Adventures in Parenting

So... I got this book in the mail today from the DPHHS called "Adventures in Parenting: How Responding, Preventing, Monitoring, Mentoring and Modeling can help you be a successful parent".

Not sure why I got it, but it sure was a nice thing to get. Do you read any parenting books?

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    05/02/14
    Alissa, you'll have to tell us how it is!

    I read a few Dr. Sears books early on (Fussy Baby Book, Sleep Book), Happiest Baby on the Block, and I'm still reading one called the Science of Parenting, which reads a lot like a fancy school textbook, but is really informative. I also am in the middle of a book called Nurturing the Soul of Your Family: 10 Ways to Reconnect and Find Peace in Everyday Life, which is kind of a parenting book, but kind of not, too.
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    05/02/14
    Ah, yes and no. Yes in that the information about the five S's are really important to nail down for the first three months, but no, because if you google "5 s's," you can find pretty much the same information.

    http://www.babycenter.com/0_harvey-karps-happiest…

    Also, it's probably best to read during your first pregnancy, because it applies to the first three months, or the "last trimester," and deals with concerns that are normally thought of as colic.
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