Baby Whispering

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Penguin UK, Jul 25, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 168 pages
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This is the practical handbook that every mother needs when preparing for a new baby. Broken down into easy-to-follow timeframes from preparing for arrival andbirth right through to 12 months, you'll quickly find answers to everything youneed to know.Find out all about: your baby's basic needs and development common problems and solutions techniques for breast feeding AND bottle feeding (expressed milk and formula) crying and settling, plus dealing with colic Sharlene's technique to bring up wind sleeping patterns and suggested routines developmental play For years, Sharlene has been helping new parents. NowBaby Whispering will give you the sameskills, confidence and information which you can personalise to suit you and your baby. Click here to look inside Baby Whispering

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Sharlene's book was my husband and my bible when we had our son 6 months ago. Her tips range from what to take to hospital, through to settling, feeding, winding and various suggested sleep/feed routines. I endorse all her suggested techniques, they were life savers! Sharlene's advice is logical so it makes putting it into practice that much more easier. Our son is now 6 months old and we still use Sharlene's book as our first port of call for advice. Thank you Sharlene for helping our first months with our wee tot so much more manageable and special.  


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About the author (2012)

Sharlene Poole is a postnatal advisor and is considered THE authority on the subject in New Zealand. She has over 10 years experience working in postnatal care and as a nanny. In 2000 Sharlene based herself in the UK where she quickly forged a unique market for herself as a maternity nurse. Her reputation grew quickly through word-of-mouth and soon Sharlene was being flown around the world to ex-pat clients in countries such as Japan, India, South Africa, Australia and Dubai. Her talents for calming babies have been showcased on TVNZ's Sunday programme, and she is a regular contributor to magazines and the Good Morning show.

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