your bad baby habits

Wood, Stephanie
August 2004
Parenting;Aug2004, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p128
Focuses on the bad habits practiced by mothers in raising their babies. Use of rocking motions to put babies to sleep; Utilization of food for soothing; Maintenance of an overly quiet atmosphere at all times.


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