Survival guide for new parents: pregnancy, birth and the first year by Charlie Wilson

£7.99 / $11.95 * 216 pages * September 2012 * paperback ISBN 978-0-9567024-5-6

Part of the royalties are donated to The Ronald McDonald House Charity.

'A significantly positive parenting book' Mum's Baby Magazine

Becoming a parent is exciting and amazing and wonderful. But boy is it an earth-shatteringly huge adjustment! The learning curve can feel daunting, and you have all manner of difficult feelings to cope with - fear, doubt, anxiety. What you need is sound advice that helps you stay sane and smiling through the transition from singleton to confident parent.

This book offers simple, practical information to help mums and dads through pregnancy, childbirth and your baby's first year. To give you a helping hand along the way, you'll find heaps of stories and tips from parents who've been there, done that, got the t-shirt.

Survival Guide for New Parents is a reassuring, friendly, empowering guide. So don't expect a bossy rule book full of do's and don'ts. The only person who knows how to parent your baby is you. And so this book focuses on you, the parent, finding your own way based on your instincts and experiences. The result: a happy, relaxed Mum/Dad, and a happy, relaxed baby.

Part of the royalties from the sale of the book are donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charity, an independent Charity which aims to provide free 'home away from home' accommodation at hospitals across the UK, enabling families to stay close to their child and maintain a degree of normal family life.

OUTSTANDING FEATURES

* a unique book that focuses on the parent, helping them become the mother/father/guardian they want to be;

* provides friendly, gentle, empowering guidance;

* includes many case studies from the real experts - other parents;

* provides balanced information, without do's and don'ts;

* non-judgmental, it aims to help parents be happy and confident, so their baby is happy and confident;

* part of the royalties are donated to charity.

Contents:
Introduction
1. Being the parent you want to be
2. Coping with pregnancy
3. Meeting your baby: the birth
4. Settling into life as a parent
5. Milk feeds and your baby
6. Befriending other parents
7. Weaning: food, glorious food!
8. Sleep is everything
9. Batten down the hatches, baby's on the move
10. Coping with illness
11. Having a life of your own
12. Handling work and childcare, or the lack of either
13. Focusing on your relationship
14. Coping when life doesn't go as planned
15. The end? Not at all! Happy first birthday
Useful resources
Index

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