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"What Mothers Need to Know" - The 'Baby Bible' to Get you into the Groove PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sue Scott-Jones   
Thursday, 01 November 2012 14:44

While your world feels completely chaotic and you naturally worry and wonder if you are doing things right when you first bring your baby home it is possible to settle your baby into a routine that works for both of you and your baby. “What Mothers Need to Know” is the ultimate 'baby bible' for pregnant mums to read to get ready and for new parents to get started with your new baby.  Sue's book, which is available in Hong Kong leading book-stores, will help you get into the groove.

 

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Your brand new baby is a wonder, a mysterious little individual that upends your life and home. You lovingly and willingly cater to her every whim, imagining what new miracle you’ll discover from minute to minute and what chaos will rule your world today. While the excitement and wonder are sure to continue establishing some routines will not only limit the chaos, but is also important to your baby, even from an early age.

Babies love routine: regularity helps them feel secure, so routines can be very stabilising. When he or she seems fussy and not easily settled, it might be a routine that your baby craves. You can start developing a routine when your baby is as early as 4-6 weeks of age.
Some signs your baby is tired:

  •     Arching the back
  •     Making jerky movements
  •     Not wanting to feed
  •     Staring into space
  •     Clenching fists

Not all babies fall easily into the same fixed schedule, however, and your baby’s temperament will influence the routine you establish.

About Sue Scott-Jones
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Sue is an Australian registered midwife who supports new parents during pregnancy,childbirth and postnatal period who lives in the Hong Kong Gold Coast area.

As a experienced midwife and child and family health nurse she has conducted hundreds of consultations with apprehensive new parents and have seen the relief that comes from having clear information providing help and guidance to new parents and parents to be.

Sue is the author of “What Mothers Need to Know” is the ultimate baby bible for pregnant mums to read to get ready and for new parents to get started with your new baby.  When you arrive home with your newborn naturally you worry and wonder if you are doing things right. Sue's book, which is available in Hong Kong leading book-stores, will help you get into the groove.

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 Website:  http://whatmotherssay.com               Facebook page:  http://www.facebook.com/whatmotherssay

 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 November 2012 13:13
 
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