|About the Book|
Your Baby Is Perfect! (But you already knew that.)Naturally, youd like to keep things that way, but coming up with natural solutions for baby’s first year can be a bit overwhelming for a sleep deprived parent. Have no fear. Issues such asMore Your Baby Is Perfect! (But you already knew that.)Naturally, youd like to keep things that way, but coming up with natural solutions for baby’s first year can be a bit overwhelming for a sleep deprived parent. Have no fear. Issues such as breastfeeding, colic, teething, setting up baby’s new room, and finding easy natural remedies when the sniffles come along is as simple as referring to Mother Nature’s Child. Author Diane Kidman gives moms and dads a simple, straightforward look into raising baby naturally, covering everything from safe herbal medicine for baby to homemade baby food recipes.Worried about how to set up a proper green nursery? Concerned about whether or not you should give your baby soy? Losing sleep over a crying baby? Kidman’s solutions are easy to understand and simple to do.What Else You’ll Learn:- How to make homemade diaper salve- What foods promote lactation- Green housecleaning with baby in mind- How to make your own homemade health and beauty products safe for a breastfeeding mom- How to avoid over-the-counter medications when baby has a cold or flu- How to make the healthiest homemade baby food possible using whole and organic ingredients…and even more natural remedies, herbal medicines, and home remedies!Diane Kidman is the author of seven other Amazon bestselling books on herbalism and natural remedies, including the popular “Herbs Gone Wild Series!”What Others are Saying About the Herbs Gone Wild! Series:Love love love! Do I need to say more?...Diane Kidman is obviously a very competent and experienced herbalist.Diane Kidman has a way of writing that is enjoyable to read while you learn.I recommend this to anyone who is interested in a couple of good ideas on how to help yourself herbally without feeling the need to grow out your armpit hair, wear birkenstocks, hug trees, hum kumbya, or change your name to Sunshine Heart Daisy while moving to a commune.