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Amy Kuebelbeck shares how she and her husband made the decision to forgo extreme measures to save her son Gabriel after learning at five months pregnant he suffered from hypoplastic left heart syndrome and discusses how they prepared for his inevitable death after being born.
Book When the World Was Waiting for You Description/Summary:
The Rabbit family is filled with excitement - because soon a new baby will arrive! And they can't wait to meet it. The nursery has been decorated, toys and gifts have been bought, and finally the big day arrives . . . A touching story about the special bond between parents and their children. Read by Claire Skinner.
Visiting a neonatal intensive care unit can be an overwhelming experience, especially for a young child during sibling visitation. The sibling will see monitoring equipment, breathing machines, intravenous pumps and incubators. They will hear alarms ringing and sometimes babies crying. Preparing children for the NICU environment is crucial so they are not as fearful and can focus on bonding with their new sibling.
Three women. Three pregnancies. A friendship that will last forever. Meet Louise, 38, Toni, 26, and Gemma, 18. They are all expecting babies in September. One of them conceived in a hurry because she was running out of time. One of them fell pregnant to keep a man. One got knocked up by mistake after a one-night-stand. But none of them realised what they would come up against as they face nine long months of pregnancy, and the reactions of friends, family and colleagues. Meeting through an online forum, they form an unlikely but powerful bond. When it seems that all they have is each other, their lives will be thrown into turmoil, as a blast from the past threatens to destroy everything. Funny, sexy and utterly compelling, Babies in Waiting is a heart-warming novel about motherhood, friendship and finding love at the most surprising time in your life.
Book Ma! There's Nothing to Do Here! Description/Summary:
A baby waiting to be born describes the boredom of living in a cramped space where there are no toys and no one else can be "it" during a game of tag, then considers how life will change after it is born.
A brilliant exploration of the natural, medical, psychological, and political facets of fertility When Belle Boggs's "The Art of Waiting" was published in Orion in 2012, it went viral, leading to republication in Harper's Magazine, an interview on NPR's The Diane Rehm Show, and a spot at the intersection of "highbrow" and "brilliant" in New York magazine's "Approval Matrix." In that heartbreaking essay, Boggs eloquently recounts her realization that she might never be able to conceive. She searches the apparently fertile world around her--the emergence of thirteen-year cicadas, the birth of eaglets near her rural home, and an unusual gorilla pregnancy at a local zoo--for signs that she is not alone. Boggs also explores other aspects of fertility and infertility: the way longing for a child plays out in the classic Coen brothers film Raising Arizona; the depiction of childlessness in literature, from Macbeth to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; the financial and legal complications that accompany alternative means of family making; the private and public expressions of iconic writers grappling with motherhood and fertility. She reports, with great empathy, complex stories of couples who adopted domestically and from overseas, LGBT couples considering assisted reproduction and surrogacy, and women and men reflecting on childless or child-free lives. In The Art of Waiting, Boggs deftly distills her time of waiting into an expansive contemplation of fertility, choice, and the many possible roads to making a life and making a family.
A devotional journal inviting women to embrace the spiritualjourney that awaits as they prepare for the high and holy calling of motherhood. Expecting ababy is a time of unfolding wonders—from the jolt of first heartbeat, to thebuds of tiny fingers, to the flutter of little kicks. During pregnancy, amother’s body nourishes this quiet miracle’s development. But through thetrials of morning sickness, the anticipation of labor, and the questions ofwhether she’ll be a good mother, she’ll need her own nourishment—both physicalas well as spiritual. She’ll want to nurture her own heart so that she may oneday strengthen the spiritual life of this child entrusted to her. Waiting in Wonder guides readers through the weeks ofpregnancy with devotions designed to encourage, strengthen, and inspire. Each devotionincludes Scripture and journaling space for writing personal thoughts, prayers,dreams, even love letters to the growing baby. And when baby is born, motherwill hold a lifelong keepsake for rereading and reliving a truly wonder-filledtime of physical change and spiritual growth.
'The thing about having a second baby is it's likely to differ a lot from your first experience. Sarah Ockwell's Smith's guide looks at the challenges you might face along with some practical tips to consider. The book offers a friendly feel that reminds us issues and all, we'll be just fine' Mirror, Best Baby Books for Parents 2020 Having a second baby is a very different experience from having your first, yet there is little recognition of the wide range of issues that need to be considered when bringing a second child into the family. In this incredibly helpful book, Sarah Ockwell-Smith helps parents feel more positive and prepared for life with two children. The book begins with the obvious question: when is the right time to add another member to the family? It then goes on to examine the specific issues that can arise with a second pregnancy and birth; the common concerns about siblings, such as how to prepare your firstborn for what's to come; how to cope with the practicalities of life with two young children (aka actually managing to get anything done!); and the feelings parents are likely to experience, too. The Second Baby Book examines all the questions and issues Sarah herself faced second time around, as well as sharing the experiences of the many parents who have sought her advice. It also highlights what scientific studies reveal about such issues as the spacing of children and the differences between first and second births. Practical, insightful and honest, this book will help you understand the challenges ahead but, more importantly, it will equip you to meet them with knowledge, confidence and a sense of excitement for the future.
Book DEAR 2020 I'm Just Waiting for My Little Princess Description/Summary:
A charmingly illustrated journal that offers moms-to-be a place to document details during the amazing whirlwind of pregnancy. Capture every moment from the first reactions to being pregnant to meeting baby: 41 Weeks is a unique keepsake journal that invites expectant mothers to capture the fleeting and amusing minutiae along with the unforgettable moments. This pregnancy diary covered a variety of topics from dealing with symptoms and cravings, to baby nicknames, maternity clothes, and so much more. - Features classic and quirky prompts that help you capture the fleeting moments, the unforgettable milestones, and all of the amusing details - Includes plenty of space to record week-by-week notes as well as attach photos so you can easily track changes and progress - Divided into three sections for each trimester,41 Weeks includes entertaining illustrations and helpful charts 41 Weeks is a wonderful keepsake journal that will remind you to pause and appreciate all that is happening, while creating a snapshot of your pregnancy that is as unique as you are. It's an easy and fun way to record memories that will be cherished for many years to come-by mom and baby
Can you believe that every one of us started as a tiny egg in our mummy's belly? One tiny cell, not bigger than a speck of dust, will grow into a baby in just nine months time. In this book, we follow this amazing process called pregnancy, and see the miracle of a creation of a new life. This fun and informative way to prepare your child for the arrival of their new baby brother or sister is written by two of today's most popular mum bloggers in the English language world, and co-founders of Babyccino: Courtney Adamo and Esther Van de Paal.
Now with a new afterword! A five star–reviewed, unforgettable story that bestselling author Homer Hickam calls “one of the most eloquent, moving, irresistible true stories” he’s ever read. The Waiting will touch your heart and make you believe in love’s enduring legacy, as well as the power of prayer. In 1928, 16-year-old Minka was on a picnic in the woods when she was assaulted and raped. And suddenly this innocent farm girl—who still thought the stork brought babies—was pregnant. The story that follows has been almost a hundred years in the making. After a lifetime of separation, Minka whispered an impossible prayer for the first time: Lord, I’d like to see Betty Jane before I die. What happened next was a miracle. Written by Cathy LaGrow (Minka’s granddaughter), The Waiting brings three generations of this most unusual family together over the course of a century in a story of faith that triumphs, forgiveness that sets us free, and love that never forgets. (As seen on The Today Show.)