Sleepless nights, wailing babies, and defiant toddlers-these are universal issues for new parents. Now beloved pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton and his esteemed colleague the child psychiatrist Joshua Sparrow come to the rescue with these highly effective and affordable guides. Full of empathy, warmth, and wisdom, each book in the Brazelton Way series leads parents step-by-Sleepless nights, wailing babies, and defiant toddlers-these are universal issues for new parents. Now beloved pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton and his esteemed colleague the child psychiatrist Joshua Sparrow come to the rescue with these highly effective and affordable guides. Full of empathy, warmth, and wisdom, each book in the Brazelton Way series leads parents step-by-step through these trying struggles. Courtesy of Dr. Brazelton's unparalleled under-standing and experience, parents will emerge from the turmoil relieved, empowered, and full of new pleasure in the strength and progress of their individual child....
|Title||:||Calming Your Fussy Baby: The Brazelton Way|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Calming Your Fussy Baby: The Brazelton Way Reviews
The main thing I gained from this book is that it is totally normal for a baby to have a fussy time in the evenings. With our first daughter we spent so much time worrying it was something in my milk or it was reflux or some other ailment. This time around it helps to know it's just fussiness and nothing to worry about, which makes us calmer and better able to calm her down.
This one was the best of his books that I have read, it was the first one I read & liked it pretty well so I went looking for more of his books. Although if you have read one of his books you have pretty much read them all.
James got this book from his residency program, as the author is a Boston Children's Hospital doctor. It was a relevant read for me as I start into my second week of babysitting a 3-month-old. The section about colic was particularly interesting to me, since I've heard plenty about my parents' experience with colic-y me.
I'm trying to get a head start! It's all new to me, but I particularly appreciated the sections on dealing with colic, defusing tantrums, and discouraging whining. Favorite line: "Learning to parent is learning from mistakes. In fact, you learn more from your mistakes than you do from successes" (2).
1 de 3 tomos: El llanto, el sueño y la disciplina...Hemos sacado buenos tips de estos libros ya que tenemos a 2 niños pequeños en casa. Son libros de bolsillo, quizás no demasiado detallados, más bien concretos y prácticos. Recomendado si se leen los 3 tomos.
Do not agree with what this guy has to say, but now I can say I have read this side of the argument. Why anyone thinks the best way to deal with a fussy baby is to leave it alone in a room for 45 to "blow off steam" because it is "overstimulated" is beyond me. How stupid.
A quick book that talks about why children cry and what they are trying to tell you.It is short, and it is a nice affirmation that crying is normal, but he doesn't give many concrete ideas for helping the situation.
Was much more useful to us than his sleep method.
Great review for my new baby coming!