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The ABCs of Baby #2

ABCs of Baby#2 is jam-packed with great tips and real mom advice that you'll need during your transition from one child to two…

Submitted:Dec 5, 2011
Author:Kimberly Crabb
Brand:Kimberly Crabb & April Paine
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Category:Parenting
Average rating: 5.0 / 12 (12 reviews)
1 diggs • 0 comments • Dec 27, 2011

Baby #2

Having your second boy or girl? Newborn baby #2? Do you have an additional newborn baby coming? ABCs of Baby#2 will be jam-packed with sound advice along with real mommy hints and tips that you'll need while making your cross over from just one little one to 2.

1 diggs • 0 comments • Dec 5, 2011

ABCs of Baby#2 is jam-packed with great tips and real mom advice that you'll need during your transition from one child to two

ABCs of Baby#2 is jam-packed with great tips and real mom advice that you'll need during your transition from one child to two

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How to Calm Your Baby and Get Them to Sleep. Nurture Right, Sleep Tight by Sharel Knight

The Author has been a Childhood Development Specialist for over twenty years as well as a parent of two children, having much expertise to offer in this book.

“How to Calm Your Baby and get them to Sleep” is a parent’s handbook which provides an extensive description of child rearing techniques which will help you to be a more confident, effective and nurturing parent. The book specifically focuses on infant’s age 0 – 1 year old and provides ideas which parents can easily implement on your own so that you can help your infant to feel more comfortable and secure as they adapt to this new world in which they are living during this first year of their life…

Submitted:Aug 27, 2011
Author:Sharel Knight
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Category:Parenting
Average rating: 4.9 / 13 (13 reviews)
1 diggs • 0 comments • Aug 31, 2011

How to Calm Your Baby and Get Them to Sleep. Nurture Right, Sleep Tight by Sharel Knight

How to Calm Your Baby and get them to Sleep is a parent’s handbook which provides an extensive description of child rearing techniques which will help you to be a more confident, effective and nurturing parent.

1 diggs • 0 comments • Aug 27, 2011

sleep baby, child rearing, nurturing

The "Sleep like a baby" phrase really isn't all it's cracked up to be. Countless parents like you, especially new parents, often find themselves exhausted, frustrated, and wondering if their baby will ever sleep through the night. Don't worry you are not alone. Like other parents, you've read all the baby sleep books, but nothing seems to be working. The truth is according to a survey, more than 70 percent of infants and toddlers have a baby sleeping pattern problem. However, as your baby matures, his sleep patterns will settle into a more typical routine that you can count on. Until then, you may need to rest when baby rests! A baby's sleep patterns oscillate between what is called "Light Sleep" and "Deep Sleep" about every hour. It is during the "light sleep" periods that your baby may wake up (depending on his/her state of hunger or discomfort, etc). A baby's sleep pattern will change depending on their age. Generally, newborns sleep about eight to nine hours in the daytime and about eight hours at night. Most babies do not begin sleeping through the night (six to eight hours) without waking until about 3 months of age, or until they weigh 12 to 13 pounds. Sleeping is very important for baby or child. This allows his body to have enough rest to restore his stamina. A good quality of sleeping has an important role toward the condition of a baby and can improve the immunity of your baby. Many parents are surprised at how their babies appear to be deeply asleep only to wake suddenly as soon as their head hits the mattress. What happened? Well, although your baby appeared to be in a deep sleep, she was actually only in a light sleep. If you want to test your baby's level of sleeping before you lay her down, try lifting an arm or a leg. If it is floppy and you can drop it without waking baby, she is probably in a deep sleep, and you'll have a much easier time laying her down. Until your newborn is a little older, you will need to help her go to sleep. Every baby

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