Are there any children who do eat? How it all starts Your child knows what he or she needs What not to do at mealtimes Feeding guides An Experiment that will change your life Breastfeeding without conflict Bottle-feeding without conflict Solid foods: a touchy subject What the health care provider can do Frequently asked questions A bit of history What if we were forced to eat?
Carlos Gonzalez, a father of three, studied medicine at the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona and trained as a paediatrician at the Hospital de Sant Joan de Deu. The founder and president of the Catalan Breastfeeding Association (ACPAM), he currently gives courses on breastfeeding for medical professionals. Since 1996 he has been breastfeeding correspondent for Ser Padres (Being Parents) magazine. He followed the success of My Child Won't Eat, with the bestselling Kiss Me!, published for the first time in English by Pinter & Martin.
"This splendid and easy-to-read book presents a common-sense approach to one of the biggest worries of parenthood. Dr. Gonzalez reminds us that children know a lot more about their nutritional needs than we give them credit for and that the problem is almost always ours, not theirs." Gill Rapley, co-author of Baby-led Weaning: Helping your baby to love good food