My First 300 Babies

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babies, life, schedule, children
Gladys W. Hendrick

An excellent guide to help new mothers realize that a baby can adapt to a daily schedule very easily. Annette thinks that the author goes a little too far by taking scheduling to an extreme and minimizing the need for affection. In our house, we put our babies on a three-hour nursing schedule for most of the day, extending it to a four-hour interval at night. Annette also believes that rocking a baby to sleep and carrying them around in a front- or back-pack during the day is better for bonding and helps to foster a closer relationship.