[PDF] ↠ The Wonder Weeks. How to Stimulate Your Babys Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps Forward Author Hetty van de Rijt – Anguillais.us

The Wonder Weeks. How to Stimulate Your Babys Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps Forward The Wonder Weeks How To Stimulate Your Baby S Mental Development And Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps Forward Describes In Easy To Understand Terms The Incredible Developmental Changes That All Babies Go Through During The First 20 Months Of Their Lives This Is The Extended, Fat Edition With 2 Chapters Covering 2 Leaps In The Mental Development Of Your Baby Up To The End Of The Sensorimotor Period.The Book Is Based On The Discovery Of A Little Known Phenomenon All Normal, Healthy Babies Appear To Be Tearful, Troublesome, Demanding And Clingy At Very Nearly The Same Ages.These Age Related Fluctuations In Need For Body Contact And Attention Are Related To Major And Quite Dramatic Changes In The Brains Of The Children These Changes Enable A Baby To Enter A Whole New Perceptual World And, As A Consequence, To Learn Many New Skills This Should Be A Reason For Celebration, But As Far As The Baby Is Concerned These Changes Are Bewildering He S Taken Aback Everything Has Changed Overnight It Is As If He Has Woken Up On A Strange Planet.The Book Includes Week By Week Guide To Baby S Behavior An Explanation Of The Markers For Cranky, Clingy, Crying The Three C S Behavior And How To Deal With Them A Description From Your Baby S Perspective Of The World Around Him And How You Can Understand The Changes He S Going Through Fun Games And Gentle Activities You Can Do With Your ChildThe Book Offers Parents Support In Times Of Trouble Self Confidence Help In Understanding Their Baby Hints On How To Help Their Baby Play And Learn A Unique Account Of Their Baby S DevelopmentFor Detailed Information About Contents And The Research Behind The Book, Please Visit Www.thewonderweeks.com

[PDF] ↠ The Wonder Weeks. How to Stimulate Your Babys Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps Forward  Author Hetty van de Rijt – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 493 pages
  • The Wonder Weeks. How to Stimulate Your Babys Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps Forward
  • Hetty van de Rijt
  • English
  • 12 June 2017
  • 9079208043

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] ↠ The Wonder Weeks. How to Stimulate Your Babys Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases Into Magical Leaps Forward Author Hetty van de Rijt – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Highly recommended.The bad Overuse of quotes that provide no real substance or purpose Super repetitive the book could have just said and now your baby will be fussy instead of going on for page after page about how the baby is overwhelmed and the baby is scared and the baby s world is changing etc etc etc, each time trying to phrase it in a new way as if there s an actual difference.But, the good It identifies the changes your baby s brain is going through It s helpful to know w Highly recommended.The bad Overuse of quotes that provide no real substance or purpose Super repetitive the book could have just said and now your baby will be fussy instead of going on for page after page about how the baby is overwhelmed and the baby is scared and the baby s world is changing etc etc etc, each time try...


  2. says:

    There are so many Baby Books out there about parenting styles, baby s sleep, what So and So thinks about your baby that in the end, it s tempting to avoid baby books altogether What s refreshing different about The Wonder Weeks is that it doesn t tell you HOW to raise your baby It simply provides a little guide as to why your baby is changing and gently reminds you that It s all going to be okay I loved reading about the developmental changings and it was such a rewarding experience to see There are so many Baby Books out there about parenting styles, baby s sleep, what So and So thinks about your baby that in the end, it s tempting to avoid baby books altogether What s refreshing different about The Wonder Weeks is that it doesn t tell you HOW to raise your baby It simply provides a little guide as to why your baby is changing and gently reminds you that It s all going to be okay I loved...


  3. says:

    I liked this book for two reasons 1 It helped me to see the difficult times as positive moments of growth 2 I liked the list of possible skills for each age and the short lists of games or toys This book is not exhaustive in its description of baby development and the parent quotes weren t always interesting I never planned to use onl...


  4. says:

    Ugh I m about halfway through the book, and it s clear that I m not going to be able to finish this one It does have some useful information on babies development And some ideas of age appropriate activities though most will be pretty familiar to anyone who has been around babies But these predictable phases seem over exaggerated My first child was the fussy one, and she never seemed to have the highs and lows that I would have predicted from this book My second islaid back, and Ugh I m about halfway through the book, and it s clear that I m not going to be able to finish this one It does have some useful information on babies development And some ideas of age appropriate activities though most will be pretty familiar to anyone who has been around babies But these predictable phases seem over exaggerated My first child was the fussy one, and she never seemed to have the ...


  5. says:

    I was expecting to enjoy this book thoroughly When my child was 5 weeks old and constantly crying and wanting to nurse, I frantically Dr Googled what the heck was different about that day from all the days before I found the Wonder Weeks site and lo and behold, discovered that my kid was preparing for a mental leap Sure enough, a few days later he was back to his normal self and in addition, he was doing some new things that he hadn t done before.When the book was ordered for the library, I was expecting to enjoy this book thoroughly When my child was 5 weeks old and constantly crying and wanting to nurse, I frantically Dr Googled what the heck was different about that day from all the days before I found the Wonder Weeks site and lo and behold, discovered that my kid was preparing for a mental leap Sure enough, a few days later he was back to his normal self and in addition, he was doing some new things that he hadn t done before.When the book was ordered for the library, I decided to check it out since I m still not sure what I m doing and this i...


  6. says:

    I m grateful for this book if nothing else, it assured me that those random flows of fussiness aren t because I m a bad parent or because my baby is actually the mayor of Crazytown She is being fussy because she s actually doing something amazing She learnsin a day ...


  7. says:

    The information provided here is useful, however the whole book is kind of a waste of time and money, unless you are reading it ahead of time during your pregnancy I started it with my 9 week old and realized two things 1 This isn t new information Everything in this book was something I already read via many free parenting apps.2 It is the same information week after week It s wonderful information it allows you some comfort that what your child is experiencing is normal, expected, an The information provided here is useful, however the whole book is kind of a waste of time and money, unless you are reading it ahead of time during your pregnancy I started it with my 9 week old and realized two things 1 This isn t new information Everything in this book was something I already read via many free parenting apps.2 It is the same information w...


  8. says:

    Unlike many of my friends, I don t find the Wonder Weeks particularly helpful I have the app, and I thought maybe I d be a convert if I read the book Spoiler alert the book is all filler I think most of the text is culled from a Wonder Weeks message board or something I wish ther...


  9. says:

    This book missed a week the one where it was supposed to go through an editor Good Lord This was redundant, excessive, contradictory you name it As a sleep deprived parent, this was the last thing my brain needed.


  10. says:

    Very VERY very repetitive I found it helpful in the beginning, but once past the first few leaps it felt like the chapters were the same thing over and over and over The app is muchconcise, and while still repetitive it is significantly less so.

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