When I had my son I had so many mixed emotions, was I going to be a good mom and know what he wanted at all times? Thank God for my mother, she was there for both of the kids and always a hands on grandma. She helped me to learn his different crys, so I knew when something was bothering him.
Nowadays there are so many awesome books out there, and so much help. Like the book EAT, PLAY, SLEEP (Atria Books), this book will help you learn for the first three months, of your baby’s life. All mothers are different, but the three most essential qualities remain the same for everyone: patience, openness, and attentiveness.
Luiza zeroes in on the first three months of a new baby’s life, and gives in-depth guidance on everything from diapering, bathing, and swaddling, to knowing when (and how) to begin establish feeding and sleeping routines. This focus on the first three months makes the book particularly useful for working moms, many of whom will use these limited weeks at home to establish both their bond with their baby, and their routines. The special skills and expertise of a personal baby nurse are a luxury most families can’t obtain – until now.
These skills are some that as a new mom, you want to know and will always worry you’re not doing it right. Even though I had mommy there were times, when I didn’t think I was doing it right. E at, Play, Sleep is like having Luiza in your home, providing instruction and advice when you need it most. It’s the ideal gift for a baby shower, as new moms will love having this breadth and depth of information at their fingertips, presented in a voice that is encouraging, positive, and non-clinical.
The right book for those first time moms and even moms who are expecting again, this will answer all your questions and more.
Would you give this as a gift, for new moms?
You can get your copy here.