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Baby's First Year A Complete Illustrated Guide for Your Child's First Twelve Months

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ISBN-10: 1599215039

ISBN-13: 9781599215037

Edition: 2009

Authors: Robin McClure, Vincent Iannelli, Susana Bates

List price: $24.95
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This book offers a completely fresh, visually unmatched, authoritative and all-encompassing perspective on that decisive first year of an infant's lifeallowing parents to finally make sense of all the often confusing advice they've invariably received from friends, family, the Internet, and elsewhere. Organized according to a baby's ageallowing readers to find information quickly when they need itKnack Baby's First Yearcovers both the practical "how-tos" and provides hundreds of ways to promote a baby's growth and development, while also leaving readers with a fuller understanding of the larger issues surrounding a newborn's first twelve months. 375 full-color photos 25 illustrations …    
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Globe Pequot Press, The
Publication date: 8/4/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 8.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

Robin McClure has authored the About.com Guide to Child Care since 2004 and has worked in the field of Public Education and Continuing Education for 13 years. She is a professional writer and a busy mom of three very active kids.<br

Robin McClureis an educator and a busy mom of three active kids. The author ofThe Playskool Guide to Baby Play andThe Playskool Toddler’s Busy Play Book, shenbsp;has beennbsp;the About.com Guide to Child Care since 2004. She lives in North Richland Hills, Texas. nbsp; Vince Iannelli, M.D., has a pediatrics practice near his hometown of Dallas, Texas, and is an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. The creator of keepkidshealthy.com, he has been a featured expert in national magazines, includingBaby TalkandRedbook.

Introduction
Your New Baby
Babies Big and Small
Newborn Skin
What Newborns Look Like
Multiples
Unique Newborn Features
Umbilical Cord Stump
Baby Comes Home
Getting Baby Home
Holding Baby
Interacting with Baby
Visitors and Family
Baby Sleep Safety
Baby's Bed
Newborn: Milestones
Health
Growth
Emotions
Language
Safety
Gear
Newborn: Care
Swaddling
Diaper Off
Diaper On
Dressing
Special Care
Gear
Newborn: Feeding
Breastfeeding
Nursing Holds
Bottle-feeding
Baby Formula
Burping
Gear
Newborn: Bathing
Sponge Baths
First Bath: Getting Ready
First Bath: In the Water
Washing Hair
Bath Gear
For Dads
Newborn: My World
Cognitive Development
Social Development
A Good Environment for Baby
Contact that Baby Needs
Play
For Dads
Three to Six Months: Milestones
Health
Growth
Emotions
Language
Safety
Gear
Three to Six Months: Care
Bathing
Dressing
Diapering
Sleeping
On the Move
Infant Ailments
Three to Six Months: Feeding
Schedules
Readiness
Cereal
Feeding Baby
Allergies or Intolerance
Food Options
Three to Six Months: My World
Playtime
Exploring and Learning
Social Development
Routine
Other Caregivers
For Dads
Six to Nine Months: Milestones
Health
Growth
Emotions
Safety
Childproofing
Gear
Six to Nine Months: Care
Bathing
Dressing
Diapering
Sleeping
Teething
On the Go
Six to Nine Months: Feeding
Solid Food
Gear
What to Drink
Reflexes and Reactions
Schedule and Menus
Recipes
Six to Nine Months: My World
Play
Cognitive Development
Social Development
Language
Motor Development
For Dads
Nine to 12 Months: Milestones
Health
Illnesses & Ailments
Growth & Motor Skills
Emotions
Language
Gear
Nine to 12 Months: Care
Bathing
Dressing
Diapering
Sleeping
Safety
Child-Care Environment
Nine to 12 Months: Feeding
Transitioning to a Cup
Weaning from Breastfeeding
Finger Foods
Schedule
Mealtime Ideas
Dining Out
Nine to 12 Months: My World
Cognitive Development
Playing
Separation Anxiety
Language
Sign Language