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--Jeffrey Zaslow, New York Times bestselling coauthor of The Last Lecture, Moving On Columnist, The Wall Street Journal.
“What's more precious than love, your children, and time? No Regrets Parenting is a gem of a book. It will help you turn the minutes of the day into the moments of your life.”
--Harvey Karp, MD, creator of the bestselling books and DVDs The Happiest Baby on the Block and The Happiest Toddler on the Block.
“Working parent or stay-at-home mom or dad, Dr. Rotbart’s wise advice and refreshing ideas will make you want to pick up this book again and again.”
- Diane Debrovner, Deputy Editor, Parents magazine
“Whether your children are still in their cribs or applying to college, No Regrets Parenting provides a blueprint for turning mundane, daily routines into memorable and meaningful moments.”
-Marianne Neifert, M.D. (Dr. Mom®), bestselling author of the Dr. Mom books for parents
“A poignant, timely book to remind us to savor parenting our kids – with awesome tips on how to slow the daily chaos, create memorable moments, and luxuriate in the wonder and fun of each age and stage.”
--Stacy DeBroff, “America’s Most Trusted Mom.” Nationally acclaimed parenting authority and bestselling author of The Mom Book, The Mom Book Goes to School, and The Mom Central Organizer; CEO and Founder, MomCentral, the leading one-stop parenting resource on the Internet
“A must read for young parents who are struggling with finding the right balance between career and family.”
-Stephen Berman, MD, F.A.A.P., Past President, American Academy of Pediatrics
“From school to work, home to play, Dr. Rotbart helps famiies find meaning and traditions in the midst of busy lives.
--Dr. Jeffrey J. Cain M.D., President-Elect, American Academy of Family Physicians
“No Regrets Parenting is a wonderfully written handbook for parents living in our complex times. Based on straightforward principles of managing parental time, this book presents a comprehensive, easy-to-follow treasure trove of ideas and strategies to help parents raise happy and successful children.”
--Donald Schiff, M.D., F.A.A.P. Past President of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and author of A Guide to Your Child’s Symptoms
“No Regrets Parenting encourages parents to be mindful of the choices they are making with the precious little time they have to spend with their children before (and after) they fly the coop. It presents an upbeat and refreshing perspective which empowers parents to examine, without guilt, the choices they make about the time spent with their children. The book is neither preachy nor prescriptive, but instead presents a menu of creative strategies for “turning scarce minutes in to special moments.” Dr. Rotbart’s book, a must-read for any parent, will leave your head buzzing with ideas. The short chapters enable you to read a few at a time – in between pajama walks, movie nights, and carpool driving – that will forge a lifelong bond between you and your children.”
--Heather Taussig, PhD, Clinical Psychologist; Director, Fostering Healthy Futures program, Children's Hospital Colorado --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This books gives ideas on how to squeeze out GREAT time in even just a few moments a day.
It is such a relief to not be told HOW to raise kids, but rather how to FIND THE TIME to raise your kids the way you feel is best for them and for you.
Each chapter is filled with great advice written in a way that is unambiguously clear, cleverly humorous and easy to follow.
It's a really marvelous book, with great ideas for parent-child bonding and making memories, and ways to adapt those ideas to suit your busy schedule. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DocBendrix
This book is horrible. I know that's harsh, but really, the entire first part (of three) is a sales pitch for the book and for part 2. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Helpful to have all of these tips and reminders all in one bookPublished 5 months ago by Caroline C.
This is NOT a book about behavior management — it's a great book to help new parents (or old) appreciate and maximize the gift of time with kids before they are grown and gone. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stephan Hokanson
Seemed like a lot of fluff. It was low on substance. It doesn't come close to addressing what I needed it to. Read morePublished 9 months ago by lisasmiles
Great book. Good read for time starved or guilt ridden parents. Practical solutions. Easy to follow and not preachy of lengthyPublished 10 months ago by Niranjana
received item with black mark on side of book and sticker on back that says tulsa city county library. How can this be considered new?Published 20 months ago by GenXmom
I loved it, it gave me idaes fun ideas how to spend and treasure time with my kids makes you think how every little momment , every little touch , every little word counts . Read morePublished 20 months ago by sunny