When a baby doesn’t want to eat or drink, turns away from feedings or cries at every meal, parents worry about the well-being of their child, and rightly so. Their desperate attempts to get their baby to eat, however, often trap them in a vicious cycle. And this, although the baby knows what the solution is, if only its signals could be correctly interpreted!
With great tact, Josephine Schwarz-Gerö encourages parents to be attentive ‘readers’ of what their child expresses and needs, and how to respond, so that they can find a way out of the unhappy cycle.
- The third volume in the best-selling series featuring »Quiet Nights« and »How to Soothe Your Baby«
- Offers help with eating problems in babies and toddlers from birth to three years old
- With many helpful case studies, concrete suggestions and a list of useful addresses