Dr. Sandy’s Top to Bottom Guide to Your Newborn
This book deals with all aspects of caring for your newborn from birth through the first month of the child’s life. It includes topics such as translating your baby’s crying and when to call a doctor.
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Dr. Sandy’s Top to Bottom Guide to Your Newborn is the ultimate newborn reference, containing the answers to the questions most frequently asked by new parents. What’s normal? Is my baby okay? Am I doing this right? Issues that often stump new parents are answered in a clear manner, accompanied by easy-to-follow illustrations and photographs in this helpful and essential reference.
The first few months can be the hardest physically to endure and can be incredibly nerve-racking. Despite all of the childcare and parenting references available, very few focus on the first stages of the infant’s life, and many cover this information only in a single chapter.
This book deals with all aspects of caring for your newborn from birth through the first month of the child’s life. It includes topics such as translating your baby’s crying, when to call the doctor, and how to give a sponge bath. It also acts as a comprehensive guide to common physical findings that affect newborns, such as rashes, birthmarks, and more.
When in doubt about how to care for their newborn, or simply to check to see whether they’re doing something wrong or right, Dr. Sandy’s Top to Bottom Guide to Your Newborn is the book that parents can turn to for inclusive and lucid answers and advice.
Sandy L. Chung is a skilled, top-rated pediatrician who has over eleven years experience in her field. She is President of Fairfax Pediatric Associates, PC, and serves on multiple boards and committees on a local, state, and national level.
Praise for Dr. Sandy's Top to Bottom Guide to Your Newborn
Parenting is the most awesome human responsibility. It is very important for parents to have excellent practical health information at their fingertips. Dr. Sandy’s book gives parents what they really need when they take their babies home from the hospital.
—Dave Tayloe, Jr., MD, FAAP, pediatrician
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