An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood By: Michael Lewis Published: 2009 Read: 2020 Summary The author kept a diary of what happened after the birth of each of his three children. Using his diary, he writes up his experiences as a
From Birth to Age Six By: Glenn Doman, Douglas Doman, Bruce Hagy Published: 2006 Read: 2020 Summary A child’s mobility competence is linked to the development of his brain. So, if you want to help improve a child’s mobility, help
The New Way to Calm Crying and Help Your Newborn Baby Sleep Longer By: Harvey Karp Published: 2015 Read: 2020 Summary Why do babies cry so much? One of the reasons is because babies are born immature. The brains of
How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five By: John Medina Published: 2010 Read: 2020 Summary What does it take to raise a happy, smart kid with a decent moral compass? The answer is simple: lead
By: John Seabrook In: New Yorker, October 2015 Babies and sleep. Polyphasic sleep. Babies tend to sleep in bouts, not distinguishing between night and day. Opposite of monophasic sleep: one seven- or eight-hour chunk at night. REM sleep (dream stage).