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Baby Bliss: Your One-stop Guide for the First Three Months and Beyond Kindle Edition
There is a new five-step secret to an automatic 'switch off' for your baby's crying.
Dr Harvey Karp reveals an extraordinary treasure sought by all parents - how to calm a crying baby in a matter of seconds.
A gentle antidote to rigid routines, Baby Bliss is a wonderful blend of ancient and modern advice and wisdom.
Bringing your baby home for the first time is often a worrying time, so give yourself a little support and feel happy in the knowledge that your baby will feel calm and content if you follow Dr Karp's simple advice.
With pragmatic guidance and simply suggested baby schedules Baby Bliss's tips can be easily applied by both mothers and fathers.
Dr. Harvey Karp's successful method includes these revolutionary concepts . . .
· The Calming Reflex: The automatic rest switch to stop any baby crying in the first few months of life.
· The Cuddle Cure: The Five S's that can calm even the most colicky of infants, including 'swaddling' and 'shhh' for soothing sounds
· Night-time peace: The simple routines that will help baby (and parent) to relax and sleep through the night
...and there'll be no more tears before bedtime.
'Karp has devoted his entire career to babies and part of the appeal of Karp's methods for calming babies is that they don't require anything fancy . . . any blanket will do' The New York Times
About the Author
- ASIN : B002RI932E
- Publisher : Penguin; New Ed edition (24 June 2004)
- Language : English
- File size : 15719 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 323 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 187,298 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book gave me realistic expectations of what to expect from my daughter, and it encouraged me to treat her with the care she needed in those early days. It is written in a repetitive style, however, and Dr Karp's technique for "calming" a crying baby does stop the tears, but I wouldn't say my daughter was better for it - it just seemed to overwhelm her senses and make her go quiet. So a desirable end goal, but it felt like a party trick rather than a baby-led, caring technique and we only used it a handful of times.
Using white noise and putting my daughter in a sling felt like a more in-tune, caring way to help her block out sensory overload!
Definitely worth a read for sleep deprived struggling parents out there!