[E–pub Download] (Zero to Five) AUTHOR Tracy Cutchlow
S enter the picture I ll probably have it filled with sticky notes and dog eared pages by the time any of my kids reach five years oldA collection of scientific studies and anecdotes to help parents raise better kids I give Zero to Five 40 stars out of 5 For
reviews of books and movies like this please of books and movies like this please wwwbenjamin m weilertcom Chock full of positive parenting tips and uite a few sneaky librarian tips "for encouraging early literacy by harnessing the power of fun and the amazing curiosity of the developing brain This book feels "encouraging early literacy by harnessing the power of fun and the amazing curiosity of the developing brain This book feels a good talk with an old friend it bolsters you realigns you and educates you with a gentle handPut this on your baby shower gift basket list An easy read with lots of good tips but also some misinformation based on what I ve learned as an early childhood educator and briefly parent Although many tips in the book include general references to scientific studies there is not enough explanation of where she is getting her information to even investigate the differences I noted Co sleeping for example is said here to be specifically detrimental to the uality of both baby and mother s sleep I was unable to locate anything on the Internet suggesting that and the Internet usually has arguments for and against everything There s also no bibliography I still recommend the book if you don t know much about babies and young children ust take the advice with a grain of salt and do some independent research if something doesn t ive with your experience A Very nice book I have learned from it However I might say it feels overwhelming to hear at once
*all you need to be doing with you baby So I ve read this very slowly *you need to be doing with you baby So I ve read this very slowly the last few weeks It should be titled Some Facts Some Opinions Some Based on Science Some Loosely Backed Somewhat by Science That being said it is a book filled with good ideas on what to do with your babies It does get a little condescending and gives input into your marriage adult friendships and the speed of your life Most of the tips in this book are pretty obvious or well known even if they aren t often followed like no tv for your babies and let your kids play with boxes Some might be a little helpful especially if you didn t have a good parenting example or still don t I wouldn t buy it for anyone I know but I can see there being an audience for it. That’s cool right If you play too What tamps down temper tantrums Naming emotions out loud My sweet baby ust hit a playmate lied to me about un potting the plant talked back Now what OK this is a whole section of the book How do I get through an entire day of this With help Lots of help Zero to Five is here to help Make it your guide to the crazy wonderful ourney that is parenting.
Download ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¿ Tracy CutchlowThis is a tough review for me as I listened to the Audible version of this book which I think impacted my enjoyment The content itself was generally practical science based parenting tips most of which seem valuable which is exactly what I wanted Definitely a few tips felt a lot opinion based and a lot of the science felt under explained and a little hand wave y And for no fault of the book a bunch of the advice feels a little outdated in the moment I read it in the middle of the COVID 19 pandemic and the new normal of social distancing The thing I struggled most with was the structure I "really wanted this book to be organized by age rather by tip "wanted this book to be organized by age rather by tip a result it felt very umbled to me as a parent of a newborn it rapidly went from okay I m past this stageah this bit is super valuable okay this stuff is going to be later on And over and over for each topic which were only loosely grouped together Now that I m looking at pictures of the physical bookyeah it makes a lot sense why it s organized like it is I give specifically the Audible version of this book three stars I appreciated the breezy read and generally practical tips but in retrospect I chose the wrong format and I wish the content was maybe slightly less breezy I really love this book It has helped me come up with ways to help raise my child better than I was brought up I look forward to testing out many of the strategies for the little bumps along the road in our lives This will be the book I give at a baby shower Zero to Five is full of tons of great information from preparing for babyto talking connecting sleep eat and potty as well as discipline and play She covers so many topics concisely that it makes this book a good reference But I love the pictures and layout you never feel like you are reading a parenting book let alone with so much information ZERO TO FIVE is a book that should be one of many in a series You could consider this an essential book for all new moms and dads Easy to read which is really important when you are pregnant and tired and or
nauseated or have a newborn and lack sleep or a toddler you can t keep up withor have a newborn and lack sleep or a toddler you can t keep up with to Five is one of those books that will be shared with other new moms and maybe even will be the Doctor Spock of this generation Wish they had books like this when we were new parents It could be call. You could read 34 parenting books on sleep eating potty training discipline and brain development Or you could read Zero to Five 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science Tracy Cutchlow cuts to the chase summarizing the best scientific research in bite sized chunks One tip per page beautiful photographs cool easyCombining the warmth of a best friend with her simple clear style Tracy. Ed the Pre baby and Children 1 5 User s Manual I only hope she continues writing doing follow up books for children up to the age of 18 or even into college years Tracy Cutchlow the author who says she wished for a book like this when she was a new mom has definitely put together a book that is what I would call essential for all new parents The chapt This has been my favorite baby prep book so far It s based on science gives advice I can totally get behind was easy to read all at once and will be easy to flip to specific sections later and has a beautiful layout photos I ll be recommending this book to everyone THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FROM A GOODREADS GIVEAWAYAs an INTJ who is preparing to have kids I ve found a lot of advice that seems to be hearsay and old wives tales As a scientist I don t particularly care for tips and tricks that are based on emotional responses or limited data sets either Enter Zero to Five a book that attempts to gather together the scientific research done to identify the positive and negative methodologies used to raise kids from birth to five years old Some of the results are not what you d expect Of course many of the snippets of advice contained in this book keep reiterating the same points empathy communication and problem solvingEarly on in Zero to Five I was engaged with the format and the narrative but "as the book dragged on the repetition of the same themes became tedious It also felt like the references "the book dragged on the repetition of the same themes became tedious It also felt like the references studies and research that were prevalent in the first half were replaced by anecdotal evidence in the second Maybe they were still there the whole time they ust weren t as noticeable I get that this book is a list of topics that would be used as references when needed but I almost wish it was organized in a way that broke it into the big ideas that need to be grasped and focused on each one of them instead of continually hitting the same notes over and over againDespite my ualms with the format there seems to be a plentitude of useful advice in this book even if much of it may be difficult to employ in real life So many of our
instinctual parenting skills were inherited from our parents so it can be a challenge to break free from them andparenting skills were inherited from our parents so it can be a challenge to break free from them and other techniues that might work much better At the very least I know I ll probably want to reference this book when kid. Addresses uestions such as Should I talk to my pregnant belly newborn Is that going to feel weird Yes and absolutely How do I help baby sleep well Start with the 45 minute rule How can I instill a love of learning in my child With specific types of praise and criticism What boosts my child’s success in school It's not what you think My kindergartner loves videos and cell phone games. ,