Baby Girls: An Owner's Manual

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Penguin Group, 2005 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 273 pages
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An expert dose of good common sense for parents embarking on the exciting, exhausting, enriching, and endlessly fun experience of raising a baby girl. Complete with practical advice, suggestions, checklists, and more, it covers:

- Selecting a daughter's doctor
- Girls' hygiene and common health questions
- Social, cognitive, and emotional development
- Great toys for girls and other tools for fun and learning
- Shepherding a daughter's developing sense of identity
- And more

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Theresa Foy DiGeronimo, M.Ed., is a parenting expert and the author or co-author of 37 nonfiction books, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth and Raising a Thinking Child. Her articles about parenting and childcare have appeared in Parents, Child, and Sesame Parents magazines, among others.

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