The Everything Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old: From Personality and Behavior to Nutrition and Health--A Complete Handbook for Making It Through the F

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As busy parents fast approaching the end of your baby's first year, you need help guiding your baby through developmental milestones like walking, talking, and engaging with others. The Everything[Registered] Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old offers sound advice on getting through the next exciting-and challenging-year.

Includes expert advice on how to: Address day-to-day issues, including toothbrushing, bedtime routines, and mealtime choices, Choose daycare providers and ...

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Overview

As busy parents fast approaching the end of your baby's first year, you need help guiding your baby through developmental milestones like walking, talking, and engaging with others. The Everything[Registered] Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old offers sound advice on getting through the next exciting-and challenging-year.

Includes expert advice on how to: Address day-to-day issues, including toothbrushing, bedtime routines, and mealtime choices, Choose daycare providers and babysitters, Get your child to sleep, Encourage safety. Written by a pediatrician and a mom, The Everything[Registered] Guide to Raising a One-Year-Old is full of practical advice to ensure that you and your little one enjoy a safe, healthy, and happy 12 to 24 months!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780641942563
  • Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
  • Publication date: 1/28/2007
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     xi
Growth and Development     1
First Steps     2
Other Milestones     5
Language and Speech Development     7
Social Development     9
Normal Growth Patterns     12
Emotional Development     15
Temperament and Personality     16
Boosting Self-Esteem     18
Encouraging Independence     21
Separation Anxiety     24
Sharing and Taking Turns     28
Teaching Manners     30
Day-to-Day Issues     33
Bathing     34
Tooth-Brushing     37
Getting Dressed     39
Thumb-Sucking     42
Fears     44
First Haircuts     48
Day Care     49
Babysitter Basics     55
Eating Out     60
Family Life     65
Bonding     66
Favoritism     70
Sibling Relationships and Rivalry     72
Spacing Children     74
The Family Vacation     76
Fathers     77
Divorce and Your One-Year-Old     82
Special Situations     86
Financial Issues     90
Family Pets and Your One-Year-Old     92
Teaching Good Behavior     93
Routines     94
Setting Limits     96
Realistic Expectations     98
Temper Tantrums     101
Hitting and Biting     103
Parenting Styles     106
When You're Overwhelmed     109
Bad Days     112
Getting Help     113
Sleep Basics     117
Bedtime Routines     118
Comfort Items     120
Waking Up at Night     122
Family Bed     124
Common Sleep Problems     127
Moving to a Bed     128
Early Learning     131
Brain Connections     132
The Grocery Store     134
Museums     136
Aquariums and Zoos     137
Real Life     138
Outside     142
Playgrounds     145
Nutrition     147
Feeding Your One-Year-Old     148
Whole Food     152
Milk     155
Food Jags     157
Detecting Food Allergies      158
Fruit and Juice     161
Dietary Guidelines     163
Safety and First Aid     165
Car Seat Basics     166
Childproofing the House     168
Staying Safe Outside     172
Choking Prevention     175
Learning CPR     177
Cuts and Bruises     179
Insect Bites     181
Poisons     184
Medical Issues     187
Immunizations     188
Well-Child Checkups     190
Common Problems     192
Medical Problems     197
Medicine Cabinet     198
Avoiding Infections     201
Common Concerns     203
Overcoming Shyness     204
Aggression     207
Childhood Obesity     208
Early Potty Training     210
Developmental Delays     212
Autism     216
Fun and Games     219
Pretend Play     220
Play Dates     221
Choosing Safe Toys     222
Television     225
Physical Activity     227
Reading to Your One-Year-Old     228
Music      230
Further Resources     233
Books, Music, and Activities for One-Year-Olds     239
Family Budget     249
Index     253
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