Baby Milestones: What to Expect and how to Stimulate Your Child's Development from 0-3 Years

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Hamlyn, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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"Written by a best-selling author who is also a doctor and mother of three, this fully illustrated guide helps parents understand every aspect of their baby's development during the first three precious years of life. From newborn to toddler to starting nursery school, here's what to expect at every stage: what's normal and when to worry; choosing toys; babyproofing; potty training; tantrums; siblings; medical checkups, and more, including issues for twins or triplets and premature and special needs babies. How do babies learn? Are gender characteristics inborn? Why do some babies do things sooner than others? The answers are fascinating. It's essential reading for all parents who wants to bring out the best in their baby or child."

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Dr Carol Cooper MA, MB, BChir, MRCP is a practising family doctor, writer, broadcaster and medical advisor and columnist for Britain's most popular daily newspaper. Her main interest is in family and child health and she is the author of a number of bestselling childcare books. She has three children, including twins.

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