Waiting For Baby
ISBN: 0859539733
EAN13: 9780859539739
Language: English
Pages: 14
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 6.3" L x 6.2" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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When you're small, waiting for anything can seem to take a lifetime, especially when it's a baby There is so much to sort out for the new arrival - clothes, toys and a place to sleep. A new addition to any family is exciting, but the experience can also be worrying and confusing for siblings. Coping with the new situations and emotions that arise can be very challenging. This series of four board books deals with the anticipation of waiting for the new baby, the excitement of the arrival itself, and the beginnings of the special relationship that develops between siblings. The simple conversational text and lively illustrations are carefully designed to encourage further dialogue between reader and child.

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5
   Great sibling book that helps prepare for baby.
My 3 year old could relate to this book because he is currently seeing the things happen, like doctor visits, my big belly and mommy sleeping while daddy helps in the house, Claire said. It's a colorful board book.
 
5
   Great book for young kids
In this book, the reader is shown the real world birth of a baby. Before I knew it, my son was absolutely fascinated by the colorful pictures and hearing the simple kid questions. Simply put, it's very simple, positive and engaging for young kids. The fact that they show an interracial couple and multiracial children only adds to the richness of this open ended book, Raymond said. Really good book, Gillian.
 
5
   LOVE love love these books!
I absolutely love this book and the new baby book in the series. They are amazing for parents to bond over fears of biological attachment, Raymond said. Lots of nursing photos, the whole family sitting in the bed, and really makes it out like the whole family is in this together, he said. I highly recommend these books to friends and family.
 
5
   Thanks for the help!!
Loved the book, said Sara. We read it for several weeks before she was born and I think it really helped prepare her... She has been the best big sister ever! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   Thanks for the help!!
This book has loved this book! Loved this book ''! We read it daily for several weeks before Novella's big sister arrived and I think it really helped her prepare ) She has been the best big sister ever! !
 
5
   Great sibling book that helps prepare for baby.
My three year old could relate to this book because he is seeing things currently happen, like doctor visits, my big belly and mommy sleeping, while Daddy helps in the house. Love the fact that it is colorful and a board book.
 
5
   Great book for young kids
This is the perfect book about pregnancy for children. My two year old son loved looking at the simple pictures and hearing the colorful kid questions when I was pregnant. It is very simple, positive, and engaging for young children. The fact that they show an open couple and multiracial children adds to the richness of this interracial book. Book is great!
 
5
   LOVE love love these books!
Absolutely love this book and the My New Baby Book in this series. They are amazing for attachment parents! They are amazing! Lots of nursing photos, the whole family sitting in bed, and really makes it out like the whole family is in this together. I will recommend these books to many friends! Also extremely realistic. The photo of the dad and the little kiddo eating dinner while mom lays on the couch has been accurate for our household and something she can relate to.
 
2
   Book makes it seem like it's okay to wake baby.
Pages are two sentences of random things that don 't really describe, like this mine? Will it still fit me? And while you could look at the picture and see the child wearing clothing, I wish the text actually said clothes in it. I bought this book though, mostly because I bought it to try to help my toddler understand about baby coming and the last page says Wake up Baby, Want to Play? I really don 't want to encourage my toddler to wake up the baby, and didn't feel like it really explained pregnancy like I was hoping. And not the books fault, but a lot of pages involved shopping for baby or attending OB visits, but during a pandemic my toddler doesn 't get to do this stuff in preparation for baby, so it doesn't really help him understand. I feel like this book is simple for my child's age, but has the expectation that pregnancy has been explained to a preschooler like I could.
 
2
   Book makes it seem like it's okay to wake baby.
Like this sentence: "Page is two of random things that don't really describe." While you could look at the picture and see the child holding clothes, I wish the text had said "Twinkle, Mr. I returned this book partly because I bought it to try to help my toddler understand about baby coming and the last page says wake up baby, want to play? I really don't want to encourage my toddler to wake up the baby, and didn't feel like it was really pregnant like I was hoping. And not the books, but a lot of the pages involved shopping for baby or attending OB visits, which I blame on my toddler not getting to do this stuff in preparation for baby. I feel like this book is simple for my child's age, but has the expectation that pregnancy has been explained like I could to a preschooler.