Baby: An Owner's Manual

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Beaufort Books, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 226 pages
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If only babies came with their own instruction booklets. Well, here's the good news. He's Dr. Bud Zukow, and he has been fielding your most common (and not-so-common) pediatric questions for more than 40 years. In BABY: An Owner's Manual, he offers encouraging solutions and expert, up-to-the-minute advice on such crucial issues as: . Will my baby ever fall asleep'. How do I start a schedule I can actually stick to'. When can we start the baby on solid food'. How much crying is normal'. Will I ever get used to being a parent?From day one through the end of the first year, this wise, witty, indispensable book provides answers to your most pressing problems, as well as practical tips for getting you through the days and nights. It's just like having a pediatrician on call - helping you make decisions that are good for your baby and good for you!

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Dr. Bud Zukow is Chairman Emeritus of the Department of Pediatrics at Encino/Tarzana Regional Medical Center, where he is also in private practice. After raising three children and treating thousands more, Dr. Zukow describes himself as a parent advocate. He is the author of Parent Power: Preserving Your Identity Through Realistic Parenting.

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