100 Ways to Calm the Crying explores why babies cry, from normal developmental changes to more painful conditions such as colic and reflux. Along the way, parenting expert Pinky McKay offers practical tips on how to calm and connect with your baby, cope with crying and sleepless nights, and identity symptoms that may require professional help. Follow Pinky's gentle strategies and develop a closer, tear-free relationship with your baby.
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Pinky McKay is the author of Toddler Tactics and Sleeping Like a Baby. She is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, certified infant massage instructor, and sought-after keynote speaker at conferences for parents and health professionals internationally. She writes and blogs for Practical Parenting magazine and contributes to Attachment Parenting International, Littlies magazine, Opposing Views, and Pathways to Family Wellness.Review:
"Here is a book that is down to earth, warm and, unlike many other books that deal with crying, respects babies." —Sheila Kitzinger, natural childbirth activist
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