parenting technique is harmful, both short- and long-term. You don't want this book.
Original Original
This book should be removed from publication. The reasons are listed thoroughly in other reviews so I'll just reiterate:

New Mothers, trust your natural instinct to cuddle, feed, and respond immediately to your baby...as ALL mammals do, including humans who have not been persuaded away from all that is good, natural, and instinctive between mother and baby.

Enjoy every day of blessed motherhood, with all its joys and challenges. Don't fall victim to those who would have you treat your baby like a machine to be programmed. A loving, happy, bonded society starts with each, individual birth and infant care.
Advise in this book is sickening !!! HORRIBLE!! Do NOT buy!! One star because it said I had to rate it