• Parenting: Your Baby’s First Year

  • By: Stacy Miller
  • Narrated by: Liz Krane
  • Length: 1 hr and 46 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Congratulations! Be prepared, be aware, and be happy.

This audiobook contains proven steps and strategies on how to be prepared for every stage of your infant’s life. You don’t want to miss a single moment because the time will pass quickly. 

Here’s an inescapable fact: You will need to develop a lot of patience and tolerance to raise this bundle of joy, but you are off to a good start. 

If you do not develop a road map of your baby’s anticipated progress, you might miss an important step. The earlier you begin to chart his/her path; the happier your child can be later on when toddlerhood steps into the picture. 

It’s time for you to become an amazing parent during the hardest year your baby can offer: the first one!

The information provided should help you with some of the pitfalls you will surely experience with your infant. Everyone (especially you and your baby) should understand everything involved in raising a baby from infancy throughout the first years. Setting guidelines and providing a road map is all your bundle of joy needs to start his/her journey.

Reasons to have this audiobook as a guideline for parenting:

  • Better understand your baby’s first year
  • Physical, social, and cognitive development steps
  • Know what Dad can do to help and support
  • Understand what your child can eat and what to avoid
  • Recognize and set sleeping and feeding routine
  • Learn how to breastfeed or bottle feed
  • Learn how to bathe your baby
  • Know what to do with a sick baby
  • Know how to communicate with your baby
  • Learn ways of how to exercise and play with your baby
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today!

©2016 Stacy Miller (P)2018 LacoBiz

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I recommend this book to any parent!

From feeding recommendations to helping baby sleep through the night, this has been a life saver. I recommend this book to any parent!

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This is a must have guide for a first time parent.

Very insightful book on what to expect from your first child. This is a must have guide for a first time parent. Very straight forward guide, packed with information.

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Love this audiobook!

Love this audiobook! Easy to use, easy to find quick answers, well-organized, and full of no-nonsense, practical advice when and where you need it. I would recommend this to any new parent.

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This book is pretty much the same.

This book is pretty much the same as what to expect the first year except this one kind of goes into a little more depth.

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Recommended book!

As an expectant mother, I had exhausted all the info on pregnancy and wanted to learn as much as I could - while I still had some free time - on what to expect during our baby's first year.

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Simple straightforward!

Simple straightforward and easy to dip into every month. Covers all areas of baby development with sensible advice. Definitely recommend for new parents!

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This book proved to be an invaluable resource.

This book proved to be an invaluable resource on everything from breastfeeding to bathing to baby poop and beyond! I know I will refer to it often after our baby arrives, and I recommend it highly for expectant and new parents alike.

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After listening to it I've got a good feeling.

After listening to it I've got a good feeling that I can handle everything about babies as far as books like this exist and can be at hand. Thank you, authors.

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Believe it or not, but I bought this book.

Believe it or not, but I bought this book from Audible even before I got pregnant for 1st time. I wanted to know what to expect before I become a mother.

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This book was an easy to understand.

This book was an easy to understand, and really addresses lots of questions that new moms to be might have about their and baby. It's broken down month-by-month, and also has other sections with tons of information. Would definitely recommend it to others.

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  • Kaleigh Doyle
  • 03-16-19

This audiobook is really helpful for me!

The narration was indeed well toned and that's why I really like this audiobook! This audiobook is really helpful for me!

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  • Kaylyn Harris
  • 03-16-19

I am great-full for this book.

I am great-full for this book, it saved me and my family I am a better person and a better parent my children are so happy and my husband is motivated and learn more and our family is on the first step towards a connected happy and healthy family.

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  • Lucas Nicholson
  • 03-16-19

Loved the book.

Loved the book. I found the alternative parenting point of view interesting and the real-life practical examples helpful.

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  • Griffin Williamson
  • 03-16-19

The book is very well structured and informative.

The book is very well structured, informative and covers everything. It would be easy to find anything you need in an emergency.

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  • 11-25-21

Informative but prejudiced

I found the narrative was quite sexist and full of assumptions. Presuming all mother's have a male partner i.e. that single mothers or same sex relationships do not exist, disappointing.