Babies by the Bay: The Insider's Guide to Everything from Doctors and Diapers to Playgrounds and Preschools in the San Francisco Bay Area (Google eBook)

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Council Oak Books, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 452 pages
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The most up-to-date, in-depth guide to everything for baby and parent throughout the entire Bay Area. Highly detailed and extensively researched with valuable opinions from local parents, Babies by the Bay provides the information parents need to make informed choices for important decisions on everything -- from childcare to toddler sports.
  

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Contents

IN THE BEGINNING Making Smart Pregnancy Delivery and Pediatric Health Care Choices
1
TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF Pre and Post Natal Fitness
68
OUTFITTING YOURSELF Finding Stylish Maternity Clothes without Breaking the Bank
100
ALL THAT BABY STUFF Shopping for Gear Nursery Clothes Toys Photography and Childproofing
117
SURVIVING THE FIRST FEW MONTHS Postpartum help
189
KEEPING YOUR SANITY Join a Parents Group
220
GETTING OUT Classes for Kids
254
GETTING OUT Parks Museums Animals Stories and Other Adventures
281
IN SEARCH OF MABY POPPINS Finding Competent Child Care
339
CHOOSING A PRESCHOOL YOULL LOVE and Getting In
404
Bibliography
444
About the Authors
448
Index
449
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Page 21 - This practice does not supplant the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology that all infants receive vitamin K at birth.

About the author (2002)

Keene is a former World Bank consultant, and executive with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Lamarre is an active member of various North Bay parenting groups. She is a former intellectual property lawyer.

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