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Many people talk about the Wonder Weeks, leaps, fussy phases and ‘stormy periods’. Parents, bloggers and (online) magazines have written many articles, comments, reviews and stories about The Wonder Weeks book and app. We want to share them with you!
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It does help to know that these are real and all babies go through them – there is nothing wrong with you or your baby. In fact, it’s a great thing because they are learning so much!
I find the information incredibly helpful when my baby is fussy for “no reason.” This book outlines when these changes happen, what is happening, and what you can do to help ease your baby through the transition.
This book is *exactly* what every new parent wants: a guide that tells exactly why your baby is fine one week and freaking out the next. I can’t believe this book hasn’t gotten more press than it has, because it would really be a lifesaver for any parent with a baby under the age of 1.
This book has accompanied me from the first week our baby was born. Ever since, it has provided me with great insight in our daughter’s world; it lets me know when to expect a fussy period and explains why, and therefore has helped me stay calm and help our daughter overcome the difficult times.
From what I read about the book, it described behaviors typical of babies entering Week 19. It stated that babies could have trouble sleeping. They could be too distracted to eat. They could be clingy. They could be soo clingy, in fact that no one but their mommy could console them. (This describes Cain to a tee).
It’s definitely worth it getting this book if you are the parent of an infant. It’s truly eye opening and has really been spot on in everything I’ve been seeing with the twins. They also have an app, which is a very condenser version of the book but def great to have!!
Know the Wonder Weeks. If you’ve never heard of Wonder Weeks then you will be SO glad I just told you about them! It’s so, so accurate! It is times when your baby is going through developmental leaps and knowing when they occur helps to know when your baby might struggle with sleep and be fussier than normal.