Paediatric Reflux

Infant Reflux eBook – 100 Tips To Keep You Sane – For Parents and Carers

8 February, 2014

2 years ago, my Husband told me during a very dark difficult day that I could one day write a book on everything I have learnt about coping with infant reflux.  I think I laughed through tears.  It was his way of telling me that even though I thought I wasn’t coping and doing my best, he thought I was.

 

Until recently, this eBook was possibly just a pipe dream.  It took a conversation with a very motivating lady to convince me to stop waiting for my dreams to find me, instead I needed to just go and grab them.  I could do it.  So I did.

 

Amongst a couple of other projects I have started just lately, I decided I wanted a book on coping with infant reflux to be my eBook debut.  I was like a mad woman, writing myself notes down all day as I thought of tips, tapping them into the computer until very late at night.

 

My best writing days were always the ones directly after I had dealt with Darcy’s reflux all night.  It was when I had the most fire in my belly to share my experiences and ideas.

 

So here we are.  At 9.30pm on the 8th of February 2014.  My first eBook, on a subject I am so passionate about is up and available to anyone with a baby suffering from this horrible condition.

 

I was going to wait until my Dad’s birthday next week to publish, as he suffered from reflux all of his life, until he died from oesophageal cancer in 2004.  But I just cannot wait.  (So I am sorry Dad, but this is absolutely in your honour, as even though my two refluxers never met you, they suffer from the same dry wit you and I have.)

 

So for just $2.99, you can grab yourself (or someone you care for) this eBook.

 

I have included a contact form on this post just incase you would like to contact me about infant reflux, I am no expert, just a parent that understands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Kirsten McCulloch9 February, 2014 at 3:52 pm

    Hi Gayel, I just surfed in from somewhere or other, and just wanted to congratulate you on your book. I don’t have any babies anymore (though I still think of them all that way a bit!), but my first suffered from undiagnosed “silent reflux”, which I only realised when my second had it diagnosed. It wasn’t too bad, once I learned out to manage it, but for a few weeks there she would scream for an hour or so after every feed before falling into an exhausted sleep, which was pretty awful. It was manageable, so I know it could have been worse, but I think you have done a great thing, to write your book and share your experience. There is sooo much that’s hard about having a newborn, without having something like this on top of it. I’ll be sharing on twitter.
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    • Mrs MMM9 February, 2014 at 4:56 pm

      Thank you so much Kirsten 🙂 I have wanted to write something simple like this for so long. I understand how hard it is to just read anything at times when you have an unsettled baby so my main aim was to make the book just tips, even though I wanted to write so much more. Thanks for the share too. Much appreciated 🙂

  • Kirsten McCulloch9 February, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    BTW, there are two comment forms on this page. I wasn’t sure which one to use, but I choose this one, cause my name etc came up automatically when I typed the first letter in this form, and not the other one. Hope that’s okay.
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