Saturday, May 3, 2014

Dr. Carey’s Baby Care: First Year Baby Care Guide Review + Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Some of those baby care books out there are just encyclopedias. Like you really have time for that. Right. You just had a baby. You are sleeping so little. Trying to get back to yourself. Some kind of schedule. Integrate the new baby into a routine. You need to get some answers and figure out the basics.  Here's your ultimate solution:  Dr. Carey’s Baby Care: First Year Baby Care Guide. 

Think of this book as a user’s guide to your baby’s first year, an office visit to your baby’s physician found between the covers of this book. It’s arranged so that the most common questions are handled by topic. It is not an overwhelming book either. Each chapter is short so even if you have only a few minutes you can really learn something useful. 
I love how the book is set up and organized. Dr. Carey's goal is to answer a lot of the questions parents have that their own physicians may not spend the time to really answer. You get a clear, simple answer that is easy to understand. One thing that is excellent is all the really life pictures so you know what to look for whether it is diaper rash (that photo hurts but at least you know what it looks like so you can get it remedied faster!) or colic. This book has almost 100 pictures. Let's face a new mom you are running on minimal sleep so more pictures and less words are the perfect solution. I mean this. Think about it. Pictures are easy to absorb and understand.  

This is a primer for the baby essentials. Nothing is meant to be a substitute for your own pediatrician or health practitioner. If you have a serious issue you need to immediately consult with your own pediatrician. There are certainly many medically related questions that are best answered by someone in the medical field, but for baby basics, this is the book you want. Don't forget to enter my giveaway to win your own copy of this excellent book. a Rafflecopter giveaway

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

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