A new book, published by DK Books, has been written to assist parents with babies in understanding what the child, whether it be their firstborn or subsequent children, is trying to communicate.
Megan Faure, an occupational therapist, is the author of “The Babysense Secret.” She explains how she came to write the book.
Faure herself is a mother of three. Of course every child is different and every birth circumstance is different. Some levels of development can be measured scientifically, but others cannot. She says it helps to go back to the womb, figuratively speaking, that is.
Filled with pictures, charts, and page after page of little nuggets of information, “The Babysense Secret” covers how to meet the needs of several infant personality types, including the “social butterfly,” the “settled baby,” the “slow-to-warm-up baby,” and the “sensitive baby.”
We will hear more from Megan Faure about this topic, as she will be on the Wednesday, March 9th edition of Public Pulse.