BabyCues is a revolutionary parenting book. It delivers original, proven findings and practical know-how that helps to achieve natural digestive balance for newborns throughout their first six months - reducing, if not eliminating, the abnormal behaviours of colic, reflux, lactose overload, dairy overload and inconsolable crying.
Nurturing families through myths, conundrums, remedies and biological facts, BabyCues unveils - for the first time ever - the likely, positive brain developments that occur when newborns display Six-Wind-Cues.
This simple read, and candid guide, helps cultivate a choice of care based on common sense and dependable ‘life-logical’ solutions. These reacquaint us with the fact - there is a manual for all babies. We call it biology: Mother Nature calls it life.
About the Author:
Philippa is a mother, a specialist practitioner in newborn digestion and a leading Postnatal Educator both in her private practice in New Zealand, and internationally. Through years of hands on research she has discovered an innate newborn language that is greatly connected to a baby’s digestive function - when learnt, this offers a responsive, exquisitely intimate exchange of knowing between baby and carer. Marrying her unprecedented findings with how a newborn’s digestion functions, Philippa has uncovered the causes for colic and reflux and now offers parents natural, ground breaking solutions in early childhood health and education. She is also the founder of a new non-profit organisation, The Pudding Club – Crafting postnatal education in the antenatal stages for the prevention on these behaviours and facilitating the New Zealand Ministry of Health policy ‘Better, Sooner, More Convenient Health Care in the Community’.
Philippa is currently a member of the Public Health Association New Zealand, and the Infant Mental Health Association of New Zealand. With a focus on attachment parenting, she is also an Attachment Parenting Professional Associate of Attachment Parenting International (API).
As an author, Philippa has published many articles in her specialty field including a paper with Lincoln University on her research about the ‘Colic and reflux situation in New Zealand 2012’ published by the Academic Journal of Nursing and Midwifery. In 2016 she began writing for The Natural Parent Magazine on a regular basis and has had articles published in New Idea Magazine, OHBaby, Family Health Diary, Family Times, Space, Good, Little Treasures and more.