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The second book in the Dr. Spock Take Charge Parenting Guides, crafted by the Dr. Spock Co., Take Charge of Your Pregnancy contains all the essenteial information on pregnancy and fetal development in one clear, concise volume. Pregnant? Congratulations! Now let an expert guide you through this exciting time. Pregnancy is a time of powerful emotions, dramatic changes, and plenty of questions. Noted obstetrician Marjorie Greenfield, MD, one of the new team of medical experts at The Dr. Spock Company, has written this authoritative book to answer all your questions and help ensure a happy, healthy pregnancy. Dr. Spock's Pregnancy Guide will take you month by month through the thrilling journey to parenthood, with special focus on how to: -Follow the development of your growing baby -Find the right obstetrician or midwife -Deal with common symptoms and problems -Plan the kind of childbirth experience you want -Get good care every step of the way, and more For more than 50 years, Dr. Benjamin Spock was the world's best-known pediatrician. Drawing upon his trusted philosophy of baby and child care, a new generation of experts at The Dr. Spock Company brings today's moms and dads the latest in parenting, child-health, and pregnancy information. Be sure to pick up Dr. Spock's Baby Basics, the first book in the Take Charge Parenting Guides series.
Are you ready to care for your new baby? Here's all the practical advice you need! Distinguished pediatrician Robert Needlman, one of the new team of experts at The Dr. Spock Company, provides the best up-to-date information on your baby's most fundamental needs, with plenty of useful tips on day-to-day care. An easy-to-use reference that you'll turn to again and again, Dr. Spock's Baby Basics will help you: Succeed at breastfeeding and bottle-feeding Encourage good sleep habits, right from the start Bathe, diaper, and groom your baby Choose a crib, a car seat, and other essentials Understand the different causes of crying Start your baby on solid foods, and much more For more than 50 years, Dr. Benjamin Spock was the world's best-known pediatrician. Drawing upon his trusted philosophy of baby and child care, a new generation of experts at The Dr. Spock Company brings today's moms and dads the latest parenting and child-health information. Watch for the next two books in the Take Charge Parenting Guides series: Dr. Spock's Pregnancy Guide and Dr. Spock's Safety & First Aid for Babies and Toddlers.
A revised and updated edition of the standard guide to baby and child care includes new material on computers and the Internet, nontraditional families, physical and moral development, disabilities, first aid and injury prevention, immunization and other challenges and responsibilities of modern parenting. Original.
From the pediatrician whose advice has shaped parenting practices for more than half a century, comes the essential parenting book, fully revised and updated for a new generation. From the pediatrician whose advice has shaped parenting practices for more than half a century, comes the essential parenting book—fully revised and updated for a new generation. This timeless, classic bestseller has been revised by Dr. Robert Needleman, a top-notch physician who shares Dr. Spock’s philosophy. All Dr. Spock’s invaluable, time-tested advice is here, along with the most current medical practices and advances in health care, and a resource guide. More than ever before, this essential work will help all parents face their many challenges and responsibilities with new confidence and joy.
Offers more than nine hundred practical tips from sixty doctors who are also mothers and includes when-to-call-the doctor sidebars and product recommendations.
The author, once a teenage welfare mother who became the much-publicized founder of Hip Mama: The Parenting Zine, presents a no-nonsense, down-to-earth guide for working mothers to all of the issues of motherhood. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.
Provides a cross-cultural look at the child-rearing practices in seven societies around the world.
Describes a new mother's physical and emotional changes
The comprehensive “Dr. Spock”-like reference that is both reassuring and realistic—now updated to reflect the many advances in neonatology. Preemies, Second Edition is the only parents’ reference resource of its kind—delivering up-to-the-minute information on medical care in a warm, caring, and engaging voice. Authors Dana Wechsler Linden and Emma Trenti Paroli are parents who have “been there.” Together with neonatologist Mia Wechsler Doron, they answer the dozens of questions that parents will have at every stage—from high-risk pregnancy through preemie hospitalization, to homecoming and the preschool years—imparting a vast, detailed store of knowledge in clear language that all readers can understand. Preemies, Second Edition covers topics related to premature birth, including: What are your risk factors for having a premature baby? Can you do something to delay early labor? What do doctors know about you baby’s outlook during her first minutes and days of life? How will your preemie’s progress be monitored? How do you cope with a long hospitalization? Are there special preparations for you baby’s homecoming? What kind of stimulation during the first year gives your baby the best chance? Will your preemie grow up healthy? Normal?
