By Tracy Hogg, Melinda Blau
Is going past the fundamentals provided within the author's first child-care courses to provide a sequence of particular, precise ideas for fixing universal demanding situations confronted via mom and dad of youngsters as much as 3 years of age, together with feeding difficulties, sleep problems, and behaviour concerns, in a quantity complemented via real-life case tales. 125,000 first printi
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Tracy held the baby close to her cheek, cooing “shh . . shh . . shh” into his ear, and within seconds, he was quiet. ” I have witnessed dozens of similar scenes over these last five years in which Tracy sweeps into a household, tunes in to the baby or toddler, and manages to get right to the heart of the problem. It has been a delight and a constant source of amazement to watch Tracy’s work, to analyze how to put it on paper, and to get to know her in the process. Thank you Tracy, for inviting me into your universe and for allowing me to be your voice.
I also hear the “used to be” phrase when parents don’t realize that it’s time to make a shift. A four-month-old who is on a routine designed for his first three months (see chapter 1) will become cranky. A robust six-month-old who was formerly a good sleeper might start waking at night unless his parents start him on solid foods. The truth is that the only constant in the job of parenting is change (more on this in chapter 10). You’re looking for an easy fix. The older a child is, the harder it is to break a bad habit caused by accidental parenting, whether it’s waking in the night and demanding a feed, or refusing to sit in a high chair for a proper meal.
Y 11:30 Y nap or at least relax. E 1:00 Feed. A 1:45 See 7:45 above. S 2:15 Afternoon nap. Y 2:30 Y nap or at least relax. E 4:00 Feed. A 4:45 See 7:45 above. S 5:15 Catnap for 40–50 minutes to give him enough rest to handle his bath. Y 5:30 Do something nice for yourself. E 6:00 1st cluster feed. A 7:00 Bath, into jammies, lullaby or other bedtime ritual. S 7:30 Another catnap. Y 7:30 You eat dinner. E 8:00 2nd cluster feed. A None. S Put him right back to bed. Y Enjoy your short evening! E 10–11 Dream feed and cross your fingers ‘til morning!