Dr. Harvey Karp, LIVE: A Conversation About Babies, Toddlers...and Sleep

Released 2012


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Dr. Harvey Karp, LIVE: A Conversation About Babies, Toddlers...and Sleep

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Finally, kids do come with instructions! Dr. Harvey Karp's discoveries have made parents cheer all across America! Now, his bestselling DVDs/books, The Happiest Baby on the Block and The Happiest Toddler on the Block, are brought to life in this brand-new DVD captured during Parents Night Out, a one night Live event presented in movie theaters nationwide by Fathom Events. And, that's not all! In this entertaining and informative overview of his work, Dr. Karp also shares many surprising insights and quick solutions from his new book, The Happiest Baby Guide to Great Sleep: Birth to Five, to give quick relief for the #1 complaint of new parents: Exhaustion. Weaving modern science and ancient wisdom, Dr. Karp discusses his landmark discoveries on how to meet your baby's needs, calm colic, reduce tantrums and raise a more patient, cooperative toddler (8 months-5 years). AND, he reveals stunningly simple advice to help your children - and you - get the rest you need to be happy, healthy and the parent you want to be. Expecting moms and dads, parents of infants and toddlers, - even grandparents, nurses and nannies - will want to watch as Dr. Karp discusses the tips and tricks that have made his celebrated books and DVDs among the top parenting guides in history. Combined with demonstrations and a hot-topic Parenting Q&A, this DVD is sure to make you the Happiest Family on your Block! "Even loving parents can feel pushed to the limit by their baby's screams or by toddler explosions," said Dr. Karp. "But some surprisingly simple - but counterintuitive - steps can boost your confidence and give you peace of mind...in just days! You almost feel like you're 'flipping a switch.'" In 2002, Dr. Karp captured national headlines with his breakthrough solution to the 3,000-year-old mystery of why babies cry (and how to calm colic)moreless

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