The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems: Sleeping, Feeding, and Behavior--Beyond the Basics from Infancy Through Toddlerhood Paperback – Jan 3 2006
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"The high-spirited Hogg is humorous yet relentless in her quest to help parents find out why their baby acts a certain way.... [her] followers will no doubt be delighted."
-- Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Tracy Hogg devoted her twenty-five-year career to helping parents understand and communicate with their babies and young children. A nurse, lactation educator, and newborn consultant, Hogg’s sensible and compassionate philosophy, now translated into more than twenty languages, is known throughout the world.
Melinda Blau is an award-winning journalist who has written fifteen books and more than 100 magazine articles. Since 2000, when she began collaborating with the late Tracy Hogg, Blau has been the “voice” of the bestselling Baby Whisperer books.
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The routine explained in the book is called E.A.S.Y. (Eating, Activity, Sleeping, You). The author explains that the times of the individual elements of the routine will vary according to the baby, but every baby should have a routine if you want to have a life. Eating, Activity, Sleeping and Making Time for yourself are very well explained in the book in an easy-to-read way.
If you are breastfeeding, you may not feel any support reading this book, and I can even say that you may get discouraged reading some sections. Although I do not agree with some of the author's ideas on feeding, I would recommend this book if you are looking to establish sleep routines for your baby. I would not use this book as my only source of information on topics mentioned in the book.
Happiest Baby on The Block - 5 S's...easily found on YouTube and watched through tears.
Healthy Sleep Habits Happy Child - Cry it out method. Let your baby cry until they barf. Not for the faint of heart.
What to expect what when you're expecting - AKA the book that will make you fear everything. Especially cat litter.
Anything by Dr. Sears - great if you plan on subscribing 100% to attachment parenting. So like if don't plan on going back to work or say, have a date night with your husband any time during the first 2.5 year of your baby's life
The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems - THE BABY BIBLE. Only book you will need. She gets it. This woman really gets it.
Tracy had the "know-how" of calming even the most challenging infant, because she really seemed to understand their language. Because she offered strategies based on the personality of the parents as well as the temperament and personality of the baby, she offers quizes in this book to help parents identify which intervention plan would work best. Believing that babies need to become part of the family - rather than dominate it - Tracy has developed a practical program that parents can begin using at one day old.
My only criticism of this book is that there was not enough information relating to specific challenging behaviors of my 3- year-old. The title implies that this book covers issues through age 3. I found the majority of the book addresses a variety of issues focusing on babies under 2.
If you have a 2, 3, 4, or 5-year-old, I wish to recommend an A-Z pocket-sized guide I discovered in my pediatrician's office called "The Pocket Parent." This book is written entirely for parents with 2-6 year olds and offers hundreds of suggestions that focus on stopping toddler/preschooler behaviors that can drive you close to your wit's end such as bad words, biting, tantrums, sibling fights, the gimmes, morning crazies, power struggles, lying and whining. Both books address what to do in the heat of the moment as well as how to make a plan to prevent the same behavior from happening again; I found that insight very helpful. Both "THE BABY WHISPERER SOLVES ALL YOUR PROBLEMS" and "THE POCKET PARENT" are excellent additions to your home reference library.
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Nothing really outstanding that helped that you can't just google or already know. I found this book more annoying than anything and unrealistic at times. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Jen
a girft to my gran daughter, she has not put it down - loves itPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I cannot stand this book. The author is super arrogant and attacks parenting styles. I would never recommend this book, unless you want to feel bad about yourself.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Best baby book ever. Gives great ideas that help you figure out the mysteries of your new baby. Highly recommend.Published 5 months ago by lynxsta
Excellent book I would recommend to any mother but especially a first time mom!Published 9 months ago by Brianne
Skip it and read "Happy Sleeper". This book is full of fiction. The easy method is a useful concept but not realistic in practice. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
used it as a guide for first three months but couldn't achieve restful sleep for baby (or me!). went with Ferbers book and three nights later baby girl was sleeping through and so... Read morePublished 12 months ago by KM
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