Présentation de l'éditeur
For most people, the idea of starting a family and having a baby conjures up a mixture of emotions. They are excited to start this new journey but scared at the same time. Will they do the right thing? Will their baby be healthy? Will they repeat the mistakes of their parents – or the successes? How will they know if they are doing it “right”?
The idea that YOU are the one responsible for this tiny new life can be overwhelming.
This book will help you see how to eliminate one of the major challenges in having a baby – communication. When a baby is born, the only way he or she can communicate is by crying. Learning and using sign language with your baby allows them to communicate with you MUCH sooner than if they had to wait until they could talk – up to two years sooner!
Better communication means WAY less crying and a MUCH happier baby – and parent!
PLUS, this book will show you how you can benefit from this new form of communication in just minutes a day - honestly!
Ready? Let’s get started…
Biographie de l'auteur
Barb Asselin is a college professor and best-selling author who is published in many different genres including education, law, real estate, writing, online business, golfing, crafting, parenting, internet marketing, entrepreneurship, baby sign language, fitness, office administration, children's fiction and children's non-fiction. She is an avid reader of many different genres and has been passionate about writing since grade school when she wrote her first short story about vampires. This was in the 1980s....way before Twilight! Barb has been creating and administering websites and social media accounts since 2006. She loves to learn and apply the latest traffic techniques and online sales strategies to see what works best. Her daughters call her a "computer geek" and she is OK with that. She loves to teach through her courses, books, and textbooks, and strives to make a connection with each student and reader. Barb lives in Canada with her husband, Mike, and two adorable daughters, Casey and Jamie. They enjoy music, skiing, golfing, running, and mixed martial arts.