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And I LOVED Secrets of The Baby Whispere when she was a newborn. I'll probably be brushing up on this book again before this baby comes. Dr Sears has some good books also.
For the most part though, I don't read many parenting and pregnancy books and try to take it day by day and just get to know my baby, but sometimes it's nice to have a reference book if you want to check something quickly.
ETA: I bought WTEWYE, WTE The First Year and WTE The Second Year at a thrift store for really cheap and had them as references at home, especially the last two. It's nice when you run into something like teething or fevers or whatever else for the first time. I really liked to look up all the milestones and see how she was deloping compared to most babies of the same age. I probably wouldn't have paid full price for all 3, but a few bucks each was worth it.
Thank you Jaydinsmum for my amazing siggy!
Last edited by LisaBrown; February 4th, 2012 at 03:48 AM.