A comprehensive woman-to-woman guide to all aspects of pregnancy, childbirth, and breast-feeding covers birth defect prevention, nutrition and exercise, warning signs, midwives and obstetricians, and labor and delivery. Original.
Advice designed to make pregnancy easier, healthier, and safer.
This book focuses on the internal and emotional state of parents who are expecting or have given birth to a child, examining the fears and anxieties that parents-to-be often experience but are hesitant to talk about.
Highly praised by expectant parents and childbirth educators alike, this comprehensive pregnancy reference (704 pages) is specifically designed for today’s hurried moms (and dads) for getting them through pregnancy and early baby care. Numerous navigation aides in the volume help parents to rapidly access critical information. The beautifully-illustrated, Your Pregnancy Week-by-Week section details every body change for both Mom and Baby for nine months with hundreds of timely coping tips. The Managing Your Pregnancy section includes: strategies for planning maternity leave; exercise guidelines; what to eat and what to avoid; safe and unsafe medications; and how to locate the best childcare and pediatricians. The illustrated Baby Gear Guide warns about unsafe products and offers solid, research-based facts for choosing the safest car seats, cribs, soft carriers, baby diapers and clothing. Your Guide to Giving Birth is the most up-to-date labor and birth resource available to parents today. Based on brand-new medical evidence, it helps families to realistically plan for labor and delivery, including detailed "you are there" descriptions for every major intervention and medication they’re likely to encounter -- such as epidurals, inductions and cesarean sections. You and Your Baby presents a complete guide for the first six months of life after birth. There's mom-friendly advice for post-birth recovery, and baby-sensitive care strategies for feeding, bathing, diapering, soothing and helping a baby to sleep. The book’s Resource Guide lists over 100 of the best Internet sites for parents. The comprehensive Pregnancy Dictionary translates 200-plus pregnancy and medical terms into easy-to-understand lay language. "I have this book as well as What to Expect When Expecting, and I find this book to be so much better as it gives a week to week breakdown of what is happening to both mom and baby. I pick up this book each week as my pregnancy progresses and even though not every issue listed in each week's summary necessarily happens to me, it's good to know what I 'could' expect. I would highly recommend this book to any expecting mom!" -- Cynthia, an expectant mother "If you are searching for one book for your pregnancy or for that one book to refer all of your expectant clients to, this book is by far the greatest achievement in childbirth education reading material! Sandy Jones and her daughter Marcie Jones have included absolutely everything an expectant woman and her family needs to know. This book should be on everyone's recommended reading list"--Connie Livingston, BS, RN, FACCE (Dona), CCE, CLD, birthsource.com "Great Expectations is the perfect resource for moms-to-be. Sandy and Marcie Jones speak to the expectant mother of today in a friendly, approachable tone, and present their thorough information in a way that's great for both quick look-ups, and in-depth reading."--Stacia Ragolia, VP, Community & Parenting, iVillage.com "Accurate, comprehensive, empowering, and current. I see this as being the new Dr. Spock for pregnancy...This is definitely a book I will recommend to my clients who are planning a pregnancy or currently pregnant."--Cherie C. Binns, RN, BS, MSCN
Revised and expanded to include the latest prenatal and childbirth techniques, a guide for expectant parents covers everything from what happens during conception, pregnancy, and childbirth, as well as the proper nutritional guidelines that should be followed, safe exercise programs, and obstetrical care. Reprint.
Identifies the best resources to consult for information about pregnancy, childbirth, and infant care, as well as adoption and infertility, and includes reviews of many more print and some electronic resources.
Covers hospital visits, daycare, diseases, first aid, and allergies
This guide is written especially for the over 35 expectant mothers, and answers all the special questions that are unique to older mothers-to-be. The easy week-by-week format provides information the way women want it most. Photos & illustrations.
Practical guide reviews over 500 products and services in 23 categories including car seats, carriers, toys, carriages, foods, day care, and parenting books.

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