Infants and Mothers: Differences in Developmentby T. Berry Brazelton
In this revised edition, Infants and Mothers incorporate the work on neonatology. The pressures on working mothers, the difficult decision of when to return to work, and the/i>/i>
Hundreds of thousands of mothers have felt happier and more confident with their babies in the first year because of Dr. Brazelton's now classic work, Infants and Mothers.
In this revised edition, Infants and Mothers incorporate the work on neonatology. The pressures on working mothers, the difficult decision of when to return to work, and the excitement of nurturing fathers are all reflected in this guide. In addition, the findings of Dr. Brazelton and his associates on the amazing strengths and abilities of newborn babies are included.
NOTE: This edition does not include photographs.
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30 years ago I was first time mom and this book made me feel comfortable with what my daughter was doing. It gives examples of three babies with different personalities and how each one interacts with her (or his) environment. Each of my children was indeed different and this book helped me adjust my teaching style to each one's personality. This book is reassured me that baby's development was just right for them.