From the Back Cover
Dr. Greene bridges the gap between pregnancy and baby's first year by introducing you to your baby long before your little one arrives in your arms
"I think my late husband, Dr. Spock, would be proud of Dr. Greene's work and his contribution to parenting. And especially he would honor Dr. Greene's relationships with his readers both online and in print."
--Mary Morgan, founder, Dr. Spock Company, and coproducer of Baby and Child Care by Dr. Spock
"This book should be in the hands of all parents. Dr. Greene, a practicing pediatrician, provides lucid, helpful information which answers the questions parents have about their new babies. I am delighted with the contributions Dr. Greene is making to the education of parents."
--Julius B. Richmond, M.D., John D. MacArthur Professor of Health Policy Emeritus, Harvard Medical School and former U.S. Surgeon-General
"From First Kicks to First Steps is the "operating manual" that parents have been waiting for, with authoritative, easy, and practical advice for all parents and parents-to-be."
--Linda Neuhauser, DrPH, Clinical Professor of Community Health and Human Development, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
"I wish I could write a prescription for this book for each new parent!"
--Donnica L. Moore, M.D., president, DrDonnica.com and president, Sapphire Women's Health Group
Already a trusted source of advice for millions of parents through his popular childcare website, Dr. Greene answers all your questions from your pregnancy through your baby's first birthday, including:
- Does a fetus dream? Yes, as early as 26 weeks after conception.
- How can I get my child to like vegetables? You can start teaching your child to enjoy vegetables with what you eat during pregnancy and while breastfeeding!
- How soon can I get my baby to sleep through the night? You can start to get your baby accustomed to nighttime sleep while still in the womb.
About the Author
Alan Greene, M.D., is a pediatrician at the Children's Hospital at Stanford University and the creator of the popular website, DrGreene.com, for which Intel honored him as "The Children's Health Hero of the Internet." His work is regularly featured in national print and he has appeared on national television. He lives in Northern California and has four children of his own.