When youare a new parent, the miracle of life might not always feel so miraculous. Maybe your latest 2:00 a.m., 2:45 a.m., and 3:30 a.m. wake-up calls have left you wondering how asleep like a babya ever became a figure of speechaand what the options are for restoring your sanity. Or your child just left bite marks on someone, and youare wondering how to handle it. First-time mom Tracy Cutchlow knows what youare going through. In Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science (and What Iave Learned So Far), she takes dozens of parenting tips based on scientific research and distills them into something you can easily digest during one of your two-minute-long breaks in the day. The pages are beautifully illustrated by award-winning photojournalist Betty Udesen. Combining the warmth of a best friend with a straightforward style, Tracy addresses questions such as: Should I talk to my pregnant belly / newborn? Is that going to feel weird? (Yes, and absolutely.) How do I help baby sleep well? (Start with the 45-minute rule.) How can I instill a love of learning in my child? (By using specific types of praise and criticism.) What will boost my childas success in school? (Play that requires self-control, like make-believe.) My baby loves videos and cell-phone games. Thatas cool, right? (If you play, too.) What tamps down temper tantrums? (Naming emotions out loud.) My sweet baby just hit a playmate / lied to me about un-potting the plant / talked back. Now what? (Choose one of three logical consequences.) How do I get through an entire day of this? (With help. Lots of help.) Who knew babies were so funny? (They are!) Whether you read the book front to back or skip around, Zero to Five will help you make the best of the tantrums (yours and babyas), moments of pure joy, and other surprises along the totally-worth-it journey of parenting.One of the best things you can do right from the startis to not keep baby up too long during the day. ... Find babya#39;s timing Newborns arena#39;t awake much, but when they are, ... From 6 weeks to 6 months old, baby wants to stay awake ninety minutes or so (it can vary by thirty minutes in either direction). Then ... New parents often come running at babya#39;s first noise during a nap. ... Help baby sleep better at night Babies take months to Zoey (9 days) 73 ZERO TO FIVE Guard babya#39;s sleep, too.
|Title||:||Zero to Five|
|Publisher||:||Pear Press - 2014-06-17|