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Heading home with your newborn : from birth to reality /

Jana, Laura A. (author.). Shu, Jennifer. (Added Author).

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Kershaw - Camden Library 649.1J (Text) 33255002836766 Adult Non-Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 1581104448
  • ISBN: 9781581104448
  • Physical Description: xxiii, 372 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
    print
  • Edition: Second edition.
  • Publisher: Elk Grove Village, IL : American Academy of Pedriatics, [2011]

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Part I: Into the mouths of babes. Breastfeeding ; Formula for success ; Bottles and nipples ; Going with the flow -- Part II: What goes in must come out. To pee or not to pee ; Poop happens ; Other unmentionables and inconveniences ; Spitting up and vomiting -- Part III: Activities of daily living. Sleeping like a baby ; Crying ; The art and science of diapering ; Baby bath basics ; Clothing and accessories ; Taking care of yourself -- Part IV: Activities of daily learning. Baby brain basics ; Do you understand me now? ; These hands were made for talking ; Fun and games ; Books and babies ; The sounds of music ; Media matters -- Part V: Thinking outside of the house. Car safety ; Flying the family-friendly skies ; Choosing child care, insider tips for all those who care -- Part VI: Just for the health of it. Finding the right baby doctor, a view from the inside out ; Head to toe and in between ; Fever: trial by fire ; Seeing yellow: jaundice ; Getting to the points: vaccines, your baby and you -- Part VII: Thanks for the memories. Birth memories ; Commemorative creations ; Capturing moments along the way ; Sharing the memories.
Summary, etc.: Includes chapters on breastfeeding, baby formulas, bottles and nipples, peeing and pooping, sleep, crying, diapering, bathing, clothing and accessories, car safety, air travel, choosing a pediatrician, health, fevers, jaundice, photography.
Subject: Infants Development
Infants Care
Newborn infants Care
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