5 books to ease you through pregnancy and early parenthood

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  1. Your Cherished Baby: Howard Chilton

Dr Howard Clinton explores the approach we take for nurturing our babies, from the moment they enter the world, has a lifelong effect on their wellbeing and happiness. He turns to many a study to prove that the measures we take to hold, feed, play with and settle our babies can be a major factor in their growth, learning development and overall happiness. The take home mantra here is: you can never give a baby too much love.

  1. The Discontented Little Baby Book: Pamela Douglas

Dr Pamela Douglas provides practical and evidence-based strategies for how you and your newborn baby can be more in sync. The information in this book shows a journey that protects your baby’s learning development so they are on their way to reaching their full potential as they grow.

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  1. Up the Duff: Kaz Cooke

Kaz Cooke presents a quirky, unique take on the topic of pregnancy, that includes the birth process and coping when you first get home. There’s no judgement or enforced rules for parents here, only a wise and comical take on life experiences that you will soon be familiar with after childbirth, from the scary parts, to the funny parts, to even your private parts.

  1. Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering: Sarah Buckley

Sarah Buckley is a self-confessed third-wave natural birth advocate, as well as being a doctor and a mother, so she is best placed to offer sound advice and expertise on what to expect from pregnancy and taking care of a child immediately after the birth. Sarah addresses the topic of how a woman and baby might have the most fulfilling birth experience with respect for medical science and the human anatomy.

  1. Born to Breastfeed: Rowena Gray

Rowena Gray Born presents her take on pregnancy right through to childbirth from the baby’s perspective for mothers who want an alternative to the traditional advice guides on the bookshelves. Within this book you will find out about midwifery practices during pregnancy, birth and postnatal care, and discover how you as a mother can respond to your newborn child’s demands and needs for improving its health and your wellbeing.

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