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The Babysense Secret Paperback – 20 Jan 2011
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About the Author
Megan Faure (BSc OT, OTR) is a lecturer for Institute for Sensory Integration (SAISI) and regularly lectures to both professionals and parents on baby and childcare issues. Megan is the founder and chairperson of Infant Sensory Integration Training programme. She writes articles for magazines and has made numerous television appearances in South Africa. She is married with three children.
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I was late finding this author, so skipped the BabySense book but imagine that perhaps this is a mix of that and SleepSense, but know I'm going to refer to it no end once this baby arrives!
We were blessed with a beautiful baby boy last time who was early and arrived quite dramatically - who then snack-breastfed and catnapped for his first 6 months of life leading to a very exausted mummy and daddy. The SleepSense book was the one thing that finally got him napping regularly in the daytime (which then in turn leasd to longer stretchs of night sleep) and so this time around, with a toddler to care for too, I now feel armed with the information we need to ensure this bubs is going to be as settled and calm as we can help him/her to be, which will hopefully lead to a more rested us!
I give it a 2 instead of a 1 as some of the ideas for activities are good (but I prefer baby's first skills for suggestions) and the suggestions for settling your baby to sleep without immediately cuddling or feeding were helpful.
So far it has helped me immensely in getting to grips with being a new mum and I would recommend it to any mums-to-be.
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