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The Discontented Little Baby Book
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A revolutionary new approach to caring for your baby from a respected Australian GP.

A$29.95
(Paperback)
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Overview

Did you know there are things that you can do to help your baby cry and fuss less in the first 16 weeks? Did you know that many parents’ nights are unnecessarily disrupted? Are you longing for a deeper connection with your newborn?

The first months after a baby’s arrival can be exhausting, and attempts at quick fixes are often part of the problem. But a number of obstacles are accidentally put in the way of a healthy night’s sleep, and much can be done to help your baby cry less.

The Discontented Little Baby Book gives you practical and evidence-based strategies for helping you and your baby get more in sync. Dr Pamela Douglas offers a path that protects your baby’s brain development so that he or she can reach his or her full potential. She also offers simple strategies to help you enjoy your baby and live with vitality when faced with the challenges of this extraordinary time.

With real-life stories, advice on dealing with feelings of anxiety and depression, and answers to your questions about reflux and allergies, The Discontented Little Baby Book is a compassionate revolution in baby care.

Details
Dr Pamela Douglas, author of The Discontended Little Baby Book

Dr Pamela Douglas

Dr Pamela Douglas has worked in general practice since 1987, with a special interest in women’s health. She is founder of Possums for Mothers and Babies, Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of General Practice at the University of Queensland, and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Maternity and Family Unit at Griffith University. Her crying baby research has been supported by various scholarships and fellowships, and she is the author of internationally published medical research in this field.

She lives with her husband in Brisbane, Queensland. They have five adult children and stepchildren, and four grandchildren.