New Baby 101 was reviewed in Australian Midwifery News Spring Edition and the opening remark says it all – “Finally! The long awaited manual, and it does not disappoint. “New Baby 101 – A Midwife’s Guide for New Parents” by Lois Wattis is just brilliant. …It provides a calm and common-sense approach to the first three months at home with a new baby…..this guide is a valuable resource for parents of a newborn….The guide is written in plain language and does not contain medical jargon, yet it provides up-to-date evidence-based information and unbiased options/alternatives on a number of topics… Overall the guide seems to quietly give parents the permission they may need to attempt trial and error with their new baby, and most importantly to listen to their baby’s cues and their own instincts.”
The International Journal of Childbirth Education also reviewed New Baby 101, endorsing its evidence based and practical guidance and recommending it as a valuable resource for parents and childbirth educators, appealing to a culturally and linguistically diverse International audience. “The essentials discussed in New Baby 101 may prevent the spread of inaccurate information, reinforce what is taught in childbirth classes, promote successful child rearing, and most importantly, offer parents the opportunity to make an informed decision about how to care for their newborn child”.
You can read the complete reviews on www.newbaby101.com.au and also view the free videos, access the free smartphone App, as well as get the book or eBook from Lois