I know expecting mothers have a lot to think about in the time before baby comes. First- time mothers must also deal with the pressures of not knowing what is to come.
While there are many available guidebooks on the market for expectant mothers, I find it’s hard to know whether to buy one and if you do, whether it will be helpful.
The Baby Nurse Bible is a truly helpful, approachable guide to the pregnancy and postpartum periods. Written by Carole Kramer Arsenault, RN, and founder of Boston Baby Nurses, this guide is filled with expert advice from a known professional.
Divided into four sections: Pregnancy, Delivery, Breastfeeding, and Baby’s first month, this guide covers everything you will need to know during this important and exciting time.
It is well written in a fun, question and answer format, making it easy to find the answers you need. Additionally, helpful illustrations and bonus tips fill the pages with even more advice and support.
I also really like that it is written in a conversational tone. I feel that this is more accessible for new mothers who are being bombarded by advice from various sources. Arsenault takes the reader by the hand and guides expectant moms with knowledge and compassion.
(She’s had enough experience in the area so that you can rest assured that she knows what she’s talking about.)
The Baby Nurse Bible retails for $15.95. If you give me a good reason why you should have a copy of this book free of charge, I'll send you one. We have 5 copies to give away so post your thoughts in the Comments Field below today! Thanks.
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