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    Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby's First Year (Paperback) By (author) Mayo Clinic

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    DescriptionA steady, ever-present resource of both information and wisdom for brand-new parents taking care of their child from the newborn stage through the baby's first year of life. When you're faced with a perplexing development, reach for this complete Guide by the baby experts at the renowned Mayo Clinic By doctors who are also parents. Yikes, you're suddenly parents, home alone with your brand-new baby! Where's your own mother or smart friend --where's your pediatrician -- when you desperately need reassurance and advice? Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby's First Year is a steady, ever-present source of both information and wisdom. When you're faced with a perplexing development, reach for this complete Guide by the baby experts at the renowned Mayo Clinic. When you wonder what might happen next, check the "Month-by-Month Growth and Development" pages of this trusted companion.


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    Very Organised3

    Priti Patel Book Chapters Layout:
    The chapters of this book are very very organised. The table of contents is very useful to jump to different chapters. Its not necessary that you read this from the start to finish, you can always start at any chapter you want to. In my opinion the person who wrote the book must be very organised and wants to make it easy for parents to read the book and use it as a guide

    Chapters contents:
    Not everything you read in this book is worth knowing, some info they provide is way too "common sense" for you to miss it. But they state it in the book anyways, some parents can be very naive. I wished they would elaborate on some techniques and methods especially on the breast feeding techniques for c-section mom. In my opinion it was way too short. The best chapters are on baby sickness, diseases (comes with pictures), first aid chapters and baby's growth and milestones month by month

    Tips in the book:

    Some tips are worth noting, like how to make your own home-made baby wipes if your baby is sensitive or has allergy to store bought baby wipes by Priti Patel

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