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The Emotional Life of Children from Birth to Age Two Unknown Binding – Aug 2001


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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Great Resource for Parents - esp. first timers! 14 July 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This is a very thorough, well organized resource for baby/child questions and issues from birth (even pre-birth) on up. I tend not to think any one book is a complete all in one - but this is pretty darn close. We also like that the advice and opinion offered is not as tense as some other books, as in "you MUST do this and be SURE you DON'T do this", rather, it offers examples and reasons behind the tried and true and stresses no one is a perfect parent - no two babies are exactly the same.
I plan to purchase several copies for my friends that are currently expecting.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
More of an overview than anything else 3 Nov. 2010
By AprilD - Published on Amazon.com
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Was expecting more in-depth information for the first 2 years of baby's development, but this very short book feels more like a bunch of generalizations and quick comments. Not worth the money if you have Dr Spock's Baby and Child Care. Also found Heading Home with Your Newborn (Jana/Shu) much more useful than this one.
Lots of good info, is a good book 5 Sept. 2010
By Esmeralda Cullen - Published on Amazon.com
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The book arrived on time.
I liked the book, the way is written makes you feel that Dr. Spock is talking to you.
It gives you an opinion and advices of what to do with your baby
and also gives you a peace of mind in many aspects that you may go thru with a newborn.
But does not replaces the baby's practitioner.
Dr. Spock was not very keen on giving cows milk or any kind of meat to a kid,
I think you should get your own opinion about that.
Buy the book, it is worth it.
Helpful.. 8 Aug. 2013
By Casey's mom - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a first time parent at 45. This book simplifies alot of questions I have. This advice is most helpful because Dr. Spock has been around for many generations. Even though I was not raised on his theory/thories, my grandmother/great-grandmother swore by Dr. Spock when it came to child rearing. Not everything he recommends makes sense (in this era) but the fundamentals are pertinent.
Five Stars 3 May 2015
By Tommy - Published on Amazon.com
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A real helpful and needed book for all new parents...
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