25 Things Every New Mother Should Know

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Harvard Common Press, Mar 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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Becoming a new mother is a time of joy, hope, and sometimes a little uncertainty. In this timeless, warm, and heartfelt book, America's most trusted childcare experts help brand-new moms meet the challenges and changes of motherhood. Not a traditional baby-care book, this is about the process of becoming a mother and what that means. Above all, it encourages new mothers to trust their instincts and offers advice on how to bring out the best in their babies. and themselves. The irresistibly charming illustrations by renowned artist Coco Masuda add even more warmth and appeal to the Sears's comforting narrative.
 

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Contents

Your baby needs your help when she cries
43
Your baby needs you close by night
56
Things will never be normal again
72
You can get the babys father involved
82
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Martha and William Sears are the world-renowned authors of the best-selling Sears Parenting Library (Little, Brown), which covers pregnancy through early childhood. They live in the San Diego area.

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