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After the Stork: Baby's First Year

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Calm Mama, Happy Baby: The Simple, Intuitive Way to Tame Tears, Improve Sleep, and Help Your Family Thrive
by Derek O'Neill Details
Offers mothers of infants and young children practical tools for reducing stress and intuitively understanding their child's needs, drawing on research to show how a parent's stress directly affects a child's health, behavior, and mood.
Calm the Crying: The Secret Baby Language that Reveals the Hidden Meaning Behind an Infant's Cry
by Priscilla Dunstan Details
Helping readers learn to recognize and respond to exactly what their baby needs, Dunstan's remarkable program covers ten sounds in total that can be identified and used to calm a baby.
Dude, You're a Dad!: How to Get (All of You) Through Your Baby's First Year
by John Pfeiffer Details
From 4 a.m. feedings and visiting the pediatrician to getting back to work and hopping into bed with Mom, Dude, you're a dad! leads you through all the trials and tribulations you'll face as a new dad.
Happy Baby, Happy You: 500 Ways to Nurture the Bond With Your Baby
by Karyn Siegel-Maier Details
Make baby's first year magical and rewarding with hundreds of simple ideas for bonding, playing, learning, and nurturing.
Heading Home With Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality
by Laura A Jana Details
Written by two pediatricians who are also parents, this awarding-winning guide covers feeding, sleeping, changing, bathing, dressing, traveling, sickness, child care options, and much more.
Mayo Clinic Guide To Your Baby's First Year
by Walter J. et al Cook Details
Provides a guide to the first twelve months of life with a new baby, including information on feeding, immunizations, development, sleeping, and medical care.
Naturally Healthy First Foods for Baby: The Best Nutrition for the First Year and Beyond
by Jacqueline Rubin Details
An informative, innovative and easy-to-use guide that shows you how to prepare wholesome, homemade baby foods.
Parents Need to Eat Too: Nap-friendly Cooking, One-handed Meals, and Time-saving Kitchen Tricks for New Parents
by Debbie Koenig Details
Specifically designed for frazzled, sleep-deprived parents, every recipe in Parents Need to Eat, Too is nutritious, delicious, satisfying, and EASY. As a bonus each recipe includes instructions for preparing baby food from the same ingredients.
Today's Moms: Essentials for Surviving Baby's First Year
by Mary Ann Zoellner Details
Two producers of Today share their experiences and wisdom on baby's first year, along with priceless advice and anecdotes from the anchors and experts on America's number-one morning show.
Updated 03/21/2014
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