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The Contented Baby with Toddler Book

Written by Gina Ford

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Gina Ford is a highly respected by parents for giving no-nonsense advice that really works.  In this book her practical tips, brilliant solutions and sound advice on how to introduce a toddler to a new baby brother or sister or how to overcome the challenges of balancing their different needs are brilliantly handled and what’s more, you as a parent, will be calm and contented too.  

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The Contented Baby with Toddler Book Synopsis

The prospect of bringing a tiny baby home when you already have a toddler can be extremely daunting. Life with a newborn baby is tiring and challenging enough but with a demanding elder brother or sister to deal with too, how do you cope? This book provides practical tips and sanguine advice that can calm and reassure panicked parents.

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ISBN: 9780091929589
Publication date: 02/07/2009
Publisher: Ebury Press
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780091929589
Publication date: 2nd July 2009
Author: Gina Ford
Publisher: Ebury Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 352 pages
Genres: For Parents
Recommendations: eBooks

About Gina Ford

Gina Ford grew up within an extended family on a farm in the Scottish Borders where, even as a child, she loved looking after younger cousins and neighbours. On moving to Edinburgh to study Hotel and Catering, she joined a premier babysitting agency, and was hugely popular with parents of young babies. Gina’s work took her first to London and then overseas but, wherever she was, she still found herself drawn to families and called upon to baby-sit or take on the role of temporary nanny. After several years Gina returned to England and, given her skill and ...

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