The Baby Whisperer taught me a lot more about what my baby was doing. It felt like she was a leech: constantly demanding of me emotionally and physically. The book was a breath of fresh air as it provided insight and a structure for us to work to, which helped us to understand what she needed.
On Becoming Babywise continues to gain global recognition for its common-sense approach to parenting a newborn. The infant management plan offered by Pediatrician Robert Bucknam, M.D. and co-author Gary Ezzo in this book helps parents successfully and naturally synchronize their baby's feeding time, waketime and nighttime cycles.
THE CONTENTED LITTLE BABY BOOK, based on Gina Ford's personal experience of caring for over 300 babies, was first published in 1999. It quickly established Gina as an influential new authority on baby and childcare issues and has remained one of the best-selling parenting books in the UK.
Parents can avoid power struggles by helping the child feel understood even as the parent sets limits. Try empathizing, giving choices, and understanding that respect goes both ways. Looking for win/win solutions rather than just laying down the law keeps strong-willed children from becoming explosive and teaches them essential skills of negotiation and compromise.
No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline Without Shame by Janet Lansbury Star rating: ★★☆☆☆ 2/5 Format: library paperback Summary: A parenting advice book on disciplining toddlers. Review: There are some helpful techniques in this book. A few I have tried since reading that have seemed to worked but that doesn't make this a good book.
Positive Discipline: A Guide for Parents gives you information and tools to help with common parenting experiences you may have from the time your child is an infant through the early grade school years. The strategies in this booklet promote positive development in children and positive parent-child relationships. We do not recommend spanking.
Toddler Tactics is bursting with practical strategies for making the toddler years the exhilarating experience they should be. #4: Raising Boys by Steve Biddulph A friendly and practical guide to the stages and issues in boys development from birth to manhood.
Playful Parenting by Lawrence J. Cohen explains to parents that play is a child's way of communicating and understanding their environment. Children use play to explore the world, communicate deep feelings, get close to people that they care about, work through stressful situations, and blow off steam.
Your 3-year-old is ready and willing to make new friends, but he still needs some help from you. Arrange playdates with a small, regular group of peers. Three-year-olds tend to engage in parallel play, meaning playing next to, rather than with, other children. By sticking with the same kids, your child will have a chance to form relationships.
Setting Limits with Your Strong-Willed Child, Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition: Eliminating Conflict by Establishing CLEAR, Firm, and Respectful Boundaries [Robert J. Mackenzie] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. <b>In this fully revised and expanded second edition, Setting Limits</i> author Robert MacKenzie is back with even ...
Child therapist Natasha Daniels offers parents support and guidance through the minefield of parenting kids with Childhood Anxiety and Child OCD. Child therapist Natasha Daniels offers parents support and guidance through the minefield of parenting kids with Childhood Anxiety and Child OCD.