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Baby's First Year - What Every New Parent Needs To Know!
"Who Else Wants To Welcome Their Newborn In To The World The Right Way - Ready To Nurture, Love, And Teach Their Child Starting From Day One?"
It starts the day you bring your newborn home...
Every parent wants to make sure they provide for their child the best they can. Every day of their young lives. But infants don't come home from the hospital with a manual.
Loving your child is the easy part. Making sure you raise them to the best of your ability is not. When every person you turn to has an opinion about where to put your baby's cradle, to listen to their crying or to ignore it...
...when to expect your child to start walking and talking...
...it can be difficult to know who to trust.
With so much information out there, it's important for you as a parent to make sure you take the time to learn how to care for a child. You and only you can do this for yourself. But...
...we can help. In fact, I have something that will do just that. And it's called...
"...Baby's First Year: What Every Parent Needs To Know!"
Dear New Parent,
If you are ready to love your child endlessly, I can teach you what you need to know during your infant's first year of life.
When it comes to baby's, everyone seems to have an opinion. And everyone is willing to help. But ultimately, it is up to you to love and care for your child the best that you can.
There are so many things a baby needs more than just love. And you may be surprised by what those things are once I let you in. Babies are a lot different than you and me, physically and emotionally.
A loving and caring mother and father will make sure they are ready to give their child the best first year of their life possible.
"What's Your Baby IQ?"
How much do you know about babies? You may know how to hold one, feed one, or change one. But have you ever been solely responsible for an infant who relies on you and only you.
Have you ever gotten to know a baby so well that you could tell which each fuss, sniffle, or grunt meant? Well get ready. And my guide will help you.
My 50 page report, "Baby's First Year: What Every Parent Needs To Know," is your first step to providing the best home possible for your child. You can download it straight to your computer and start getting ready for your new family member now.
...here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:
When it is time to let people come over to hold the newborn baby. (Page 5)
6 toys you should introduce to your baby at three to six months of age. (Pages 45-46)
5 toys that will help fine-tune his or her motor-skills from 6 to 9 months of age. (Pages 46-47)
How to decide if the newborn should sleep in your bedroom or its own. (Page 8)
How your baby-bottle can cause tooth decay if you do this. (Page 39)
How to deal with jealousy issues when you introduce the new member of the family to his or her brothers and sisters. (Page 6)
Learn what to expect from your babies first cold - and do not give them this! (Page 41)
1 Chart to let you know how much sleep your baby needs throughout it's 1st year, starting with 16-22 hours in his or her first two weeks! (Page 8)
3 types of sounds that have been proven to help quiet fussing babies. (Page 12)
8 vaccinations you should make sure your child receives in order to stay as healthy as possible. (Pages 39-40)
How to look at the pediatrician's "growth chart" realistically. (Page 18)
What to really expect when the "baby blues hit." (Page 5)
6 ways to relieve your infant's discomfort during a cold. (Page 42)
7 symptoms of postpartum depression. (Page 6)
The juice to avoid giving your child too early. (Page 15)
4 benefits the newborn receives from listening to music. (Page 13)
How to add fruits and vegetables to your newborns diet. (Page 16)
5 ways to help your newborn work on his or her language skills. (Pages 26-27)
5 things to remember as you continue to introduce your baby to new foods. (Page 17)
4 steps to weighing your baby on the scale in your bathroom if they can't stand on their own. (Page 19)
How to measure your baby's height and head circumference accurately. (Page 20)
Why experts disagree on whether you should tend to your baby when it cries in the night. (Page 7)
5 signs that your newborn is ready to eat solid foods. (Page 14)
6 ways to help your baby learn to talk on time. (Page 25)
When to start adding protein to your newborns diet. (Page 16)
1 chart full of milestones you can expect your child to breakthrough in his or her first 10 months. (Pages 32-33)
Learn to spot what stage of motor skills your baby is in. (Page 28)
The secret power that a bedtime routine can have on your newborns sleep cycle. (Page 9)
The little known ways in which lullabies effect your newborn. (Page 11)
Find out that it is OK if you're baby doesn't start walking right at nine months. (Page 28)
Warning! Look out for these dangers of serving solid foods to your baby too early. (Page 14)
The important connection between crying and speaking. (Page 22)
How babies really learn to talk month by month - learn what to expect on average by month 1, month 2, all the way up to a full year. (Pages 22-27)
4 specific tips you can use to teach your baby to walk. (Page 30)
5 tips to help you start a bedtime routine with your baby. (Pages 9-10)
An easy way to make sure your newborn doesn't learn to fuss once you put it to bed in order to get your attention. (Page 10)
How to help ensure your child's social skills won't fall behind. (Page 34)
3 ideas to help your baby be social. (Pages 34-35)
Learn when you should be prepared to call a dentist if your child hasn't gotten his or her first tooth in. (Page 35)
10 ways to tell if you're baby is teething. (Pages 36-37)
5 activities your child can use to build his or her motor skills. (Page 30-32)
The secrets of teaching your baby to walk without buying expensive toys or walking aids. (Page 29)
7 ways to help soothe the pain of teething. (Pages 37-38)
5 toys that are perfect for newborns. (Pages 43-44)
7 toys that will teach your child how to interact with the world from 9 to 12 months of age. (Pages 48-49)
And there's MUCH more - guaranteed!
"How To Give Your Newborn The Best First 12 Months Of His Or Her Life Possible!"
Some experts say you should never tend to a baby crying in the middle of the night. "Don't give in!" they'll say.
But many experts strongly disagree. Who knows who you should listen to?
The best thing to do is make sure you know as much about taking care of your baby in the first 12 months as possible. Everyone makes mistakes, but when you a mistake involves an infant the consequences can last a lifetime.
For example, turn to page 14 of my guide and you'll see what can happen if you start feeding your child solid foods too early. It's too bad your child can't just tell you when they're ready!
But on the same page of my report, I'll also let you in on the signs your baby CAN show you that he or she is ready to start eating solid foods.
"You Must Be Ready To Love Your Baby Unconditionally To Want To Learn All You Can To Care For Your Newest Member To The Family!"
Waiting for your newborn to enter the world can be a very exciting time. It's time to paint the baby's bedroom, shop for infant clothes, buy a cradle...
...but it's also time to learn about the baby who is on his or her way.
Like any parent, I'm sure you want to make sure your child receives the best care possible. It takes love and knowledge to make it a great experience for both you and your child.
I'm sure you have plenty of love. And with my help, you'll have all the knowledge y