Thursday, March 17, 2011

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Two books I am desperado to get my detergent-dried hands on...

I sort of consider myself a Tizzie protege. Her first book, Save our Sleep (baby edition), helped us so much with Sticky Baby. Her methods may be controversial to some, but no one can argue with the fact that our Stickster has pretty much slept from 7pm-7am since he was 3 months old. Booya! All thanks to Tizzie and her kick-ass routines. I preach at the Tizzie alter. Daily. Any baby-rearing problemos I have? I simply tilt my head, arch an eyebrow, put my index finger on my chin and conjure up a visual of the Tizz-ster. An answer always descends from the Tizzie-heavens. Ok, I'm going to shut up now. Needless to say, I can't wait to read her second installment for toddler-hood!

My sister and a tonne of my friends have read this one. I don't know much about it, but seeing I'm a girl, and Sticky Baby is a boy, I figure it won't do me any harm to learn more about boy-kind and all their crazy quirks.

It's a bit ambitious really, this whole 'book reading' notion of mine...Seriously, I have trouble finishing a photo caption in a glossy magazine of late....

Have any of you read these books? Thoughts? Are any of you out there fellow Tizzie Hall Devotees??



3 comments:

Mrs G said...

we have raising girls....HIGHLY RECCOMEND THE BOOK! defo get raising boys xx oh and i'll be purchasing the next tizzy book when G is a toddler....hail to the Tizzy

Anna said...

Mrs G, you must fill me in on Raising Girls! I found Tizzy useful (though we follow a more laid back version) particularly with introducing food. But the book that I have found most useful so far is The Wonder Weeks which let you know their developmental milestones, and you can get an iphone app for it too!

Mama L said...

Wow Anna, thanks for the great heads up with The Wonder Weeks! Will def be looking into that and it's app. Brilliant!

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