Baby Sense: The book’s accessible tone and the focus on baby’s sleep, calming and development remain in the new edition, while authors Meg Faure and Ann Richardson updated the content to reflect current research, and address questions and requests from both moms and professionals. What is new?
Toddler Sense: Knowing what constitutes normal toddler behaviour will help you accept and respect this and go a long way towards effective, guilt-free and realistic parenting. Your toddler learns through his senses – to guide him, you need to practise wisdom with sense.
Sleep Sense: Simple, sensible solutions to ensure you and your baby will get a good night’s sleep by establishing healthy sleeping habits.
Feeding Sense: Uncertain of what to eat during pregnancy or while breastfeeding? Challenges with breast or bottle feeding? Or just looking for practical guidelines on introducing solids? Whether you have a fussy eater or an allergic baby, Feeding Sense prepares you for the road ahead and guides you through all your baby’s feeding milestones.
Pregnancy Sense: Pregnancy is a journey like no other; it is the start of a new human life. It is also the birth of a mother who, over nine months, changes in every possible way – physically, emotionally and socially. Reading Pregnancy Sense will reduce the anxiety that may stem from the unknown and help you make your choices with insight and flexibility.