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Secrets Of The Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect and Communicate with your Baby
 
 

Secrets Of The Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect and Communicate with your Baby [Kindle Edition]

Tracy Hogg , Melinda Blau
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The last thing new parents can find time for is quiet reading, so many helpful books on infant care rely on bullet points and a "let's get to the point" writing style. Tracy Hogg, a neonatal nurse, teacher, and mother of two, uses these techniques to good effect in Secrets of the Baby Whisperer. Focusing on newborns and their parents, her simple programs are a blend of intelligent intuition and methods based on years of experience. The first half of the book is devoted to E.A.S.Y--her name for creating a structured daily routine for you and your baby that makes the most of your baby's awake times and also leaves time just for you. These concepts aren't designed to force your bundle of joy into not following her body's needs, but rather to create a feasible middle ground between total rigidity and on-demand food and sleep (and no time for mom to shower). If it still strikes you as too regimented, keep reading. The author makes room for differences in personal style and includes short quizzes to determine whether you're a "planner" or a "winger", and what level of daily structure you are likely to find helpful. In the same chapter, she identifies five general temperaments of infants, how to get an accurate feel for yours, and what methods of care are likely to be the most effective for his temperament. Her statement that babies prefer routine is backed up by research from the University of Denver. While most of the book relies on anecdotes to get the points across, Hogg does find room to back up some of her statements with quotes from various researchers and institutions. Included at the end of the book are assurances that E.A.S.Y. can be followed even with a colicky baby or one who's been ruling the roost for the first few months. Frustrated parents might like to read the last page first: "all the baby-whispering advice in the world is useless unless you're having a good time being a parent" is an excellent reminder to enjoy this time with all of its ups and downs. --Jill Lightner

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The last thing new parents can find time for is quiet reading, so many helpful books on infant care rely on bullet points and a "let's get to the point" writing style. Tracy Hogg, a neonatal nurse, teacher, and mother of two, uses these techniques to good effect in Secrets of the Baby Whisperer. Focusing on newborns and their parents, her simple programs are a blend of intelligent intuition and methods based on years of experience. The first half of the book is devoted to E.A.S.Y--her name for creating a structured daily routine for you and your baby that makes the most of your baby's awake times and also leaves time just for you. These concepts aren't designed to force your bundle of joy into not following her body's needs, but rather to create a feasible middle ground between total rigidity and on-demand food and sleep (and no time for mom to shower). If it still strikes you as too regimented, keep reading. The author makes room for differences in personal style and includes short quizzes to determine whether you're a "planner" or a "winger", and what level of daily structure you are likely to find helpful. In the same chapter, she identifies five general temperaments of infants, how to get an accurate feel for yours, and what methods of care are likely to be the most effective for his temperament. Her statement that babies prefer routine is backed up by research from the University of Denver. While most of the book relies on anecdotes to get the points across, Hogg does find room to back up some of her statements with quotes from various researchers and institutions. Included at the end of the book are assurances that E.A.S.Y. can be followed even with a colicky baby or one who's been ruling the roost for the first few months. Frustrated parents might like to read the last page first: "all the baby-whispering advice in the world is useless unless you're having a good time being a parent" is an excellent reminder to enjoy this time with all of its ups and downs. --Jill Lightner

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
2.0 von 5 Sternen Theorie schön - Praxis zeigt was anderes 27. September 2009
Von I. Glisic
Format:Taschenbuch
Ich habe dieses Buch vor der Entbindung gelesen und an die darin enthaltenen Regeln naiv geglaubt. ... Und daran, dass man einem Baby praktisch von Anfang an einen Rhythmus aufzwingen kann. Das Leben hat mir was anderes gezeigt - erst nach den ersten 3 Monaten hat mein Baby seinen Rhythmus gefunden und es ist nicht so wie in diesem Buch vorgegeben.
Ich habe mich auch gewundert, dass Frau Hogg es immer gelungen ist, Babys so zu "erziehen", wie sie bzw. die Eltern es wollten.
Zum Positiven - es gibt ein Paar Tipps, die ich für mich aus diesem Buch mitgenommen habe. Z.B. man muss mit dem Baby alles ruhig und mit viel Geduld machen. Einfach das ganze Leben ein paar Gänge zurückschalten.
Zusammenfassend - das Buch ist nicht realistisch, ein paar wertvolle Tipps kann man ihm aber entnehmen
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Total star 18. Oktober 2013
Von Janinka
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
This book is my total star in mo whole bookshelf of books about kids. Tracy Hogg rocks with her advices. They worked on both our kids, and it was not cruel (like cry it out method of teaching baby falling asleep). I recommend it, and honestly would not buy books from other authors. This really worked, without feeling guilty about baby.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Favorite "taking care of baby" book 26. Oktober 2012
Von T. Price
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I read quite a number of baby books during pregnancy. My baby is here now, and I use this one the most to get ideas about feeding, playing, sleeping, etc. I think the EASY schedule is practical and logical, and it's what we've been doing since day one, basically. Ok, so we're only on day 6 now, but it's been going well thus far. :)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wunderbar! 24. April 2012
Von Lucky Lou
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Dieses Buch hat unser Leben verändert. Unser drittes Kind ist ein ganz anderes Baby als die andere zwei und dieses Buch hat uns viel geholfen ihr zu verstehen.
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To calm a baby, you must be calm yourself. Take three deep breaths. Feel your own emotion, try to understand its source, and, most important, let whatever anxiety or anger you feel drop away. &quote;
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when an infant is six weeks old, I suggest two practices: cluster feedingthat is, feed her every two hours before bedtimeand giving what I call a dream feed right before you retire for bed. &quote;
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