Raising Happy Healthy Children: Why Mothering Matters (Early Years)
The author presents convincing research to show how a baby’s relationship with his or her mother has a lasting and deep impact. Recent social changes―whether it is delayed motherhood, limited success with breastfeeding, or the mother’s early return to work―can interfere with the key developmental milestones essential for the baby’s wellbeing in later life. Sally Goddard Blythe says, “We need a society that gives children their parents and, most of all, gives babies their mothers back.”
This book is the fully updated second edition of What Babies and Children Really Need.
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