I have been reading alot of pregnancy books the past 7 months, probably because im pregnany... ....but now iv hit the 30week mark and Im getting more curious, concerned, worried, nervous and excited for whats to come after bub is born. I want to start reading some Parenting/ Early Childhood books but would like some recommendations on books.worth buying !
Pregnancy books i loved the most were:
- What to Expect When Your Expecting (i think every mother must have read this at some stage!
- Up The Duff (Kaz Cooke i find funny and can sometimes relate to)
Can anyone recommend some great.parenting/after birth books ?
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13-05-2013 19:05 #1
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13-05-2013 19:39 #2
Depends on your personal philosophy and to a certain extent your child but some I like are 'Playful Parenting' by Lawrence Cohen, 'Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder' by Richard Louv, 'The five love languages of children' by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell, 'Heart to heart parenting' by Robin Grille and anything by Robin Barker.
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13-05-2013 21:59 #3
Keep on with the Kaz Cooke. Kidwrangling is also awesome and it covers early childhood - and beyond.
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13-05-2013 23:05 #4Senior Member
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Anything by Pinky McKay and Robin Barker.
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14-05-2013 10:48 #5
Baby Love - Robin Barker
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17-05-2013 11:55 #6Senior Member
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Hahaha those were my two favourite books with DD and I still pull them out this time around to refresh myself.
As for when bub arrives ...
- Baby love (Robin Barker)- I was given this as a present by friend who was a new mum- it is an awesome reference, no fuss, practical approach to looking after a baby written by experienced midwife
- Kid wrangling (Kaz Cook)
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