Inside the baby mind - The Boston Globe
The Boston Globe
an interesting article about baby's brainTwelve Hours Sleep by Twelve Weeks Old: the best parenting book I've read - Boing Boing
After our daughter Poesy was born, we were inundated with parenting advice and books -- big, thick, 900-page bricks that purported to tell us everything we needed to know to raise a newborn into a productive member of society. Of course, we had neither the attention nor the time to devote to following any of this advice.
Twelve Hours' Sleep by Twelve Weeks Old: A Step-by-Step Plan for Baby Sleep Success, a very short book that does exactly what it says on the cover: it's a simple prescription for teaching your baby to sleep through the whole night by 12 weeks. It takes about an hour to read and does not involve doing anything horrible to your kid like letting her cry all night. Basic method: for the first 8 weeks, keep track of when the kid feeds and sleeps. At 8 weeks, use this to come up with a sleep and feed schedule that more or less fits the rhythm she's falling into. Gently encourage her to stick to it (e.g., if she's hungry before mealtime, see if you can distract her for a few minutes [the first day], then a few minutes more [the next].)Mila's Daydreams
it's like our very own Anne Geddes
Adorable! RT @stellawongo: Indeed the cutest thing on the internet - Mila's Daydreams http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/ via @kottke
This is my maternity leave hobby. While my baby is taking her nap, I try to imagine her dream and capture it.
Oh my God.Mila's Daydreams
A beautiful concept.
baby dreams illustrated