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We heard it too many times: “Babies don’t come with an instruction manual.” Instead of taking the old cliché at its word, we asked, “why not?”.

The famous Moms on Call series is here to help, equipping parents with trusted resources and practical guidance to navigate their child’s first four years with confidence, clarity, and better sleep. 

©2006 Moms on Call - Basic Baby Care: 0-6 Months: 2006 Moms on Call LLC Moms on Call - Next Steps Baby Care: 6-15 Months: 2006 Moms on Call LLC Moms on Call - Toddler Book: 2012 Jennifer Walker (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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  • 10-30-21

Where are the pdfs for tables and lists?

I like that the collection is narrated by authors, but this needs the lists and table pdfs for visualization and reference. I’m having trouble locating these files, and may need to cancel the purchase.

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Excellent sustainable approach - simple to execute

I am a professional baby sleep coach of 13 years and am listening to this to become more familiar with what many moms are currently following. This is the one that resonates and aligns with my approach and passion! This approach fosters healthy attachment and independence balance. It teaches children that they are capable and we are right there along side them for it all. I love that is promotes parents to lead with love and naturally instils boundaries and mutual respect which gives everyone healthy confidence and very low stress!

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  • 11-08-21

Not the handbook for me

To start with, I do appreciate it that the authors want to read their own book but one of them doesn't have a great voice to listen to. I didn't even finish listening.

I don't find this handbook very helpful. Some of the advice given is very difficult to follow. For example : I never bathed my daughter every evening before bed, like I have the energy to do that. Or feed her at 7 am, since she is an only child I take the time to sleep as much as I can if my work schedule allows it, nights are difficult enough. And I've also never been able to put her to sleep at 7 PM, it's more manageable at 9 for us. I've always tried to incorporate her daily activities into our existing schedule, like breakfast at 9 AM, lunch at 12, dinner at 6pm. It's easier to feed her when she's not eating alone anyway.

I do realize these are personal choices and the book only gives guidelines.
They also list what is in their medicine cabinet and I wonder if that's normal for America because I don't know any of those products (I live in Belgium) other than what's in my first-aid kit.
The book also gives advice that's contrary to advice I've gotten from my midwife. Example: do use special bottles if you plan to breastfeed and pump in order to avoid confusion.

I could go on but if you've read this much you'll see my point.