I recommend 'Sita' by Devdutt Patnaik. Balaji Tambe, the author is an Ayurvedic Doctor. This book eases the art of breastfeeding and teaches the new mother how to overcome challenges that might come her way while she is breastfeeding. It details what you will have to do during fatherhood and gives you a range of advice. Preggatinis: Mixology For The Mom-To-Be Not having much to do with pregnancy itself, Preggatinis: Mixology For The Mom-To-Be is a neat book for pregnant moms. With all the oh-so-serious pregnancy books out there, it's nice to have a good laugh about the whole thing every once in a while.
My wife and I are hungry to get our hands on any information we can. Pregnancy can really be a roller coaster ride! Parenting and discipline techniques that are commonly used — time out, punishments, rewards, and praise — are all conditional. Sophie la giraffe Baby Record Book Sophie the Giraffe is a popular teething toy for babies and looks like they also have a matching baby record book. You will learn about your baby's soft spots and how long you have to worry about them. At every step you are asking yourself should you be doing this or not, right down to what you should be eating, how much you should be sleeping or even what you should be wearing. It also covers the topics of toxic chemical exposure we face in day-to-day life and the risks associated with it.
Yes, holistic ways to have a great pregnancy, giving you natural tips and tricks as you progress in the journey. All the exercises mentioned in the book are broken down by trimester, making it easy for you to make the adjustments required to accommodate your ever changing body. The author tells you about her pregnancy experiences in a funny way making it an easy read. When you are about to become parents you find yourself making decisions at every step. Honestly, this is sort of hard to swallow at first, because so many of us were bought up with punishments and rewards, but Kohn lays out the literature and studies that clearly show conditional parenting is damaging to children.
Priced at Rs 600, it is expensive but really worth it. This is my first pregnancy, so I voraciously consume any information about pregnancy and babies that I can get my hands on. It is a great way to laugh a little or a lot after reading so many other medical books. Bonus: Mommy-focused fitness and meal plans are featured, so that you can feel your best while pregnant and bounce back better after baby arrives. She discusses that program through anecdotes about her class and parents she has worked with. I think most moms could relate to these books! The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding Whether or not to breastfeed is a decision all moms need to make, and The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding aims to be a guide to everything you need to know about the topic. It covers various related topics like exercises, healthy recipes, sitting postures, stretch marks and eating right — all from an Indian point of view.
This passion is evident in the book as well as it covers all topics from preconception to pregnancy to childbirth to newborn care. We get to decide things for our families and our children. There are many incidents in the book which one can really relate to. If I were to get pregnant again, I would read it again and I would be much more serious about actually practicing the exercises and meditations. You will be encouraged to write down information about baby movements, morning sickness, cravings and more.
You will get pregnancy tips and a great deal of well-rounded information from this book which is why it is excellent for first time moms. Babies who learn sign language are able to start communicating their needs and wants at a younger age. The anticipation for the baby to come into the world is building up as your pregnancy nears to an end. Breastfeeding issues are one of the most popular questions on the Ask the Chicks forum, so going in armed with some knowledge is never a bad thing and can really help with a 2am crisis moment. The tones, voices and sounds that the baby hears during development can provide the foundation for learning new sounds and words after she is born. Addressing most issues faced by couples failing to conceive, the book could be a good resource. If you are already a mommy and you found other great resources, please share them in the comments with us! A good book for those struggling with infertility issues, it talks about holistic and natural ways a woman can get pregnant.
With a more casual vibe, this book feels like chatting with a post-baby best friend, while also offering up handy birth plan checklists, a kick count tracker and tips for working your maternity wardrobe. I love that the author is a numbers freak. Well, if you run a pregnancy website for a while, you really get to see how fear based this industry is and many of the magazine headlines and website teasers are crafted to get your attention and often scare the shit out of you. When you start to take your pregnancy too seriously, this is one of the funny pregnancy books sure to offer comic relief. Using herbal mixes, visualization, breathing exercises, Vedic chants Garbh Sanskar helps a woman connect with her baby and have a holistic, spiritual pregnancy. For unfathomable reasons, they prefer you go under the knife.
Whether you pick this one up when you are trying to conceive or when you are in your third trimester it is filled with useful advice. This edition for 2015 brings you all the most up-to-date information of both pregnancy care and newborn care. What supplies will I need? They take their subject very seriously but are also capable of laughing at themselves and at this insane ride we call parenting. It also includes , which is something a lot of moms are doing these days. Clearly written and cleanly organized, it has separate chapters for pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the newborn baby, with separate areas for complications and special considerations and decisions a parent might face. Make sure your game is on point with this pregnancy book helping labor partners master how to be the best birthing companion they can be.