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What does it take to rear a firstborn child? Renowned psychologist Kevin Leman educates moms and dads on the essentials of parenting and expounds on the traits that characterize firstborn children so new parents know what to expect. He explains how birth order can influence each stage of development - from infancy on into young adulthood. This audiobook will help first-time parents - especially mothers - adjust to their new situation and role while raising a happy, healthy child.

©2004 Kevin Leman (P)2004 Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

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  • 20-02-2019

Witty and Helpful

Absolutely loved it! Definitely will be a constant resource for our family in this season.

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  • Dreamerme
  • 31-05-2017

This book was very encouraging and empowering!

This book was very encouraging and empowering. I would recommend this book to any mom!

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