An incomparable guide to every aspect of caring for an infant during the first year, jam-packed with the expert advice and real-world, mom-to-mom wisdom that makes BabyCenter the world's number-one online parenting resource. First-time moms and dads all share the same concern: Is my baby happy, healthy, and behaving normally? Through extensive research, the trusted editors at BabyCenter, the world's number-one parenting Web site with more than 4 million visitors a month, have created the ultimate bedside companion for new parents. This book (featuring all new content never before seen on the Web site) draws on nonjudgmental voices of BabyCenter's team of advisors and the experiences of millions of parents to paint a detailed, accurate, and helpful picture of a newborn to 12-month-old. In The BabyCenter Essential Guide to Your Baby's First Year, you'll find: Step-by-step guides: To the qfirsts, q including first feeding, first diaper change, first bath, and more BabyCenter buzz: Helpful advice from BabyCenter moms from all walks of life Milestone reality checks: Results from BabyCenter's exclusive survey of more than 100, 000 parents about what really happens when in their baby's development Decision guides: Pros and cons of breastfeeding vs. formula feeding, cloth vs. disposable diapers, and more Just for dads: Involved dads find all the help they need to truly co-parent from day one Essential health guide: Helps anxious new parents spot and treat the most common illnesses of the first year Month-by-month insights: Develop deeper a understanding of your development as a new momby the numbers sleep: 7 to 9 months What time does your baby go to bed in the evening? ... No 2% Based on a poll of 4, 278 BabyCenter parents 79% 18% 0 10 Yes How many naps a day does your baby take? ... Yes 88% No 11% Based on a poll of 3, 104 BabyCenter parents the bottom line By the time your baby is 9 months old, hea#39;ll probably need around11 hours of sleep at night, and an additional 3anbsp;...
|Title||:||The BabyCenter Essential Guide to Your Baby's First Year|
|Author||:||Linda J. Murray, Anna McGrail, Daphne Metland, The BabyCenter Editorial Team|
|Publisher||:||Rodale - 2007-07-24|