Worldwide Bestseller:
The Wonder Weeks

The Wonder Weeks: Discover your baby's personality

This worldwide bestseller:

  • Will save your sanity
  • Help your baby get the most out of his development

Ever wondered why your baby drives you crazy during certain times? And that, no matter what you do, you can’t seem to make him happy or comfort him? Or, that he doesn’t eat well; doesn’t sleep well? Have you ever thought – based on your child’s erratic behavior – that there’s something wrong with your parenting skills?

The Wonder Weeks helps your baby to get the most out of his development during the most important mental developmental phase of his life.

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No Parenting Advice,
But Baby Insight!

The Wonder Weeks: No Parenting Advice, But Baby Insight!

We know that every other baby book out there claims to be the definitive baby book: ‘If you do this, here’s what will happen and you will have good results and your baby will be President someday.’

Well, it doesn’t work that way. Every parent has his own parenting style and every good-hearted parent knows what is best for his child. Telling parents what to do is not doing them – or their baby – any good. It just frustrated everyone. This is why The Wonder Weeks is different. It gives parents insight to their baby’s head and, armed with this knowledge, parents can better recognize how to raise their kids.

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The three C’s:

The three C's of The Wonder Weeks

For 35 years, we have been studying interactions between mothers and babies. We have documented—in objective observations, from personal records, and on videotape—the times at which mothers report their babies to be “difficult.” These difficult periods are usually accompanied by the three C’s: Clinginess, Crankiness, and Crying. We now know that they are the tell-tale signs of a period in which the child makes a major leap forward in his mental development..

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Discover your baby’s personality

Worldwide Bestseller: The Wonder Weeks

When you open up to your baby and look for everything he ‘tells you’ with his body language, you get a very good idea of your baby’s personality. By keeping track of which skills your baby chooses after a leap, from among the many new possible skills listed in each section of ‘The Wonder Weeks’, you get an even better picture. Some parents want to check off as many skills as possible. Don’t do this. This is like expecting an athlete to master all possible sports at once. Developing skills takes time and practice.

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