Sunday, June 1, 2014

Dr Careys Baby Care Book Review + Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


I love this book I wish that I knew about this when my children were little. It shows you a lot of stuff you wonder about through birth to age one. And if I had this book then a lot of my questions would of been answered. Even with having my second baby I still had questions because it was different I had a girl the first time and then a boy the second time. It tells you about boys and girl. What to be on the look out for. 






A Doctor’s Original Baby Care Guide for that Important First Year 
With over 120 full color pictures, I am able to share baby care as if you were in my office. Neatly written in under 100 pages (print version), this easy to understand guide is written by a doctor to assure reliable information for you and your child. My goal in writing this guide is to ease your concerns and eliminate those sleepless nights. Dr. Carey’s® First Year Baby Care Guide will provide essential baby care knowledge and a better understanding of when your baby needs to be seen by a professional. In short, the confidence to be an outstanding parent to your baby. 

Some of the topics Dr. Carey shares in this book: 
Your baby’s developmental milestones 
Newborn rashes explained 
How to handle minor medical problems as they arise 
Surviving your baby being sick 
Answers to the most common questions parents ask 
PLUS – A place to record your baby’s milestones 

“Dr. Carey’s® Baby Care guide is the perfect book for new and experienced parents with infants. This excellent pictorial guide for baby’s good health contains everything parents need to do their job better and to take care of their infants. The explanations are accurate and the photographs provide a wonderful resource for parents caring for their babies. I highly recommend it.” 

Paul Feldheim, M.D. 
Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics 
Camarillo, California 

“In my twenty-five years as a maternal and childcare nurse, as well as being a grandmother and great-grandmother of ten (with three being Dr. Carey’s patients), I believe that comprehensive and easily understood guidance for parents has been lacking. Now, Dr. Carey’s® Baby Care book provides understandable, yet concise, information with pictures and descriptions that are carefully attuned to needs of a newborn’s parents. His Baby Care guide is like having a pediatrician on-call in your home, twenty-four hours a day!” 

Sharon Erskine, R.N. 
Labor & Delivery Nurse and Grandmother 
Oxnard, California 

“Dr. Carey’s Baby Care is so much more than another baby book. This wonderful resource, for both new and experienced parents, is like having a doctor at their fingertips to answer questions and guide them through the early years. Filled with pictures and easy to understand descriptions, this book is sure to be picked up many times, both day and night!” 

“Alexandra Clark, M.D. 
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 
Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital 

“The secret of a truly family friendly pediatric medical guide is to allow the medical information to be easily understood, concise and useful for the common and typical illnesses and problems a family is likely to encounter in childhood. Dr. Carey’s® Baby Care does just that. I can refer my patients to this book with the confidence that the essential medical information will be available to safely and clearly guide the family in the care of their child’s health.” 

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Disclaimer: I was sent products for free to review for my honest opinion, from either a PR agency or a company. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Your opinions may vary from my opinions. 

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