Elizabeth Pantley

How I Shape My Child’s Behaviour

Recently, we’ve been travelling with no Internet access for several days. Finally I managed to reply a mountain of emails — including many enquiries from other Mummies on parenting and babycare. Here’s one to share with you: Do you know of any recommended books on good parenting / shaping a child’s behaviour eg. raising a well-mannered …

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Five Ways to Reduce Your Baby’s Separation Anxiety (Tips from The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution)

Separation anxiety is normal – but it can be a challenging and heartbreaking stage for children, parents and caregivers. One of my favourite authors, Elizabeth Pantley, has just launched her new book: The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution: Gentle Ways to Make Good-bye Easy (from 6 months to 6 years) She is generously sharing a short excerpt from this …

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Winner of Giveaway #2: “No-Cry” Books by Elizabeth Pantley

Thank you very much to all participants of Mummy’s Reviews’ Giveaway #2, which closed on 15 Feb 2010! It has been a hectic month with Lunar New Year celebrations and Vee’s first birthday bash. By the way, many Chinese celebrate their new year over FIFTEEN days and my family did just that. The last day of celebration …

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Giveaway #2: “No-Cry” Books by Elizabeth Pantley

Hope you have enjoyed reading the book review on The No-Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley. The author is generously sponsoring Mummy’s Reviews’ Giveaway #2! You stand to win TWO books of your choice from the “No-Cry” series, a wonderful way to help you in your parenting journey. How to Participate Subscribe to Mummy’s Reviews …

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Book Review: The No-Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley

Many new parents are bothered by their newborn babies’ frequent night awakenings to nurse or crankiness at night. The lack of sleep adversely affects these parents, especially those who are working. Recently, one parent asked in a forum whether it is appropriate to add baby cereal to his newborn’s milk feed to help him sleep …

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