Complete Baby and Childcare: Everything You Need to Know for the First Five Years Hardcover – 2 Jun 2008
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Takes the mystery out of parenting . . . its commonsense approach will inform, reassure and inspire all parents. (The Times)
About the Author
Dr Miriam Stoppard – doctor and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, is the UK’s best-known expert on pregnancy and birth. A popular medical writer, broadcaster, and newspaper advice columnist, she is trusted by millions of mums and dads for her clear, accessible advice. Find out more at www.miriamstoppard.com.
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As with most aspects of childcare, as everyone's child is an individual (makes the world a more interesting place that we're all that way), you have to pick and choose the advice that best suits your style, your inclination and your offspring! I'm not a Gina Ford fan - but that doesn't mean I've not found things in her books that have been useful; particularly when my daughter arrived and I had to deal with two.
I would recommend this book - it covers a vast area of ground - but I wouldn't say it was the ONLY one I'd want on my bookshelf.
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Wonderful book. Found it really useful. My son is now 9 months and I still refer to this book on occasion.Published 5 months ago by Sheree2106
Bought as a gift for someone a couple of years ago when she was due to have her first child. She has said on numerous occasions what a useful and informative guide it has been,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Miss L Haines
I found this book very gender bias! The entire book says that boys are slower at every milestone and girls are always quicker at learning, walking, talking etc. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter in law loved this book. Finds it very informative in a non patronising way.Published 10 months ago by Tadpole