I recently discovered that I am pregnant with my third child, so I thought a post centered on prenatal books would be within the guidelines of a book blog. With my previous two pregnancies, I exhausted the supply of pregnancy-centered and baby-centered literature at my local library each time, but with this one I'm wishing I did not have to turn these books in as I keep checking out and renewing the same titles over and over (until the librarian tells me not to).
My first pregnancy was near-perfect, but my second ended in a 32-week preemie, so I am anxious to prevent another premature birth. In addition, I never got rid of the baby weight from my previous pregnancies, so I have some extra weight I have to take into account regarding the health of my fetus and my own body. Hubby was nice enough to order me the one book I could find on preventing premature births, Every Pregnant Woman's Guide to Preventing Premature Birth by Barbara Luke. But, as a good bookworm, that's not all I want!
*I can only accept print books for review, no e-books please!*
I am 29 years old and wife and mother of three girls. Abigail is 4 years old, Shiloh is 2 year old, and Marly is 3 months. I do occasional volunteer work when I am not fulfilling my duties as a stay-at-home mom. I like to read, write, cross-stitch, cook, watch movies, and spend time with my husband, Edward. I am from Louisiana in the U.S.A. and I currently reside in Alberta, Canada.