An intensive care unit can make getting acquainted more difficult. You have to put forth an extra effort and find unique ways to be a family.
From the Introduction:
This book is for you if you have a baby in an intensive care nursery. You are beginning a new relationship, establishing a very special attachment and getting to know your special newborn.
Baby Talk and Special Beginnings will aid your understanding of your baby's own personal capabilities. It can help you see how your baby works to get to know you. It can help you see how she protects herself when she's had enough excitement, and it can help you get to know each other a little more quickly.
The first section, Baby Talk, will help you understand the signals and needs of an NICU infant. The second section, Special Beginnings, will help you learn how to take care of yourself during this time."
40 pages. 2008
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