365 Things Every New Mom Should Know

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Harvest House Publishers, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 267 pages
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365 Things Every New Mom Should Know is a whole new approach to that busy first year of motherhood. It combines prayerful, playful, and above all practical information with thoughtful devotions to energize new moms seeking to treasure every moment of a baby’s first year.

The book begins each week with a brief devotional and prayer followed by daily tips and activities that foster a baby’s physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual growth. Among the daily topics:

  • beginning steps to godly character development
  • capturing and recording memories
  • sleep problems and how to solve them
  • mother/infant exercise and baby massage
  • finding moments for mom—time management tips

Designed for ease of use, 365 Things Every Mom Should Know will inspire any new mom—whether it’s her first baby, or, in the case of the author, her fourth! A great gift for anyone who wants to lay a foundation that will last a lifetime.

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Very easy to read and understand

User Review  - Nicole918 - Christianbook.com

I'm really impressed by this book! It's very easy to read and really turned out to be more than I expectedit to be. Great devotional, very applicable information, ideal layout! Read full review

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User Review  - Sneezybee23 - LibraryThing

Infant massage, the baby blues, husbands, pacifiers, lack of sleep, etc... As a new mom, it's easy to be overwhelmed by the so-called “new normal.” Still, a universal desire of new mothers is to love ... Read full review


Mother to Mother
Loving Your Husband Talking with God Motherhood
The Third Three Months A Bundle of Baby Babbling

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Linda Danis has a degree in marketing and spent five years in hotel management before staying at home to run a hotel of a different sort?guests ages 3, 6, 9, and 11. Linda has written Sunday school curricula, started a co?op preschool, and leads a Moms in Touch prayer ministry at her children's school. She lives with her husband, Dave, and children in California.

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