Last week I launched my very first book! It’s titled: When Baby Becomes Big Sibling, it’s all about thriving through the transitions that come when adding a new baby to your family. Especially for families with a young toddler who is about to be “upgraded” to big sibling for the first time!
In the next few weeks there are several bloggers that will be doing reviews of the book and sharing them on their own blogs. Kathryn from Singing Through the Rain had one go up today, and I’ll update this post as there are more!
I did want to share a few quotes from the book itself. Please feel free to share these quotes on your social media profiles if you like them, to raise awareness for the book! I had so much fun writing the book, and I hope that every one has an equally fun time reading it!
Our second child was expected, but it seemed like just after I got pregnant, so many worries and fears immediately came up in my mind. In my book, I share many of them to encourage other mamas who may be feeling something similar.
Another Amazon review:
Section One: Preparing You
Chapter 1 – Pregnancy – “This Is Definitely Harder Than I Remember”
Chapter 2 – But I Can Barely Keep Up With One!
Chapter 3 – Stealing The Baby Years
Chapter 4 – What If I Don’t Love This One As Much As I Love My First?
Chapter 5 – Am I A Good Enough Mom To Handle Another?
Chapter 6 – It’s Not Baby’s Fault
Section Two: Preparing Your Toddler
Chapter 7 – Books For The Big Kid
Chapter 8 – The Baby Doll: They’re Not Just For Girls
Chapter 9 – To Gift Or Not To Gift
Chapter 10 – What To Give
Section Three: Transitioning With
Chapter 11 – Who Goes First: Balancing Mealtimes, Car Trips and Hugs
Chapter 12 – Regression: Not Again!
Chapter 13 – Being Consistent
Chapter 14 – Attention
Chapter 15 – We Don’t Hit Baby: Tips For Redirection
Chapter 16 – Too. Much. Help.
Chapter 17 – Ways Big Siblings Can Help
Chapter 18 –What’s It Really Like?
This book would also make a great baby shower gift for any mama who is about to have another baby!
Do you want this book for yourself? Or for a friend?
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