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by Miriam Stoppard

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ISBN:
140531060X
Author:
Miriam Stoppard
Category:
Parenting
Language:
English
Publisher:
DK; New Ed edition (January 26, 2006)
Pages:
192 pages
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1117 kb
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1618 kb
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1270 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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900


In this easy-to-read guide, Miriam Stoppard gives new mothers and fathers the confidence to fashion their own brand of family life.

There is advice on pregnancy and birth; day-to-day babycare – feeding, washing and dressing; as well as guidance on the longer-term emotional issues of adapting to becoming a family. The book also addresses all other issues such as maintaining your relationship and going back to work. In this easy-to-read guide, Miriam Stoppard gives new mothers and fathers the confidence to fashion their own brand of family life.

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Miriam, Lady Hogg, OBE (née Stern; born 12 May 1937), known professionally by her former married name Miriam Stoppard, is an English medical doctor, author, television presenter and advice columnist. Miriam Stern was born in Newcastle upon Tyne. Her father Sidney was a nurse and her mother Jenny worked for the Newcastle school dinners service. Her sister is social justice activist Murreil Hazel Stern. Her family was Orthodox Jewish. Her father was born Jewish and her mother converted to Judaism.

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In this book, Dr. Miriam Stoppard, a childcare specialist, offers first-time parents a practical guide to parenting. One of the best parenting books for new parents, this book addresses a wide range of topics. The book also talks about the role of the father, including emotional issues of adapting to becoming a new parent. 9. Parentology: Everything You Wanted to Know About the Science of Raising Children but Were Too Exhausted to Ask by Dalton Conley (2014).

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A lifeline of practical information and support for all new parents adapting to becoming a family. Best selling author and parenting expert Dr. Miriam Stoppard gives constructive advice on new parent issues from pregnancy and birth to daily baby care, the latest obstetric procedures and medical recommendations. Accessible and easy to read, you will have the confidence to fashion your own brand of family life no matter what your lifestyle. "An essential buy for all first-time parents." Baby and You Magazine
  • Aver
Most of the info in this book contradicts what healthcare professionals recommend. My husband laughs at the potentially life threatening advice it gives.
  • Painwind
My husband and I have not started reading the book front to back yet, but have looked through it. There are great columns with tips for both moms & dads throughout the book. Pictures help break up the pages of words and add a new element for understanding the material. It is really geared towards both parents, not just the mother, which I love. I am excited to start reading it in a both or two as we get closer to trying.
  • FLIDER
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  • Daizil
This is my favorite Dr. Miriam Stoppard book because it is wonderfully organized and has plenty of great photographs and colorful blocks of information. The charts on everything from "What diagnostic tests are," to "What to look out for as your child develops," make this book the most practical book I have seen.

If I had to buy one book for a new parent, this would be it. I love all of Dr. Stoppard's books, but this one is truly a book for mom and dad. This is also a book that focuses on the needs of the parents as well as the needs of the baby. The first-time parents concerns are examined and Dr. Miriam deals with every aspect from preparing for pregnancy to bonding with the baby as a family. The father's role in the childcare is also discussed in more detail. This takes a look at how parenthood will change your life and it offers constructive help on keeping your relationship alive.

This book includes information on the needs of working women, house husbands and single parents. You will learn how to be a caregiver, supporter and teacher, as well as a loving partner. What I love most about this book is that it focuses on the "decision to become a parent." This is much more than just deciding to have a baby. This is about bringing a child into the world and about creating an entire new person.

The process of pregnancy is also fascinating. You will want to check this section throughout your pregnancy. Issues during pregnancy are discussed in great detail. On many of the pages you will also find a block that gives information about how fathers can take an active role.

There is a section on "Sex and Parenthood" which gives some sage advice if you don't want to immediately become pregnant again. A section is devoted to PPD (Postpartum Depression) and explains why this happens and how to deal with it. The best part of this book is the large charts which show the development of your new child. It focuses in on "mind, mobility, coordination, social skills and speech." In this way, you can keep track of how your child is developing and the beauty of these charts is that there is a whole section on "How You Can Help."

This book shows you what it is really like to have a baby! Highly recommended if your goal is to enjoy life and have the knowledge you need to enjoy life as a family.

~The Rebecca Review
  • Trash
I bought this book pre-pregnancy... i wanted to read up about pregnancy before trying to conceive. I found this book to be helpful, informative and alot easier to read than alot of the parenting books out there. It wasn't too overwhelming, which helps when you're not pregnant yet. It's quite hard to find a book about pre-conception because most books are about when you've already conceived and only contain small sections about pre-conception, this book had enough information about both... I also like the way that it's written - it's not too clinical or medical which makes it less frightening and easier to understand but it's also not too conversationally or casually written which sometimes comes across as condescending or informal (i.e do i believe what they're saying if it sounds like it's coming from my superstitious mother?!) i would mix my information and refer to this book and probably a more clinical/medical book when i conceive.
  • Tyler Is Not Here
It's true that this book is wonderfully organized, and the colorful pictures are great. It's full of a lot of correct information. But for me, the bad outweighed the good.

1) Grammar is horrible in this book. Sentence structure is almost non-existant. The person who proofed this seriously needs more practice.

2) some of the advise was completely off the way. You would just have to see it to believe some of the advise.

All n all, I say spend your money on another book!!