I've read a lot of pregnancy books, but none of those. Have fun reading!
Great book selection. Happy reading.SmilesHope
I love the Sears' library. Good choice!
I've not read any of those pregnancy books - I wonder if it is because I was pregnant in 2003/2004 or because I was buying my books in Canada. It's a nice pic.
I haven't read any of those books. I think that's because i was so sick and taking care of two other children. I just didn't have time to read!
Great books!!! Congratulations!!!
Fun stack of books! Congrats!
have fun reading those books.I never read any of those..happy ww.
I couldn't find those when I was pregnant. (My town's library is sooo small.) But I did read the Bradley method, and a really good one about midwifery (the name of it escapes me now.) Enjoy your reading!
i didn't know peggy o'mara had a pregnancy book. cool!might i also suggest Ina May's Guide to Childbirth if you haven't read it yet? it's got some amazing, empowering birth stories in the first half of the book. i LOVED it!
I love the Dr. Sears Library of books! Dr. William Sears was my sister's doctor until she was 6 [he moved] and my family and his use to go to church together. I never heard of him until I was pregnant though. Go Figure! Great books!
Oh I actually have read all those except the Veg one! I was going to recommend Ina May's book, but I see Amy already did. I have some others, let me know if you want more (related to home-birthing).
Yup, you need to catch up on your reading now!
Yeah!!!! Love those books.
I love the top 3! My faves! And Ina May's birth book is pretty good too!
Where is "Baby Wise"???? (TOTALLY KIDDING!!!)Lori
I had to enlarge the picture because I couldn't figure out what the top one was. Excellent choice!
When you're pregnant with your 4th AND you find time to read, let me know how you do it!
Looks like you have a lot of reading to do.
Isn't it funny that we still read these books even after we've had a few kids? lolNell
Hey, I recognize a couple of those! : ) Hopefully you'll have time to read them! Happi
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Oh, I love The Pregnancy Book. I recommend it to all my friends. Not overly "crunchy" but still very reassuring and informational.
I really love that your Bible is on the top. Congratulations and best wishes!
HOW EXCITING!! I'm so thrilled to hear your good news! :) I'm expecting too...so now I have another pregnant mama to keep in touch with - love it, and congrats again!
Congrats again, thanks for stopping by my blog as well.I have heard (haven't read myself) that the girlfriend's guide to pregnancy is a pretty cute/funny book. :) Ya know, might help take your mind of the not so pleasant part you are going through now. :) Have a great Wednesday!
Looks like some good reading!
Congrats! I'm sure you'll be bombarded with comments during your pregnancy like I was. Everyone wanted to know if we were "going for that girl" :)Great books and Happy WW-Brittany
Congrats! Great list. Enjoy! Happy WW
I forgot to say CONGRATS!!!!
Too bad you can't knit and read at the same time. I am so excited about the home birth...can't wait! I need to start planning activities to keep the boys entertained while waiting to hear the little cry!
Yeah, I guess those kinds of books will be dominating your reading list for the next 8 months! How exciting!Jane, Pinks & Blues
I love "The Girlfriend's Guide to Pregnancy." Hysterical and fun to read.
how fun! you're a pro though, you could be righting a book for the rest of us :)
yeah, I'm already losing my first language- writing not righting.
Oooh, and I'll give you my "Complete Organic Pregnancy" book too! Because, I think you need just one more!
Exciting reading for sure! Probably the best read list that I have seen in a while.What a wonderful time for your family. Hope that you are feeling better.
gread reads! you will definitely have to read Ina May Gaskin's books too :) i love, love, LOVE homebirth... so much so that tomorrow is my birthday and we will be spending it at a Support Midwifery march at our capital building!blessings,erika
Good selection... the only one that scares me is the "Having a baby, naturally". I'm a wimp!
I saw this and then had to go find your announcement lol. I've skimmed through Having a Baby, Naturally and would love to own it if number seven ever comes along. I haven't read the others. :)My WW is over here: http://writingmom.bravejournal.com/entry/29908
I never read any of those books after my 1st pregnancy. WIth the second I'd read a certain part if I needed some info. By the 3rd, I had no time to read. Good Luck! Maybe your kids are quieter and more cooperative than mine. LOL! I guess there's LOTS more babywearing in your very near future!
That's a good glimpse of the type of books on my nightstand! I love it! My husband joked with me the other night... "this is our 4th baby... what is it you don't know about yet?!" Ahh... men!! Enjoy your reads... I haven't had a baby naturally - and this little man is a c-section, so you go girl!- Audrey
Total opposite of what someone else I know is doing. Good for you!
I have the Dr. Sears book but haven't seen the others before - they look like great reads! :)
Congrats Stephanie! What wonderful news!
Congrats! I had "Your Vegetarian Pregnancy."Good luck! It was hard for me not to blog about pregnancy and babyhood. Let's face it, we write what we know.
So cute. Yeah!
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