Growing Together: A Parent's Guide to Baby's First Year
"Growing Together" charts baby's typical development by monthly chapters from birth to toddlerhood. Black & white and many color photos illustrate the growth of motor, language, social, and cognitive skills. Sears offers parents suggestions on helping baby reach his full developmental potential and attachment-style parenting.
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