Describes babies and the things they do from the time they are born until their first birthday. On board pages.
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Library reading programs for very young children have blossomed across the nation over the last decade, encouraging in toddlers a fondness for the library and an excitement for the books to be found there. In an effort to promote a love of language in babies as young as three months old, scores of early childhood initiatives are beginning to sprout as well. Aimed at children's librarians who work with infants and toddlers and their parents, this librarian-tested sourcebook provides ten ready-to-use activities for babies, five for pre-walkers, and five for walkers. Marino includes rhymes involving body movement, songs, fingerplays, circle games, and books in ways that teach parents how to interact with their young children while enriching language development and enhancing listening capabilities in the babies. Several of the rhymes are repeated in a separate section to help librarians and others in charge of children's programs present parents and caregivers with the tools they need to use rhymes and activities at home, in the car, or whenever and wherever they wish. A helpful bibliography lists some of the best picture books to use with babies and toddlers, rhyme collections, and numerous recordings that are suitable for very young children.
A Bible teacher with a keen understanding of women offers forty devotions for moms based on the words and deeds of Jesus.
From the author of the bestselling Everywhere Babies comes a sweet and bouncy rhyming picture book that celebrates all the joys and wonders of being a baby.
Offers advice to new parents on how to take care of their child, including feeding, clothing, health care, daycare, sleeping, teething, and walking
Explains how to childproof a home, safety in the backyard, and how to choose cribs, high chairs, strollers, playpens, toys, and car seats
Change is in the air—the Boss Baby’s staff has stopped taking his direction! It seems that there is a new CEO in town; from the moment she comes home, Boss Baby’s little sister is extremely loud and is demanding all sorts of corporate perks he never got. Can the Boss Baby and his staff get used to the new corporate structure?
What would you do if one of your friends was wrongfully arrested and killed by the police? If you knew he left behind an orphaned child, would you step in and do everything possible to make sure that child had food and shelter? Well, our main characters find themselves in that position in this wonderful story. "Sugar Baby."
His whole life, Andrew Malone has hated the man who abandoned his pregnant mother. But he begins to feel compassion when he watches Robert MacAllister clutch his chest and crumble to the ground. Meanwhile, Dr. Kara MacAllister develops an attraction to Andrew, even as he threatens to disrupt the family she hold dear. Is he a good man or a skillful liar?
From the moment he arrives, it is obvious that the new baby is boss and he gets whatever he wants, from drinks made-to-order around the clock to his executive gym.
Finally, a sensible plan for women who return to work after a three-month maternity leave Anyone who has ever had a baby has heard the prevailing medical wisdom that "breast is best" for baby's first food. Solid science stands behind that wisdom: Excellent studies show that there are immunological and other benefits for the breastfed baby. On the other hand, doctors and breastfeed- ing advocates rarely appreciate or even acknowledge the challenges that go along with breastfeeding until baby is ready for solid food -- anywhere from four to nine months. The simple and reasonable approach is one that many doctors and breastfeeding advocates unfortunately treat as sacrilege: Limit breastfeeding to the length of your maternity leave. As Dr. Wilkoff explains, the truth is that women who nurse for three months (or until their maternity leave is over) provide their children with an optimal start in terms of nutrition and can have the same rewarding experience as mothers who nurse their children much longer. In contrast to the insistence of militant breastfeeding advocates, he offers an important and comforting message: Breast is best for as long as you can comfortably manage it. There are no guilt trips or political agendas here. Instead mothers will find: a practical plan for establishing a nursing schedule troubleshooting advice, including how moms can avoid becoming the baby's pacifier help with making a smooth transition back to the workplace and more
A one-stop guide to the basics of baby care features practical advice on everything from diapers to baby monitors, covering food, medicine, safety, psychology, and much more. Original.