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Baby Love: Everything You Need to Know about Your Baby’s First Year

Baby Love: Everything You Need to Know about Your Baby’s First Year by Robin Barker, ISBN: 9780871319852
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ISBN: 9780871319852
Publisher: Rowman and Littlefield
Published: 1 June, 2002
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)
Editions: 7 other editions of this product

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Baby Love: Everything You Need to Know about Your Baby’s First Year

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Expert advice from a registered nurse/midwife on caring for your baby from birth through the first year of life. Full of wisdom and humour, this comprehensive guide tells new parents exactly what they need to know. Includes essential information for the well-being of both parent and child on everything from temper tantrums, sleep hassles, not eating, biting, and strange habits, to the basics of breast feeding, to dealing with the conflicting emotions that come about when one becomes a parent.

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