The Guide That Every New Or Expectant Parent Simply Cannot Be Without -The Baby Care Book Will Teach You Absolutely Everything You Need To Know About Your Newborns Crucial First Year Of Life!
If you're a new (or expectant) parent then please take a few moments to consider this letter. I'm sure you know how important the first year of your child is, and as you're reading this you obviously want only the very best for your new baby.
I'd really like to help you to give your child the healthiest and happiest start in life - and with the information, super-tips, and suggestions packed in this breakthrough new guide you'll be doing exactly that. Please stick around because you're about to learn some things that will have a profoundly positive impact on your child's entire life.
You see, the first year of your baby's life is more important than you could possibly imagine. There are factors that you can control that will determine your child's ultimate IQ, motor skills, vulnerability to diseases, mood...and so much more.
Frankly I cannot believe that anyone could even try and raise a baby without knowing these 64 pages of incredibly important facts, tips, suggestions and resources. This is knowledge that no parent should be without.
Here Are Just A Few Of The Things That You'll Discover In The Baby Care Book...
The basic fundamentals of baby care including breast-feeding, diaper changing, bathing and lots more must-know information.
The foods that a mother should eat (and avoid) during the breastfeeding period.
Why it is important to choose the correct Paediatrician and some key issues in helping you choose the right one for your baby.
Some of the things you can expect to see during the first few incredible days at home with your new baby.
What you must know about your baby's first cold and how to deal with it.
What will your baby's weight and height be when she grows up - and how she compares as an average of the country.
Crucial information regarding 8 absolutely important vaccines that your baby must take to prevent the diseases most common in a child's first few years of life.
How to develop your baby's language skills so that he starts talking at an earlier age.