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61 internautes sur 62 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Skeptic turned to fan 21 octobre 2006
Par S. McFarland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have to admit that I very nearly didn't buy this book. I found Babywise to be overly harsh, or at least it seemed to be at the time. I bought Toddlerwise, however, and was really impressed. First of all, let me say that my son is exactly two years old. With that in mind, he is at the middle to older end of the Toddlerwise spectrum. The thing is, as a parent, I was doing a lot of what Toddlerwise recommends before I bought the book. The book just filled in some BIG gaps for me. The first time I tried roomtime my son "read" to himself in his room for 20 minutes while I actually cleaned one of our bathrooms without once having to "yell" at him to stay away from the cleaning supplies. Also looking him in the eye when correcting him and expecting a response really helps us both. He is learning and I feel like I am actually getting through. I couldn't be more pleased!
236 internautes sur 257 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
You'll never see my children on Nanny 911! 16 avril 2005
Par M. L. Arnold - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a physician and a mother, I have found the Babywise/Toddlerwise/Childwise series to be extremely helpful for raising and training my children! As an aside, I raised my daughter using the principles in Babywise. I nursed her for 8 months, and never experienced difficulty with optimal weight gain. My daughter slept through the night at 9 weeks, and was a happy baby. I am often complemented by friends and work colleagues about how well-behaved my children are, and I owe much of that to the Ezzo texts for teaching me some practical things about child-rearing.

For those of you with children between 2 and 3, you may find further useful information in the next edition, Childwise (ages 3-7). There was not as much information in the Toddlerwise edition about controlling/preventing certain behaviors (e.g., tantrums), but I found a wealth of information in the Childwise edition.

I will say that I felt the potty training section in Toddlerwise was less helpful to me. I did purchase their recommended text, Toilet Training in Less Than a Day (also recommended by Dr. Phil), and found it to be inspiring, but somewhat disappointing.

For the contemplative parent, who is considering this purchase:

Yes, there is a foundation based on Biblical principle, with practical applications. If you find offense in Bible-based theories, then don't bother with the Ezzo series, because you lack the foundation on which to build these principles. If you are the type of parent that seeks to be "an equal partner" with your child, don't bother. The principles presented in the Ezzo texts will continually challenge your parenting philosophy. For those who seek a method of *training*, with practical applications, and are up to the challenge of active parenting, then this may be just what you are looking for. It sure has been for my family, and I continue to refer to many of the Ezzo guidelines as I raise my children. Our children are the envy of our friends and family for their good behavior. Sure, they have their bad days just like any other person, but you'll never see them on Nanny 911...
41 internautes sur 44 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Structure and routine does not equate abuse and lack of love 26 mars 2008
Par A. Yu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Most of the 1-star reviewers feels that the methods of this book is abusive and restricting - I think that's complete rubbish.

Having a routine and structure with your kids does not mean you are loving them less, abusing their creativity/freedom, and abusing them in the name of discipline. In fact, the book advocates different types of playtime: roomtime being an independent playtime in a room, free time being a time where the child gets to choose what he wants to do, structured playtime being a time when a parents chooses the activity, and playtimes with family members. Which one of these sound abusive or restrictive? When the child grows old enough to go to school, what do parents think happen? The teachers choose the activities and there will be a disciplinary guideline that your children will follow, so how is this book anything different?

Also, when it comes to handling curious toddlers who get into everything, the book suggests substitution over restriction and distraction. Substitution as defined in the book is to offer an equally desirable experience similar to the original one that caught the toddler's attention, but the location and time will be decided by mom. An example in the book, a child gets into the dog bowl and splashes the water. The alternate substitution for this behavior would be to give the toddler a clean bowl of water on the patio and let the child have at it. Again, what about this is abusive or restrictive?

I also see one reviewer comment on the sample schedule in the book (she gives a paraphrased version in her review). The problem with this reader is that she is not keeping in mind that this is an example routine that ONE mom used for her kids. That doesn't meant the book is saying every single family should follow this schedule where the kids play in half-hour increments using different play techniques. It's taking the book quite too literally.

Anyone who watches Super Nanny or Nanny 911 will know that basically all the families that have problems with their children lack a stable and predictable routine for their kids, and proper discipline techniques. Which led to the parents being burnt out to the point they no long enjoy being parents.

I think people who rated the book poorly have problems with responsible parenting. The Webster Dictionary definition of "nurture" is this: 1. to feed and protect, 2. to support and encourage, 3. to bring up, train, educate. To be nurturing means to parent in a way that meets the above definition. It is the responsibility of parents to love AND educate AND train their kids into responsible and morally upright people. If we raise our children in a way that allows them to have no respect for us, not obeying our guidelines/boundaries, and letting them do whatever the heck they want, then who's to say that they will not do the same to other adult for the rest of their lives.
126 internautes sur 146 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Tried it twice and love it. 13 février 2005
Par K. Wallace - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
We use the common sense methods in the author's book Baby Wise and Child Wise, and we are thrilled. Our children, now 3 and 7, are happy and healthy. They both slept through the night at very early ages, and have no problems putting themselves to sleep. Their regular schedules and knowledge of behavioral boundries makes them confident and secure. My 7 year old excels at school, loves piano and French and is well liked by classmates, teachers and other parents.

Those who denounce these books seem to have more of a political opposition to the author than a genuine concern for raising children, and the extremist rhetoric makes that obvious. Take it from a parent who has actually read and used these principles--they work!
39 internautes sur 45 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Encouraging book with good ideas 19 février 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book has been most helpful to us. We've read the entire book and found it to be very encouraging and insightful. It has provided us with a much needed parenting framework. Without this book (and Babywise I & II) our parenting would have probably been based on whatever seemed right at the time. After being in contact with our child, many, many people have said they wished they would have had access to this type of information when they were raising their children.
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