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Development Dads - Coping - Infant

Updated on March 7, 2015


Where to Go, What to Do?

OK, raise your hand if you have read, from cover to cover, every Parenting Magazine to which you subscribed? How about Sesame Parents? Do you still subscribe to these types of magazines? Have you read any of the child development expert books with heart-warming titles like: Ghosts from the Nursery, The Nurture Assumption, The Myth of the First 3 Years, The Biology of Love, Family Guide to Emotional Wellness, Becoming Attached, and The Scientist in the Crib. If you have raised your hand to any of these questions, you are the exception rather than the norm.

There are two books, however, that Joy and I keep close at hand: Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care “The Spock” and The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Book of Pregnancy and Baby Care “The Illustrated”. We have not read either book cover to cover; however, one of us has on occasion referred to both books simultaneously to try to figure out what’s wrong with Taylor while the other is making the doctor’s appointment. Parenting magazines are inspirational, development and behavioral books must be important as they are written by the highly educated, the internet is fast research, care books are essential, but only your pediatrician can give you peace of mind.

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