Tracy Hogg


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The United Kingdom
Died
November 25, 2004

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Tracy Hogg obtained her nursing degree in England, specializing in maternity and neonatal care. Her uncanny ability to understand and calm babies led to her nickname "The Baby Whisperer." In 1997, she founded Baby Technique, through which she consults with parents individually, organizes and teaches group classes, and provides nanny training and referrals. She is the mother of two daughters.
Tracy Hogg died of melanoma in November 2004.

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Secrets of the Baby Whisper...

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The Baby Whisperer Solves A...

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Sleep: Secrets to Getting Y...

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“Start as you mean to go on.”
Tracy Hogg, Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

“It takes patience and a calm environment. It takes strength and stamina. It takes respect and kindness. It takes responsibility and discipline. It takes attention and keen observation. It takes time and practice—a lot of doing it wrong before you get it right. And it takes listening to your own intuition. Notice how often”
Tracy Hogg, Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

“Humans, at any age, are habitual creatures—they function better within a regular pattern of events. Structure and routine are normal to everyday life. Everything has a logical order. As my Nan says, “You can’t add eggs to the pudding after it’s baked.”
Tracy Hogg, Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

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