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by T. Berry Brazelton

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ISBN:
0385292090
Author:
T. Berry Brazelton
Category:
Parenting
Language:
English
Publisher:
Delta; Revised edition (July 1, 1983)
Pages:
302 pages
EPUB book:
1278 kb
FB2 book:
1807 kb
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1941 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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He uses three babies as they grow for their first year to show differences - and how they are all normal.

Brazelton's soothing voice (I used to watch his show while my children were little) helped me when any one of them did something "different. I learned that really, nothing is different. He uses three babies as they grow for their first year to show differences - and how they are all normal. None of my children were like any of the three; all four had some of each child in them.

Among his many books are Infants and Mothers, On Becoming a Family, Working and Caring, and What Every Baby Knows. In 1988, Dr. Brazelton received the American Medical Writers Association Annual Book Award. Библиографические данные. Infants and Mothers: Differences in Development.

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Brazelton tells you. Really. This book covers the first twelve months of the infant's life.

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Thomas Berry Brazelton (May 10, 1918 – March 13, 2018) was an American pediatrician, author, and the developer of the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS). Brazelton hosted the cable television program What Every Baby Knows, and wrote a syndicated newspaper column. He wrote more than two hundred scholarly papers and twenty-four books. Brazelton was born in Waco, Texas.

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From these observations, Dr. Brazelton wrote a book, Infants and Mothers: Differences in Development (1969), which argued for the first time that newborns arrive in this world with a biologically based temperament. Moreover, he wrote, this intrinsic personality affects how parents interact with their infants: The infant’s temperamental repertoire drives the parenting style.

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  • Landarn
My own children were average to active babies so when a quiet grand baby arrived I wanted to get this book to feel reassured about her slow gross motor and speech progress. The book is definitely dated, but it still gives a pretty good picture of what is normal for the baby who seems to work on fine motor development, looking, and listening at the expense of other skills. It goes month by month for the first year. It is a useful categorization for the quiet baby, and many pediatricians seemed not to be aware of it both when my own children were infants and now that I have grandchildren.
  • Lightbinder
I read this book during all four of my children's first year. Dr. Brazelton's soothing voice (I used to watch his show while my children were little) helped me when any one of them did something "different." I learned that really, nothing is different.

He uses three babies as they grow for their first year to show differences -- and how they are all normal. None of my children were like any of the three; all four had some of each child in them. I suspect only these three children are EXACTLY like these three children, and everyone else's child has a little bit of each in them: exactly why he wrote the book as he did.

An absolute great buy for a new mother! I got this for my daughter's baby shower and she has loved it! Nothing *I* say calms her fears about what her daughter is doing, but Dr. Brazelton does!
  • jorik
Dr. Brazelton tells you. Really.

the genius of this book is that he categorizes

the active baby

the average baby

the quiet baby

He Knows! Depending on your baby's temperament, they are Very Different Experiences during that first year...

i read this when i was first pregnant and it ushered me into a sense of what it would really be like to be responsible for a baby, and not just babySITTING!

then i read the chapter on each month as my daughter grew...

i'm sure i appreciated the wonder of what was unfolding before my eyes every day more than i might have if i'd gotten lost in the neverending feeding, changing diapers chore part over and over again...

it was a Great Gift - and boon to my own confidence as a new mom - that year.

also, somehow between the lines, Dr. Brazelton gets the message across that You Can't Do It Wrong... you are that baby's mother and so by definition, you're doing it right...

there's a new pediatrician who has a book about how to get an infant to stop crying - something like the Happiest Baby on The Block...

that - and this book - are my two favorite essentials.
  • Enditaling
This is not a book about receipes. It is better than that. It tells you stories, as examples, of things babies might do, or not, how they might behave, or not, etc...., a various ages. Do not use this book to tick boxes: use it as one reference to make you think yourself about what you see, and how you may best interact with and support your baby. And if you think the book is outdated, you may want to check how many times the good "receipes" about babies (like sleep on the back, or the tummy, or on the side?) have changed and changed again over the years. Actually we all, today's readers, have surely been raised as babies under "receipes" which today would be "wrong". How are you doing?
  • Shalizel
What a treat! Wish I could have read this years ago when my kids were little. It is a wonderful, insightful explanation of babies characters. I thought I was a bad mother, but now I find out, that is just what the baby's personality was like, which I didn't understand at the time. It is obvious that the doctor not only had a lot of experience, but genuinely loves babies.
  • Uriel
My son and his wife are expecting their first child, so I bought them the two books that influenced my mothering of an infant--this one and Child Behavior by Ilg and Ames. I was comforted by Dr. Brazelton's three babies and always found normal behavior in my children when I read his stories.
  • Auridora
I read it in the 80's with my first and only child and I bought it again this year when I was blessed with my first grandchild. Timeless and helpful
Great book ! My baby is 6 months old, and this book helps me understand her so much better ! I also realize that all babies do the same things and all Moms feel just as helpless as I do with an active child ! I never thought I would say that, but knowing that I'm not the only one makes a big difference in my new life !
I recommend this book to all parents !!! Dr Brazelton is fantastic and all of his books are extremely helpful !