RAIS­ING A CALM AND CON­TENTED CHILD

In­tro­duce these five sim­ple, sooth­ing el­e­ments into your lit­tle one’s life and watch her set­tle down, re­lax and smile.

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We all want our chil­dren to be happy, and the best way to foster more smiles is to give your lit­tle one ev­ery­thing she needs to feel calm and con­tent. There are five com­po­nents that your baby craves, all of which will help her feel soothed and sat­is­fied, and you’ll find all you need to know about them over the next few pages. In­tro­duce these sim­ple, but es­sen­tial, el­e­ments from the mo­ment your lit­tle one is born, or use them in spades what­ever age she is right now, and watch the dif­fer­ence they make. “Grow a calm, con­tented child, and she will be hap­pier as an adult and be­come the best per­son she can be,” prom­ises par­ent­ing ex­pert and au­thor of The Gen­tle Par­ent­ing Book How to − Raise Calmer, Hap­pier Chil­dren from Birth to Seven, Sarah Ock­well-Smith. “And when she’s happy, you will be, too.”

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