The Baby Book provides everything you need to know as a parent -- from pregnancy superfoods and labor tips to first check-ups and breastfeeding secrets -- while presenting this part of life as something you should celebrate, not fear.
More than 150 conditions Symptoms charts with clear "yes/no" answers to what might be wrong Clear photography illustrating step-by-step practical instructions for first aid Checklist boxes and key topic boxes packed with additional information
Pediatrician, mother and blogger Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson helps decipher today’s conflicting medical opinions, offers helpful online resources, and shares what she’s learned over many years from her patients, friends and family in this enlightening guide to parenting.
Family nutrition expert Eileen Behan posits that good nutrition and good eating habits start on day one. The Baby Food Bible features a guide to more than 100 foods recommended for infants and toddlers based on the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines, tells parents when to introduce these foods into a child's diet, and emphasizes the importance of setting healthy eating routines that center on family meals at the dining room table–the perfect time to build good habits.
Simple Recipes for a Wholesome Start Nothing compares with making your own baby food: It's fresh and unprocessed, you choose what goes into it, and it is a delicious way to introduce your child to a world of flavors. InReal Baby Food, Jenna Helwig helps you fit this loving act into a busy day's routine by making the process easy, fast, and flexible with 100 meals to begin a lifetime of healthy eating--from the moment your baby takes her first bite of solid food through her toddler years when she's happily ensconced in a booster seat at the family table.
This liberating cookbook for the newest eater in your family encourages foodie parents to think beyond the baby food aisle. Here you'll find over 100 recipes for babies and toddlers so appetising and so nutritious that you're sure to devour them - okay, let's call it "taste test" - right along with your little one. Consider yourself warned: your child's first words might just be "More, please."