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Baby Mind Reader
 
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Derek Ogilvie
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Baby Mind Reader

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Published April 1st 2006 (first published January 1st 2006)
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Misty
Feb 01, 2008 Misty rated it really liked it
It must be hard for the ex club-owner, childless, single gay guy Ogilvie to tell mothers what their little broods were thinking and feeling. Even worse, to convince mothers that they should start listening to their child. Half of the book is filled with Ogilvie's struggle in becoming a clearvoyant/satient/audient of babies. Because as hard it might be to believe, babies do pick up on parents' emotions and thoughts, attach a certain feeling to it, and project these feelings unto a willing medium ...more
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