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Thank you, wife, for #breastfeeding our daughter! You're giving the best thing possible to our kid and I am so proud!

Thank you, wife, for #breastfeeding our daughter! You're giving the best thing possible to our kid and I am so proud!

Your Baby, Your Way: Making Pregnancy Decisions and Birth Plans (outdated but still very helpful)

Your Baby, Your Way: Making Pregnancy Decisions and Birth Plans (outdated but still very helpful)

The book as a whole sums up the authors' philosophy: "Bringing up baby isn't a growth process just for him but also for you."

The book as a whole sums up the authors' philosophy: "Bringing up baby isn't a growth process just for him but also for you."

In this insightful, well-researched book, Dr. Marshall reveals what have been called "the best-kept secrets in developmental psychology." ... Inflicting punishment is easy—anyone can strike a child—but healthy discipline practices must be learned.

In this insightful, well-researched book, Dr. Marshall reveals what have been called "the best-kept secrets in developmental psychology." ... Inflicting punishment is easy—anyone can strike a child—but healthy discipline practices must be learned.

Stop School Failure - 1987 - Louise Bates Ames

Stop School Failure - 1987 - Louise Bates Ames

Breastfeeding Your Baby - some outdated info but invaluable for the beautiful pictures

Breastfeeding Your Baby - some outdated info but invaluable for the beautiful pictures

Tine Thevenin is supportive and encouraging to new parents who want to follow their hearts and instincts when carrying for their children. She gives credit to the unique and different parenting styles of men and women and acknowledges that both are needed to raise a healthy, happy individual. More importantly, she tells mothers that they should not have to fight off their "mothering instincts" or follow a guide book to parenting.

Tine Thevenin is supportive and encouraging to new parents who want to follow their hearts and instincts when carrying for their children. She gives credit to the unique and different parenting styles of men and women and acknowledges that both are needed to raise a healthy, happy individual. More importantly, she tells mothers that they should not have to fight off their "mothering instincts" or follow a guide book to parenting.

Reading Scream Free Parenting right now. 'Cause I feel like I've been screaming for five years now :/

Reading Scream Free Parenting right now. 'Cause I feel like I've been screaming for five years now :/

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