Congratulations! You are having a baby!
Now the reality hits you….what the heck are you doing? If you ever wished that pregnancy and babies came with an instruction manual, look no further.
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Our authors, Ari Brown, MD, Denise Fields, and Michele Hakakha, MD, have delivered thousands of babies, held children’s (and parents’) hands from birth to college, and helped moms and dads successfully navigate the world of baby products. We share over twenty years of experience in exam rooms, delivery suites, the baby product industry and most importantly, at home, as moms who live in the real world.
In print since 2003, our books and our authors have been featured on Oprah, Today Show, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Rachael Ray Show, CNN, Wall Street Journal, Parents Magazine, and WebMD.
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You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers. From fevers to funky rashes, kids do a remarkable job of keeping parents up at night. Come on over to baby411.com to see our visual library (aka “Rash-o-Rama”). We’ll help you decide if those red spots are something worrisome or if it can wait until the morning. We also have additional bonus material and essential resources for solid, accurate health and parenting advice.
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