What to Expect the First Year WHAT TO EXPECT THE 1st YEAR is a comprehensive and practical month-by-month guide that clearly explains everything parents need to know - or might be worrying about - in the first year with a new baby. Featuring dozens of Q&A sections, as well as a first
Crawling: A Father's First Year by Elisha Cooper With this frank, laugh-out-loud account of his first year as a father, Elisha Cooper gives voice to the life-changing joy, anxiety, exhaustion, pride, and overwhelming love experienced by new parents everywhere.
Journal for Baby's First Year Eric Carle: A Journal for Baby's First Year -- This precious baby album makes a beautiful gift for any new parent. Eric Carle's beloved animal illustrations accompany space to record baby's firsts, friends, outings, and more. It also includes an adorable hanging mobile and padded cover. Record the memorable moments of baby's first year, and make a lovely keepsake for when baby is all grown up.
Baby's First Year Journal This fully revised follow-up to the best-selling Pregnancy Journal is the perfect way for new moms to follow baby's health and development through each day of his or her first year. With a winning new look, this must-have daybook includes the latest medical information, as well as plenty of room for journaling—the perfect keepsake to record all of baby's important milestones.
What to Expect the First Year Everything new parents need to know about the care (and feeding) of an infant, from the authors of What to Expect-� When You're Expecting. Covers monthly growth and development, feeding for every age and stage, sleep strategies that really work.
Parents can cherish every special moment in the first year of their child's life in this special book. Space is provided for each special landmark - from the earliest photographs to the first lock of hair. A very special book to keep and look back on over the years.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 1/5/2006Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 1 and Up
From the author of the beloved Pregnancy Journal comes this much anticipated sequel. Written in the same easy-to-digest format, Baby's First Year Journal provides a day-to-day guide to your baby's development during the first fascinating 12 months of life. Each page is filled with information about your baby's early social, physical, and cognitive development, with the addition of helpful tips and delightful quotes. There's also space for recording your own thoughts and observations, which will be fun to share with your child as she gets older.
From the authors of the 9.6-million-copy bestselling What to Expect When You're Expecting, here is What to Expect the First Year (over 5.6 million copies in print), the most comprehensive guide available on the next phase of parenting-newborn care. Written with the same reassuring, lively authority as What to Expect When You're Expecting, the book is organized for ease of reference, leading nervous parents from month to month, check-up to check-up, even feeding to feeding. The chapters on each month address basic expectations of behavior and growth, as well as special concerns and decisions-from finding the perfect pediatrician to getting baby on a sleep-through-the-night schedule to choosing toys, shoes, and diapers. Equally important are the emotional issues a new baby raises for every member of the family-these are covered thoughtfully and thoroughly.Additional chapters cover special subjects such as first aid, traveling with a baby, premature babies, adopted babies, and much more. Winner of the 1994 Parenting "Hall of Fame" Award from Child magazine's Child's Best Parenting Book Award. Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club and Better Homes & Gardens Family Book Service.Book Details:Format: Publication Date: 1/3/1989Pages: 671Reading Level: Age 0 and Up
My first trip to the seashore, one wave tore away from the sea. She caught my hand, and we raced away together across the sand. Based on a story by Nobel Prize laureate Octavio Paz, this delightful tale of a boy and his pet wave is charmingly retold with beautiful new illustrations. See if you can find the hidden cat, dog, mouse, whale, and sea horse in almost every picture! Ages 3 - 8 Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 3/2/2004Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Baby's First Year Memories for Life A beautifully illustrated record book to chronicle all the special moments in a baby's first year. It begins before the birth, where information such as the family tree, ideas for names, and thoughts on the baby's arrival can be recorded and runs through to the baby's first birthday. The book includes simple prompts to ensure no special moments are forgotten, as well as plenty of space for parents to write their observations and thoughts. These prompts encourage the reader to record day-to-day routines, such as feeding and sleeping patterns; likes and dislikes, for example, “my favorite bathtime toy and “what I liked to eat; and the baby's “firsts, from her first night at home, to her first smile, and her initial tottering steps. There is also space to record information about the world the baby was born into, such as the name of the prime minister or president, popular music, and prices of stamps and milk. Author Annabel Karmel Boardbook
A baby's first year is full of milestones, from first smiles to first steps, and this book celebrates them all! A clever and bouncy text, vibrant ink-and-collage illustrations and an impossibly cute baby make this the perfect gift book for baby showers, and it even includes a poster on the reverse of the jacket that new parents can use to record their own little ones' spectacular achievements.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 1/3/2013Pages: 30Reading Level: Age 0 and Up
Chinese New Year is a time of new beginnings. Follow one little girl as she learns how to welcome the coming year and experience all the festivities surrounding it. This warm and lively introduction to a special holiday will make even the youngest child want to start a Chinese New Year tradition!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 12/11/2012Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
After 7 days Pepper opens his eyes. After 2 months Pepper can leave his mother and come home with Lisa and Joey. After 3 months he needs a checkup at the vet's. In her journal Lisa writes down all the important events of Pepper's first year - and readers will learn all about days, weeks, months, and years as they find out just how much fun a new kitten can be. Together, Stuart J. Murphy and Marsha Winborn introduce the concept of calendar time and show all the fun and important things to do in a kitten's first year.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/5/2000Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
Life with a newborn is exhilarating, exhausting, and at times downright complicated! Four-time delivery room veteran Vicky Iovine gives you the lowdown on everything you need to know to survive your first year as a mommy. Reading this friendly, reassuring book is like talking to your best friend sharing all those intimate thoughts and feelings that only best friends do. Iovine takes on just about every topic of interest to a new mom, from postpartum mood swings to salvaging your sex life. Written in a witty, conversational tone, this book will help you cope with the stresses and many fears of motherhood while making you laugh out loud.
