book reviews

ina may gaskin's guide to childbirth review

I first heard about Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth from a friend at church. We were on a break between worship sets and she talked about the book for nearly a half an hour.  Her description of the author made me so intrigued that I knew it was going on my must read list.

ina may gaskin's guide to childbirth review

precious little sleep book review

There are so many different methods out there to sleep train your baby, it can be confusing to figure out what will work best. Every baby is different so what works for one baby might not work for another. That’s what Alexis Dubief aims to help with in her book Precious Little Sleep.

precious little sleep book review

what to expect: the first year book review

I, along with most pregnant women in America, read What to Expect When You’re Expecting while I was gestating my little one. I do have some thoughts on that book and will write about it another time, but this is about a book by the same authors called What to Expect: The First Year.

what to expect: the first year book review

bringing up bebé book review

I ended up reading Pamela Druckerman’s Brining up Bebé at the perfect time.  I was in the thick of my first trimester, down ten pounds and googling every little symptom with the word pregnancy or first trimester after, not to mention all of the pregnancy blogs and forums I was following.

bringing up bebé book review