Title Thumbnail

100 Things I Wish I Knew in My Baby's First Year, 2nd Edition

Randy Dean Lorri Gorno

176 pages
Paragon House

"In these confusing days of competing ideas, any book on parenting espousing common sense is worthy of public consumption. 100 Things I Wish I Knew in My Baby's First Year is one of those books. Clear, concise, and rich with ideas." --Gary Ezzo, Author of On Becoming Babywise

100 Things I Wish I Knew in My Baby's First Year is an easy to read parenting resource that addresses key challenges and questions that new parents will face in their baby's first year. The information included in the book is based on the most frequently expressed concerns of new parents, extensive research, and personal experience. Arranged into 100 stand-alone topics that are easy to read, this book is perfect for time-constrained new parents or parents-to-be.

Thoroughly researched and endorsed by leading child care experts, this book includes a large amount of information condensed into a short, easy-to-read format; real world advice that is thoroughly researched; with a parent-to-parent perspective that new parents will appreciate.

Randy Dean and Lorri Gorno are the parents of five children.

Author Bio
Randy Dean has sixteen years of sales and marketing experience with a variety of firms and products. Randy has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and an MBA focusing on marketing from the University of Michigan. He is the father of three children and lives in Columbus, Ohio.
Lorri Gorno has thirteen years experience in healthcare working as legal counsel. She holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a Juris Doctorate. She is the author of Care and Management of Health Care Records and is the mother of three children.