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Parenting Done Right: An Easy Guide for Raising a Child That You Can Be Proud Of By Judie O. Michael
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Children are a big responsibility but they fail to come with a manual or a guidebook. They teach you how to change their diaper and how to feed them, but then you get sent home and now what? New... More > parents, and even old parents, can feel lost and overwhelmed about how to raise their children. It is easy to know what kind of child you don’t want, but how to get the child that you do want? This book is your guideline and your lifeline to raising a child that you can be proud of. Nobody wants to have a bratty child whose favorite word is no and who never listens; and this book will ensure that your child grows up with none of those bad traits and has all of the good ones. Learn how to raise a child who is happy, healthy, respectful and obedient; a child who is well equipped to succeed in life.< Less
Different Dreams:Reflections and Realities of Raising a Child With Developmental Disabilities By Mary Kay DeGenova, Ph.D.
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Mary Kay DeGenova was in a neurologist’s waiting room when she saw a mother cradling a newborn in her arms. The mother was wiping away tears as she looked around at the other kids—some of... More > whom were running around while others were in wheelchairs with feeding tubes. The look on the new mom’s face brought back all the emotions DeGenova felt when she first began her own journey as a parent of a child with developmental disabilities. In this guide for new parents, DeGenova shares the challenges she’s overcome and what other parents of a child with developmental disabilities can expect on their own respective journeys. She provides comfort to other parents with a child with developmental disabilities by letting them know they are not alone, as well as highlighting the overwhelming beauty and joy that is inevitable on this parenting path. More importantly, she shares useful advice and strategies to help new parents navigate the complicated world of raising a child with a developmental disability.< Less
Happy Mealtimes with Happy Kids: How to Teach Your Child About the Joy of Food! By Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP
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Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP is a certified speech language pathologist who has specialized for over 12 years in helping children love a variety of food. Her practice focuses on the family and... More > teaching the fundamentals of parenting in the kitchen. Mel wrote this book in the same manner that she works with families; with an open heart and a touch of humor. Raising an adventurous eater is meant to be fun. Enjoy the journey! “This is a much needed book. Happy Mealtimes addresses the important and neglected topic of HOW to feed children. It has all the tools you need to help your child explore new tastes and enjoy eating!” - Carolyn Aibel, Ph.D.< Less
Different Dreams:Reflections and Realities of Raising A Child With Developmental Disabilities A Road Map For New Parents By Mary Kay DeGenova, Ph.D.
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Mary Kay DeGenova was in a neurologist's waiting room when she saw a mother cradling a newborn in her arms. The mother was wiping away tears as she looked around at the other kids—some of whom... More > were running around while others were in wheelchairs with feeding tubes. The look on the new mom’s face brought back all the emotions DeGenova felt when she first began her own journey as a parent of a child with developmental disabilities. In this guide for new parents, DeGenova shares the challenges she’s overcome and what other parents of a child with developmental disabilities can expect on their own respective journeys. DeGenova provides comfort to other parents with a child with developmental disabilities by letting them know they are not alone, as well as highlighting the overwhelming beauty and joy that is inevitable on this parenting path. More importantly, she shares useful advice and strategies to help new parents navigate the complicated world of raising a child with a developmental disability.< Less
Look What They're Doing in the UK 2017 By Baby Milk Action
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Volume 1 Baby Milk Action’s monitoring report shows how formula, feeding bottle and teat companies and retailers market their products. Introduction – Contents: • Feeding products... More > marketed for infants and young children • Independent information for families • The marketing rules that apply • Key provisions of the International Code and Resolutions compared with UK Regulations • Profiles of baby feeding companies (overview) Formula company profiles • Aptamil and Cow & Gate brands (Danone) • Kendamil brand (Kendal Nutricare) • Mamia brand (Aldi) Feeding bottle and teat companies • Chicco • Medela • Minbie • NUK Retailers • Aldi • Boots • Morrisons • Mothercare< Less
Baby Ablactation By R Shelby
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Why should you keep going or why should you stop? There is no evidence that there is any harm to a child that is breastfed longer. There are many benefits to breastfeeding longer, though. You will... More > find that the child is getting the nutrition they need. You will also see that even if you breastfeed your child just one time a day there is a benefit in this. Culturally people in the United States have put a black mark on the process of breastfeeding past a few months but this does not have to be the case.< Less
Eat Right Without a Fight: Raising Happy and Healthy Eaters By Fiona Sutherland & Dr Justin Coulson, PhD
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Sick and tired of fights, battles and whingeing at the dinner table? Or perhaps you just want your children to eat something nutritious so the whole family can have a stress-free meal together. As a... More > parent, you want your children to eat good food, but also to have a healthy relationship with food. Written in bite-sized chunks and filled with practical strategies, this ebook will teach you - The most common meal-time mistakes most parents make - Strategies for stopping the food-fights and ending the power struggles - How to increase the range of foods your child will eat (and hopefully love) Designed for parents of 2 to 12 year olds, Eat Right Without a Fight also provides specific tips for each age group to guide parents as their children grow. Written by Dietitian Fiona Sutherland in collaboration with parenting expert Dr Justin Coulson, this ebook offers hope for struggling parents with evidence-based strategies that can lead to positive, lasting changes, and healthier, happier children.< Less
Life After the NICU Raising a preemie isn’t as hard as it seems By Martreill King-Georges
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After giving birth to two premature babies, Leon and Martreill found themselves at a loss, searching for literature to get them through uncharted waters. Realizing that there's a void of literature... More > on premature births and child care, Leon and Martreill decided to share their stories with the world. Join them as they walk you through their experience of surviving NICU.< Less
Guide to Baby Nutrition By Eirini Manthou
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Early years are a critical period for the child’s relationship with food for their health and development and their future well-being. Parents should be well informed and make healthy and... More > convenient choices. At this age children shape their relationship with food therefore it is critical to put a very ground basis without being intense or emotional. In this e-book you will find useful points and advice for breastfeeding, the introduction of complementary food and growth patterns. A very easy –to –follow programme of feeding for the first few months is also included.< Less
Woman of The Year - Alanis Morissette - 2012 By Are U Kidding Me!!
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'I'm an attachment parent. I breastfeed and I'll be breastfeeding until my son is finished and he weans. 'I think it affords the child, when he grows up, to have a lot less therapy to go to. For me,... More > I protect his safety and his well-being and his attachment. That stage of development is a very important stage.''We're definitely skin-on-skin connected as much as possible.'the Ironic hitmaker insists it doesn't stop her finding the time to be intimate with her husband. She said: 'He's a very robust virile man. You gotta take care of your husband.'per Daily Mail Reporter said by Alanis Morissette< Less

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