25 Things Every New Mother Should Know
Martha and Bill Sears thhrow a life preserver to the new mom. A La Leche leader and a peditrician, respectively, and authors of numerous books on baby care, the Sears have distilled the wisdom they've gleaned over the years into a small, clear-headed volume of advice. This back-to-basics guide covers such matters as feeding methods, sleeping arrangements, crying, father's role, and more.
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