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What to Expect the First Year (Anglais) Belle reliure – 8 octobre 2008


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  • Belle reliure: 806 pages
  • Editeur : Turtleback Books; Édition : Reprint (8 octobre 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0606316434
  • ISBN-13: 978-0606316439
  • Dimensions du produit: 4,5 x 14,8 x 22 cm
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32 internautes sur 33 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The only parenting book I've actually used 1 octobre 2009
Par J. Stokes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I'm a dad and we've purchased various baby/parenting books, but this is by far the best.
Pros:
- the layout is excellent, I can easily find what I'm looking for without having to read through large sections.
- our daughter is 11 months now and the book has covered (with very few exceptions) everything we've had questions on.

Con:
- as any new parent has discovered, parenting is like politics, everyone has their own position. While this book overall does a good job of fairly presenting all positions, there are some areas where the authors' personal opinions slant the presentation. Just something to be aware of.
18 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beneficial for these new parents! 30 avril 2011
Par H. Jin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As with 'What To Expect When You're Expecting', I note that many negative reviews of this book contain blatant plugs for rival books. So read into that what you will.

'What To Expect: The First Year' has been greatly beneficial to these two new parents through the first 5 months of our child's life. Like its predecessor, the book is divided into monthly chapters, starting from birth. Each chapter begins with a brief outline of milestones that baby should be reaching, before discussing month-specific issues in greater detail. There is a wealth of information here, covering everything you can possibly think of, from feeding to bathing to baby behaviour. When is the best time to introduce solids? How do you discipline a ten month old effectively? What's the best method to put baby to sleep? What can we expect at each medical check-up? What I found fascinating was how comprehensive the book is, covering a whole range of issues that many new parents would never have thought about: how should you cut a baby's hair or brush a baby's teeth, for example? As with 'What To Expect When You're Expecting', the Question-and-Answer format ensures each chapter is well laid-out and easy to read; you can skip straight to the issue you're concerned about rather than be forced to read the whole chapter in a block.

In addition, there are special sections devoted to dressing baby for extreme heat or cold, treating a sick or injured child, as well as advice for the parents of a premature or disabled baby. Perhaps this is where some reviewers criticise the book for being "alarmist", but the book is merely comprehensive in facing up to the fact that not every baby is born "perfect". The sections on chornically ill or developmentally-challenged babies are handled with tact and sensitiviity, and are not "alarmist" in any way. Finally, there are sections devoted to the health and wellbeing of the new parents. The advice for new mothers is very comprehensive, although once again as a new father I found the section for Dads a bit vague and patronising. The book seems to assume that the only thing men care about is making love and having their wife get her bikini figure back....you'd think they could come up with more than that.

That very minor quibble apart, we have found 'The First Year' an essential and extremeley comprehensive reference book, and would recommend it to all new parents.
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buy the real book 23 avril 2012
Par Suzanne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The kindle version of this book doesn't contain all the extra box inserts that the real book contains and you miss a whole lot of information without them. Definitely not worth it. Wish I hadn't wasted the money.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Expansive but lacking expertise in places 21 mai 2013
Par Pawsforthought - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I'm not the target audience for this book, given that I'm an adoptive dad, and not a pregnant woman, and I was reminded of that fact in every page of this encyclopedic approach to baby care. The authors clearly bring a wealth of knowledge of all things baby, but I find they tackle some topics without the requisite expertise. Case in point: adoption. The sections devoted to adoption are written by someone with only a general understanding of adoption and few genuine insights and quite a few notions I just plain disagree with.
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Loved It! 17 septembre 2011
Par palmershire - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
'What to Expect in the First Year' has been such a great resource that I wish I would have read it when I had more time (before the birth of our son). The topics discuss so many of the issues that we as women face with our little ones. In this book, the author talks about 'decoding and comforting crying' (see Harvey Karp's video on YouTube @ <...> for some amazing soothing techniques), sleeping through the night, breastfeeding, formula feeding, expressing milk, diapering tips, hospital checkups, starting solids, 'making the transition into parenthood', nursery setup, safety, naps, teething, incoming teeth, baby's attitudes and milestones, messy eating habits, new mommy and daddy concerns and so much more.

I don't know if it's the surging hormones of us preggers, but I get so fed up reading reviews that expect pregnancy books to magically address EVERY personal situation in EVERY way, shape and form. It's absurd and unrealistic. Personally, I have found this book very helpful. What this book provides the reader is a comprehensive guide to many of the issues that pregnant women face. Whether you are breast or bottle feeding, the book offers plenty of information and includes questions from real-world moms with varying perspectives. You don't have to agree with the author to glean some wisom from this book.
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