3 edition of Mama Nikki"s Guide for Parents: ""how to Raise a Healthy Sane Child"" found in the catalog.
Mama Nikki"s Guide for Parents: ""how to Raise a Healthy Sane Child""
Alice Nikki Johnson-muhammad
October 30, 2006
by Xlibris Corp
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||54|
“Wise, tender, honest, sweet, smart, practical, engaging what a beautiful book, a book every parent should read. Dr. Naumburg writes as Carla, a fellow flawed parent, and opens her arms to parents and children everywhere. This book will help all parents who read it, and become a blessing in the lives of their children.”—Edward Reviews: Chalene: I think that too often parents are worried about how what their child is doing is gonna reflect on them. And the sooner you can let go of that. And when I say that, I also mean like, you can’t also make them into what it is you want them to be. My husband’s family’s incredibly athletic.
Early in the book the parents are killed and an uncle becomes the guardian. My wife is looking for a books for our kids she read as a child. In the book two kids live near a closed down amusement park and they somehow find a secret entrance to the park where it is all operational. all of the new mothers pitch in to help one another. Praise “The Kind Mama gives you the solid information you need for raising a healthy lly sound and engagingly written, this book will be on your bedside table as a trusted guide.” —Neal D. Barnard, MD, Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine, George “I LOVE this book! It’s chock-full of invaluable information for mamas, along with the most beautiful images.
Bio Sane picky eating advice Healthy, easy toddler recipes from a real mama, relationships, and parent-child attachment ️this isn’t therapy Instagram Handle @australianpsychologist Instagram Followers Bio •Play Therapist supporting parents on their journey towards raising healthy. "Dais and her team of MOFLs (moms on the front lines) guide parents (moms, especially) through the first 52 weeks of your child's life with honesty, clarity, humor, complaints and encouragement on a myriad of important subjects from breastfeeding, endless crying and vaccinating to relationship problems, loss of freedom and inaccurate Facebook Reviews: K.
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