Lianne’s Quick Guide: Babies 0-6 months {REVIEW and GIVEAWAY}

Lianne’s Quick Guide: Babies 0-6 months is a small book for “the busy woman” that is jam packed with information that a new Mom will want to know during the first six months of her baby’s life. Although it is called a guide for the busy woman, I also believe that men would be very interested in picking it up and giving it a quick read too!



This small guide (literally small enough to pack in your diaper bag or purse) has 20 small chapters! It covers everything from the first few weeks with your baby to breastfeeding, bottle feeding, sleep, diapers, cramps, bath time, crying, dressing, teething and more!

Although it is written in a Question/Answer format, almost everything you have questions about will be answered! I honestly was surprised about just how much information Lianne can fit into such a small book! She answers 179 questions all in 79 pages!

This little book, along with a few more Guides that are coming soon (Digital Photography and First Aid for Kids) are available on her website for only $7.95 plus $1.25 S&H within Canada and the US.

Lianne, the author of the guide is a mother of 4 kids under the age of 8 years of age. She currently lives near Amsterdam but she has Canadian roots.

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  • Take all advice in stride and dont feel obligated to do what someone told you if it doesnt feel right. We were born with instincts for a reason, follow what you feel is best.

  • Anonymous

    You will forget some milestones, so pictures and notes/keepsake books really aren’t overrated.
    Janette

  • You know best for your baby. Don’t ever doubt yourself!

  • Take all the help, and be specific with how you want them to help you

  • Babies will one day all be toddlers that walk, talk, have a full set of teeth and are potty trained. Don’t get caught up in the ‘my baby did it first’ conversations.

  • Just try your best. Your baby will NOT remember that they cried for an extra 10 minutes because you needed some time and/or your first shower in two weeks. Keep a journal, time flies and you’ll forget all the things that you thought you’d remember (sleep deprivation will do that to a person). Have fun!

  • sleep when you can.

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  • sleep when you can.

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  • Trust your instincts!

  • I liked using the happiest baby on the block CDs and reading the baby sleep solution to sleep train.

    Tam S.

  • My tip is to start putting hats on and doing your little girls hair when they are still little, otherwise they won’t let you do it when they are older.

  • Keep a journal and note funny things or things that make you smile. It’ll make you happy to read later.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Cherish every moment, because time goes by so quickly!

  • Trust your instinct, nine out of ten times you are going to be right, and know what is going on.

  • October 19-‘Lianne’s Quick Guide: Babies 0-6months. This book sound like the present’s answer to our generation’s Dr.Spock. His book was very comforting to read when all else seemed to fail; or, when you, the baby were having an ‘off’ day. Sometimes you need a hug, or someone to say, : “There, there, this too shall pass.” Usually, Grandmothers are good at this. Enjoy your baby.-Elva Roberts