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Smart mothering : what science says about caring for your baby and yourself / Dr Natalie Flynn.

By: Flynn, Natalie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Allen & Unwin, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 528 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1988547083; 9781988547084.Subject(s): Newborn infants -- Care | Infants -- Care | Motherhood | Mother and infantSummary: 'Natalie has a wealth of knowledge on so many topics and provides great bite-sized pieces of advice.' Dr Natalie Flynn has examined all the research on key baby topics such as feeding, sleeping and crying. The result? Smart Mothering, a revolutionary book that separates the facts from the opinions.Find out what research says about the dilemmas so many parents face: What if I can't breastfeed? Is it best to feed on demand? Can I leave my baby to cry? Should I vaccinate my baby? Is bed-sharing a good idea? Natalie provides the answers to these questions and many more.Smart Mothering is objective, accessible and practical. With helpful tips, succinct summaries and clear diagrams it demystifies the often confusing and overwhelming world of parenting.
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Psychologist Dr Natalie Flynn has examined all the research on key baby topics such as feeding, sleeping, and crying. The result? Smart Mothering , a revolutionary book that separates the facts from the opinions. Find out what research says about the dilemmas so many parents face: What if I can't breastfeed? Is it best to feed on demand? Can I leave my baby to cry? Should I vaccinate my baby? Is bed-sharing a good idea? Natalie provides the answers to these questions and many more. Smart Mothering is objective, accessible, and practical. With helpful tips, succinct summaries and clear diagrams it demystifies the often confusing and overwhelming world of parenting. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to make informed decisions about how best to care for their baby.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

'Natalie has a wealth of knowledge on so many topics and provides great bite-sized pieces of advice.' Dr Natalie Flynn has examined all the research on key baby topics such as feeding, sleeping and crying. The result? Smart Mothering, a revolutionary book that separates the facts from the opinions.Find out what research says about the dilemmas so many parents face: What if I can't breastfeed? Is it best to feed on demand? Can I leave my baby to cry? Should I vaccinate my baby? Is bed-sharing a good idea? Natalie provides the answers to these questions and many more.Smart Mothering is objective, accessible and practical. With helpful tips, succinct summaries and clear diagrams it demystifies the often confusing and overwhelming world of parenting.