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The Happiest Baby on the Block: The New Way to Calm Crying and Help Your… (2002)

af Harvey Karp

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Dr. Harvey Karp demonstrates what he calls the five S's, techniques for calming crying newborn babies. The techniques used independently or together help simulate the conditions in the womb. They are swaddling, side or stomach position, shushing, swinging, and sucking.

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Modern classic book on helping newborns to cry less.

The book is a classic because his methods work. I had been previously taught the 5 S method (swaddle, shush, side/stomach, swing/shake, suck) so those sections were not particularly helpful, but I did appreciate a number of asides on topics like ear infections and teeth coming in. I also appreciated the section on how the 5 S's apply to sleep, complete with recommendations for timelines for weaning. I took specific notes in the comments on my instance of the work.

N.B.: I'm not sure what the second edition adds beyond a lot of thinly-veiled advertising copy for a "smart sleeper" that "automatically adjusts to your baby's sleep needs" (the only one on the market appears to be sold by the same folks who wrote the book). If the chapter on sleep was added to sell that machine, the second edition is still worth seeking out because the chapter is worthwhile. But if the first edition also has that chapter, I'd recommending seeking out the first edition; the second edition's self-serving regular admonitions to consider such a machine sat very poorly with me. ( )
  pammab | Oct 9, 2019 |
The chapters are a little long for what they are, but the advice is useful and has on many occasions worked for Isaac. I also appreciate that Karp doesn't say I will screw up my kid if I don't follow his advice, which is what bugs me about both babywise and attachment parenting methods. And Karp's advice can be used with a variety of parenting techniques, which is helpful, too. ( )
  barrettlucero | Aug 23, 2019 |
Soon to be moms and dads, this book is a must read! My dear friend sent me a copy while I was pregnant with Talal and it really gave me a new perspective on newborns and what their needs are! Did you know that our babies go through a fourth trimester after birth? Dr. Harvey Karp shares a lot of tips and information on how to soothe and comfort your baby. A must read for parents and parents to be! ( )
  Yasminb | Jun 19, 2019 |
I definitely feel more confident and prepared to calm our baby when he cries and fusses. I appreciate the assessment of how/where colic comes from, analyzing all of the various explanations for colic and why the five S’s is a sound method of approach. Now to actually test it out and see how accurate it really is! ( )
1 stem kristilabrie | Mar 27, 2019 |
3 stars because it worked, not for the literary merits. ( )
  sirk.bronstad | Feb 16, 2017 |
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