A Simple Guide to Pregnancy & Baby's First Year
Princess Ivana Pignatelli Aragona Cortes and Others
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Winner of 5 parenting awards including: Mom's Choice, National Parenting Publications, SheKnows Parenting Award & Editor's Choice. A positive approach to parenting.
As soon as that plus sign first appears (whether long-awaited or a total surprise!), your life becomes a whirlwind of advice, expectations, and uncertainties.
A Simple Guide to Pregnancy & Baby's First Year is like your best friend who's been there before: this book will make you laugh, while giving you the real answers and seasoned solutions that all new moms are looking for.
Simple steps to better health and happiness for you and baby. Solutions for each trimester, including how to ace the worry factor. Nutrition guidelines that are good for you and your budget. A month-by-month guide to developmental milestones for baby's first year. Quick & Easy tips for breastfeeding, sleep training and going back to work. Much, much more!
Fun, structured and so helpful
All I can say is that pregnancy and the first few months following birth are beautiful but overwhelming to say the least. Information overload and advice flying at you like a hailstorm. This book is superbly simple and so organized. It is like the Apple computer of the baby book world. Simple, intuitive and a joy to experience. Thoroughly recommended.
Great book. So glad to know what to expect with pregnancy and my first year of motherhood. Feel much better knowing I will be able to handle anything that comes my way:)
Unbacked, out-dated information
It's just one woman talking about her personal experience with pregnancy sprinkled with the same general recommendations on pregnancy you can get basically anywhere. I've been doing a lot of research since getting pregnant, and the science available today simply doesn't back most of the information this woman provides. I suggest Expecting Better for more science-based information.
Other than that, it's just one woman's personal opinions and experiences. It's nothing significant or mind-blowing. And when she starts the book off by telling the story of how she became a real-life princess (for real), well - what better way to make your book totally unrelatable?
If you know even one person that has had a baby, no matter when they had it, don't bother buying this book. It won't tell you anything that any person that has ever had a baby couldn't tell you.