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eBook City Baby New York: The Ultimate Guide for New York City Parents from Pregnancy through Preschool (City and Company) ePub

eBook City Baby New York: The Ultimate Guide for New York City Parents from Pregnancy through Preschool (City and Company) ePub

by Kelly Ashton,Pamela Weinberg

  • ISBN: 0789313480
  • Category: Parenting
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Author: Kelly Ashton,Pamela Weinberg
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Universe; 3 edition (December 6, 2005)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1165 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1892 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 979

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City Baby New York book.

City Baby New York book. City Baby New York: The Ultimate Guide for New York City Parents from Pregnancy through Preschool.

I purchased this book with the understanding that things change quickly in New York CIty. It gave me some helpful ideas for activities, shops and resources in the city.

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Enter Zip Code or city, state. Error: Please enter a valid ZIP code or city and state. Good news - You can still get free 2-day shipping, free pickup, & more. Pamela Weinberg and Kelly Ashton introduce parents to New York baby culture, with top-notch advice, insider tips, and up-to-date statistics on local hospitals and doctors, class offerings for parents and children, and a rundown of the city’s best stores for maternity clothes, baby outfits, toys, books, and more. City Baby New York covers it all. Specifications. City Baby New York: The Ultimate Guide for New York Parents.

Reading City Baby is like talking to a good friend who has already had a baby in New York City and lived to tell about i. Great resource for city parents. com User, January 24, 2004

Reading City Baby is like talking to a good friend who has already had a baby in New York City and lived to tell about it. The authors of City Baby really did a great job by not just writing a typical list book. They provided the little bits of information that can actually help a new parent be a smart parent. com User, January 24, 2004. As someone who is new to New York with a baby, this book has shown me all that I need to know about what to do in NY with a baby.

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New York City (NYC), also known as the City of New York or simply New York (NY), is the most populous city in the United States

New York City (NYC), also known as the City of New York or simply New York (NY), is the most populous city in the United States. With an estimated 2018 population of 8,398,748 distributed over a land area of about 30. square miles (784 km2), New York is also the most densely populated major city in the United States

City Baby, the ultimate guide to raising your baby in the Big Apple, is back in a brand-spanking new edition, completely revised and updated! Weinberg and Ashton introduce parents to New York baby culture, with top-notch advice, insider tips, and up-to-date information on local hospitals and doctors, class offerings for parents and children, and a rundown of the city's best stores for maternity clothes, baby outfits, toys, books, and more.

Comments

Zorve Zorve
I bought this book as someone who is planning on spending a month in NYC with a 6 month old baby, there were some useful tips but it seems best designed for people who are permanently residing in NYC... Loads of info for those people...
Joony Joony
I bought the book at Destination Maternity (unfortunately for $18) and the book has been so informative and fun to read. It tells you all the know-hows for a city mom including information on great places to change a baby's diapers, baby-friendly restaurants, music-dancing-swim-gym programs, pre-school, mother's luncheons, child-friendly parks, where to have birthday parties, baby photographers and entertainers, nanny and baby-sitting services, where to shop for baby furniture, clothes, toys, what kind of baby items to get, etc. It's well organized and easy to read with useful tidbits for new moms. Since I am expecting my baby in a month, only 2/3 of the book was useful for me (since it will be a long time before I do pre-school activities and toddler-related activities).

The only problem I have with this otherwise fabulous book is that as of March 2009, a lot of the information is outdated in this fast-changing NYC environment because this 3rd edition was printed back in 2005. Just to cite a few example, there is no mention of the recent Bugaboo Chameleon or Orbit strollers; no mention of recent manufacturers and shops for baby products; even the restaurants are kind of outdated... which is not surprising since most of the information was probably collected around 2004, which was 5 years ago. So if you want very current information on baby info in NYC, I would wait until the next edition comes out (whenever that may be).
Ohatollia Ohatollia
I asked my younger friends at the gym what to get for a baby shower of an employee in my organization and was led to City Baby, a handbook full of kid-smart suggestions.

Thumbing through it,I could see why it was recommended. Easy to read, peer to peer in style, funny at times and overall so practical, it really fills the need for a busy city mom who needs fast, well weighed out and practical info on what to do, what to buy,and how to get around with a young child in NYC.

I got a gold star thank you from my expecting colleague who loved the bathroom map of where to change a diaper when you're on the go and the interview questions for a prospective nanny.She said Pam Weinberg and Kelly Ashton treat you like you're one of their friends they want to help out. Made me look very savvy.
GawelleN GawelleN
As is typical of most books for "parents" they seem to think that that the only type of parent is a mother. So if you're looking for a book for NYC Mothers - feel free to get this yellow pages for shopping.

Oh wait there was one comment for fathers. In the "Top ten Things to Do with Your Family on the Weekend"- number 9- "Form a 'daddy' playgroup-dads get to bond with other dads and babies, and you get some time off." Hmm, not only was there no information about 'daddy playgroups' but how is this a good thing to "do with your family" (and again, the authors clearly assume the only one who would read this book is a woman)?
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City Baby is a great resource for city moms. All of my friends told me to get it when I got pregnant, and it has been my bible ever since. I love it!
Blackbeard Blackbeard
Really fantastically thorough guide. There is something here for everyone. Parents new to New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Upstate New York, New Jersey will find fantastic services, here.