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101 Ways to Raise a Happy Baby
by Lisa McCourt
This parenting primer covers the topics that keep parents up at night, from toilet training to tantrums. Written in a warm, conversational tone and sprinkled with advice from experts, 101 Ways to Raise a Happy Toddler offers several answers to each question, encouraging moms and dads to pick and choose what works for them and their toddler.
Paperback, 142 pages
Published December 31st 1999 by Lowell House
(first published 1999)
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I am not a wholesale attachment parenting advocate (if I were I really wouldn't be able to get anything done with three nursing children still sleeping in my bed!) but this book has some good ideas. Take the good advice, leave the rest. I especially found interesting the research concerning how holding your baby close often can help her digestive and respiratory systems learn to function well.
I love the book! I don't agree with everything but I've taken all the information in and will use it to my advantage. I recommend reading this book. If most people took this book into consideration when raising their children I think this world would be a lot better place.