The world-famous Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital has a reputation second to none, and its Institute of Child Health is renowned for its research into child health and illness. This book, an established favourite with parents, draws together the expertise of its highly qualified staff and offers reassuring advice about all aspects of raising children during the first five years. Among the topics it covers are:--Conception, pregnancy and birth--Coping with a new baby--Feeding--Sleep--Child development--Common health problems--DisabilityDistilling the wisdom and experience of doctors, nurses, psychologists, speech therapists, dieticians, playleaders and many others, this book is a mine of up-to-date and authoritative information. No parent, prospective or otherwise, should be without a copy.continually and at first his pattern of feeding, just like a baby that is being breastfed. needs to be little and often. ... jug and plastic stirrer for mixing feeds, or you can measure the water into the baby bottles and add the correct number of scoops of powder directly. ... Make up a little more formula than you think you need a a very rough guide is that babies need about 150 ml of milk for every kilogram (2 1xianbsp;...
|Title||:||The Great Ormond Street New Baby & Child Care Book|
|Author||:||Maire Messenger, Tessa Hilton|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2010-12-23|