Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Dr. Gary Books (14 Aug. 2016)
By: D. Gary Benfield M.D. (Author), Chris Sharp (Illustrator)
“:Hi, Baby! Let’:s Chat Some More!”: Brain food for your baby When an adoring voice exclaims, “:Hi, Baby! Let’:s Chat Some More!”: a delightful, almost magical, love affair continues. Better yet, when you read aloud “:Hi, Baby! Let’:s Chat Some More!”: using your own baby’:s name, you are sure to fall in love with your baby over and over again. What a wonderful way to get to know each other better while feeding your baby’:s growing brain. We call it, “:Brain food for your baby.”: As a bonus, we have included “:Baby Days,”: your very own keepsake. These beautiful pages are designed for recording your baby’:s vital statistics: inserting your baby’:s footprints: locks of baby’:s, mom’:s and dad’:s hair: family photos: parent notes: Baby’:s Family Tree and those delightful firsts that occur during every baby’:s first year. For instance, when your baby first rolls over, first crawls, first sits up, shows its first tooth, first walks and celebrates its first birthday! Before you know it, your Baby Days Keepsake will be filled with memories you will always cherish. I still have my own Baby Keepsake, including locks of my and my mother’:s hair, photos of my family and my mom’:s unforgettable hand-written notes. She even called me “:Precious.”: Tips for Parents When reading “:Hi, Baby! Let’:s Chat Some More!”: aloud to your baby: •: Use your baby’:s name wherever the word “:Baby”: appears in the story. •: Act out the story! •: Have fun chatting with your baby! Don’:t forget, reading aloud to your baby from an early age will pay off for a lifetime. Brain food, indeed! Dr. Gary