Frans X. Plooij

Wonder Weeks, Leap 7

WARNING: In The Wonder Weeks, full version, all ten leaps are described. This chapter book only describes the seventh leap.The Wonder Weeks, start fussy week 40–44, Wonder Week 46, Leap 7. How to stimulate your babys mental development and help him turn this predictable, great, fussy phases into a magical leap forward, describes in easy-to-understand terms the incredible developmental changes that all babies go through 46 weeks after the due date (start fussy period at 40–44 weeks).The book is based on the discovery of the phenomenon that all normal, healthy babies appear to be more tearful, troublesome, demanding and clingy at very nearly the same ages. A worldwide bestseller and sanity savior for parents around the globe. @46 Weeks (Leap of ';Sequences'): Why the Cereal Flies Through the Air!In the world of ';sequences' your baby learns to recognize and manage the flow of events and relationships over time. Eating cereal with a spoon, for example, means: grab the spoon, put the spoon into the bowl, scoop some cereal onto the spoon, bring the spoon to your head and put it in your mouth (and not in your eye). Your baby starts to link actions together to reach a ';goal,' such as feeding himself, but may miss a component or two in the beginning. At this stage, your baby likes to feel needed and will want to help.Note: Most babies make this leap 46 weeks after the due date. However, some babies make the leap one or two weeks sooner, or one or two weeks later.This chapter / leap book includes:*; Guide to babys behavior at the age of 46 weeks (start fussy period at 40–44 weeks) *; An explanation of the markers for cranky, clingy, crying (the three Cs) behavior and how to deal with them*; A description from your babys perspective of the world around him and how you can understand the changes hes going through*; Fun games and gentle activities you can do with your childThis chapter / leap book offers you:*; Support in times of trouble (46 weeks) (fussy period start at 40–44 weeks)*; Self-confidence*; Help in understanding your baby*; Hints on how to help your baby play and learn*; A unique account of your babys developmentFor more detailed information about contents and the research behind the book, please visit
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