The Best Books To Read During Pregnancy And The First Year

What to Expect When You’re Expecting

This book is so classic, it even had a movie made after it. During my pregnancy, it was so exciting to turn to each new month, and read up on what was going on with my body and my growing baby. It ended up sitting on my coffee table as a variable pregnancy encyclopedia, heartburn? Cramps? Sleeplessness? It became comforting to have a book on hand to read up on what I was experiencing.

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Magical Beginnings, Enchanted Lives: A Holistic Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth by Deepak Chopra D. , David Simon M. D. , Vicki Abrams.

The Happiest Baby on the Block: A New Approach to Calm Crying and Promote Longer Sleep for Your Newborn Baby by Harvey Karp, M D.

By Catherine Newman, Waiting for Birdy: A Year of Frantic Tedium, Surprising Grace, and the Wild Magic of Raising a Family

Pregnancy Handbook for Dads-To-Be First Time Dad By Steven Bell

The New Rules of Pregnancy By Adrienne L. What to eat, do, consider, and let go of while your body is growing a baby Simone, MD, Jaqueline Worth, MD, and Danielle Claro.

Dr. Vinita Salvi’s book, The Pregnancy Handbook for Indian Moms: A Doctor’s Answers to All Your Questions

Pregnancy Notes Before, During & After By Rujuta Diwekar

Namita Jain’s The Complete Health Plan For You And Your Baby Fit Pregnancy

By Robin Sharma: Family Advice From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

9 Months A Joyful Journey By Mitali

Parenting Outside the Pink

You Fool, I Am Not Terminally Ill! By Lalita Iyer

Philippa Perry’s The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will Be Glad You Did)

Jenny McCarthy’s book Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth about Pregnancy and Childbirth

Beth Ann Fennelly’s Great with Child: Letters to a Young Mother

By Monika Singh, author of Awakening in the Womb: The Science of Creating Your Unborn’s Subconscious Mind

The Postpartum Guide to Healing Your Body and Balancing Your Emotions: The Fourth Trimester

A Normal Couple’s Extraordinary Pregnancy Journey in BABY ON BOARD by Sonia Sahijwani Saini

What to Expect the 1st Year By Heidi Murkoff

The Ultimate Guide for Dads-to-Be: The Expectant Father by Jennifer Ash, Armin A Brott.

Neil Sinclair’s Commando Dad: How to Be an Elite Parent or Caregiver

Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong—and What You Really Need to Know

A fellow pregnant mom sent me this book after we had a conversation over whether the occasional glass of wine while pregnant was really a bad thing. Economist Emily Oster delves into the data behind many aspects of pregnancy health, from why having a drink isn’t necessarily bad for you, but why gardening may be dangerous. It was so interesting to see the data behind how much airplane travel is rsiky, or how long does the average labor really take. Oster’s main message in the book, is that making good decisions requires two things, the right data, and how it impacts you personally. While after reading it, I still decided to avoid alcohol while pregnant, but I did appreciate having the data to make my own decision.

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