The Essential Crying Baby Workbook: Keeping Track of Your Baby's Feeding, Digestive, and Mood Patterns

The Essential Crying Baby Workbook: Keeping Track of Your Baby's Feeding, Digestive, and Mood Patterns

by Kristine Smith

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Overview

The Essential Crying Baby Workbook is a 60-day journal for parents to record their baby's daily, weekly, and monthly eating and digestive patterns, pediatric visits, crying habits, food trials, and more! It's an invaluable tool for new and experienced parents to monitor their baby's needs and responses, all in one handy location to help you take the best care of your baby without feeling frazzled!

The Essential Crying Baby Workbook is also an excellent tool for moms and dads trying to discover contributing factors to their baby's temporary or long-term fussiness, such as diet or digestive issues. The Workbook is an excellent gift for mothers just before giving birth or any time in the early months of their baby's life, that will not only provide support for mom, but serve as a reminder that self-care is key for a happy mom and baby.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999162521
Publisher: Lowell House Press
Publication date: 09/26/2017
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

Dr. Kristine Smith is an Author, Speaker, and Health Scientist. Smith has contributed to books on human and animal health, and published in many peer-reviewed scientific journals including the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Dr. Smith currently focuses on individual health and behavior choices that support overall well-being. Her interests lie in the topics of maternal mental health, judgement-free parenting, healthy aging and the human-animal-environmental bond and health connections. Kristine and her husband Jason had their first daughter, Katiya, in 2009, who suffered from colic for four months. They welcomed a second daughter, Keira, in 2012. Smith and her family currently live in Connecticut with their three adopted "fur babies" (two cats and an Australian Shepherd).

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