HANG IN THERE ‘CAUSE THESE WELL-TESTED STRATEGIES ARE HERE TO HELP.
From Breastfeeding to Meltdowns to Potty Training, Parenthood Finally Comes with Instructions via Pediatrician & School Psychologist Tested Tips!
After 9 months of pregnancy and absorbing those what-to-expect manuals, baby finally arrives. But where’s the instruction manual now for every day uh-ohs?
A brilliant concept from Dr. Gina and Dr. Pat (who admirably raised their own five children!) is a palm-sized deck of cards aptly called Hang in There. They understand what you’re going through, and have developed a range of thoughtful parenting resources, in the form of on-the-go card decks.
The topics found in On-the-Go Parenting Guides for Raising Newborns and Infants include:
The First DAYS of Breastfeeding
Bottle Feeding Your Infant
Your Amazing Newborn: Newborn Development
The First WEEKS of Breastfeeding: Frequently Asked Questions and General Advice
Topics found in other Hang In There collections are:
*Meltdowns & Temper Tantrums
*CPR & Choking from Infants to Teens
*Teen Learning & Organization
*Relaxation (for the anxious child)
*Grief and Loss for Teens
No matter the hour, these portable cards are loaded with well-tested tips, because who has time to read a parenting book during a temper tantrum?
Without having to wait until the pediatrician’s calling hours, these handy card collections cover the most essential information for parents, teachers, coaches and other child care givers. Hang in There presents them as simple key steps, garnered from research and experiences as a pediatrician & a psychologist and as moms.
These pearls of wisdom come from Dr. Patricia Gage, a licensed-school psychologist and Dr. Gina Penaflor, a board-certified pediatrician. Their mission at Hang in There is to help parents become more informed, more mindful of their daily experiences, and more effective in communicating with their children.
THINK OF THESE DECKS AS MOTHER’S LITTLE HELPERS FROM BIRTH TO TEEN YEARS!