Congratulations! You’re a father. Now what? The follow-up to the hysterical bestselling Caveman’s Pregnancy Companion. You managed to survive pregnancy without getting hit in the face by a blunt projectile hurled from your wife’s sling. Now the birth of your baby has ushered in a bewildering phase where your crude, uncivilized, and underdeveloped ways will surely be put to the test. Offbeat and humorous but full of useful tips, Caveman’s Guide to Baby’s First Year will lead you from a Fatherhood Aptitude Test to the 10 Commandments for Cro-Magnon Fathers to a Yoga Party (quasi-erotic yoga poses designed to reduce stress and stimulate the body). Along the way you’ll find candid advice on all topics, from the mechanics of breastfeeding to baby proofing the home to instructions for toys even a caveman could make himself. So if you’ve been wondering what to do now that best thing that ever happened to you happened, leading to an anxiety-ridden life of no sleep, no sex, and more time picking out formula than ordering beer, fear no more! There have been quite a few advances since you first stepped out of your cave (vaccinations, infant massage, and baby sign language to name a few) and it’s all here, accompanied by charts, diagrams and other illustrations straightforward enough for you to get your Paleolithic head around.
The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the First Year Illustrated throughout with "New Yorker"-style cartoons, this significantly updated, revised and expanded handbook covers all aspects of fatherhood during the first 12 months.
My Baby Book: Keepsake Journal First Year This is not anything like a baby book. It’s a birthday book! It was born from the simple idea that birthdays provide the perfect annual opportunity to preserve a sweet moment in time as your child changes from year to year. From the first birthday to age eighteen, this journal contains space to stick birthday photos, fun and thought-provoking interview questions to ask your kid, and a time-capsule envelope for stashing away birthday cards and other odds and ends that represent each year.
Your Baby's First Year: Third Edition -THE ONE GUIDE MOST PEDIATRICIANS RECOMMEND-From the American Academy of Pediatrics'the nation’s most trusted name in child care'Your Baby’s First Year is the definitive all-in-one guide to caring for your infant. Revised and updated, including two new chapters on sleep and allergies, Your Baby’s First Year provides authoritative advice on all aspects of infant care, including-- expanded sections on raising twins, multiples, and children with autism- new material on prebiotics, probiotics, and the Tdap vaccine- a month-to-month guide to your baby’s first year with vital facts on growth, behavior, and development- a complete health encyclopedia covering illnesses, injuries, and disabilities- advice on breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, and introducing solids- guidelines for choosing a child care provider- safety checks for home and car, including a car safe
It seems no mother of a newborn has ever been more hilarious, more honest, or more touching than Anne Lamott is in OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. A single parent whose baby's father is out of the picture, Lamott struggles not only to support her little family by her wits and her writing but to stay sober at the same time. Faith in God helps; so does her loyal band of helpers, from her childless best friend Pammy to her mother and "Aunt Dudu" to the folks at the La Leche League hotline. And between colic, wheat-free diets, and the triumph of solid food, Lamott learns that blessings and losses come together, and that as our capacity for joy increases, so does our capacity for grief. "Smart, funny, and comforting....Lamott has a conversational style that perfectly conveys her friendly, self-deprecating humor." --Los Angeles Times Book Review"Lamott is a wonderfully lithe writer....Anyone who has ever had a hard time facing a perfectly ordinary day will identify." --Chicago Tribune"A funny, self-mocking, vivid account by a gifted novelist and journalist." --The Washington Post
What to Expect the Second Year Heidi Murkoff's What to Expect has delivered again. Announcing the arrival of a brand-new member of the What to Expect family: What to Expect the Second Year. The essential sequel to What to Expect the First Year, with 9.7 million copies in print, What to Expect the Second Year picks up the action at baby's first birthday, and takes parents through what can only be called 'the wonder year''12 jam-packed (and jam-smeared) months of memorable milestones (from first steps to first words, first scribbles to first friends), lightning-speed learning, endless explorations driven by insatiable curiosity. Not to mention a year of challenges, both for toddlers and the parents who love them, but don't always love their behaviors (picky eating, negativity, separation anxiety, bedtime battles, biting, and tantrums).Comprehensive, reassuring, empathetic, realistic, and practical, What to Expect the Second Year is filled with solutions,
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