Alle mille domande che una neomamma si pone ogni giorno risponde in questo libro Tracy Hogg. L'autrice insegna a interpretare il linguaggio dei neonati distinguendo i diversi tipi di pianto e leggendo i movimenti del corpo. Attraverso esempi concreti e storie vere, aiuta i neogenitori a indovinare i desideri del loro bimbo e a raggiungerlo nel suo mondo misterioso. Instaurando così un rapporto intenso, trasformando ogni piccolo evento in un'occasione per conoscersi meglio: i primi giorni a casa, l'allattamento naturale o artificiale, il ciuccio, il bagnetto, il massaggio, il sonno.
- ISBN: 8804725303
- Casa Editrice: Mondadori
- Pagine: 324
I read this book in 2010 when I had my first child. Now that baby #2 is almost here, I've picked it up again. I have a love hate relationship with any book that tries to tell you how to be a parent. I find the overall advice from Tracy is dead on in terms of how important it is to provide structure
My big take-aways from this book: 1) Slow down with your baby - go at your newborn's pace, which is way, way slower than you'd expect 2) Respect your baby's personhood - develop an attitude toward your baby like they are a person who is in the room, which they are! Let them know what you're going to Leggi tutto
I purchased this book following the recommendations of other new moms on babycenter.com (great website, by the by). My husband and I sat down to read it together, but after an hour going through some of her material, decided it wasn't worth continuing (I think we read the second and third chapters). Leggi tutto
I found this book completely useless and actually ridiculously funny at times because it was just so off. This may work for Tracy Hogg's celebrity clientele who have nannies taking care of their children but it is pretty useless for hands-on Moms. Her tone is annoying (she keeps referring to the rea Leggi tutto
I really loved this book. I will recommend it to everyone who would like to understand how their baby communicates. I really feel like I can understand what my babies are saying and asking. I like the author's style of writing because I felt like she was my friend and right here helping me. People c Leggi tutto
This book saved my life. It is similar to Babywise in principal, but much more respectful to a baby's temperament. It is also filled with practical tips. For example, if you are having trouble nursing, there are safe and natural supplements that you can use to increase your milk. She even tells you
I read this book before my baby was born, thought it was great, and foolishly thought myself well-prepared to handle my baby. Fast forward a few months to after my baby was born--nothing in the book was helping at all. I thought, surely I was remembering the book wrong, or not applying her ideas cor Leggi tutto
At first the advice in this book seemed so logical that I was excited to have a plan for how to be a mom for the first time. Once my son arrived, I decided that this book was evil. Hogg's basic idea isn't terrible - it's the guilt she assigns to anyone who doesn't use or can't follow her method. I wa Leggi tutto
I knew zilch about babies, so my friend picked this up for me at the library. In those first few weeks, I found the book helpful because it had charts to help with understanding a baby's cues. When my son was less than 6 weeks old, I thought the author's E.A.S.Y. method was bunk. I mean, if a baby w Leggi tutto
I meant to read this when my first was a newborn but never got around to it (Hogg would say it's because I didn't have my baby on the E.A.S.Y. routine. I would say codswallop!), so I figured I'd give it a shot before my second. Even though I read the whole thing, I'm not really sure what the book is Leggi tutto
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