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You Forgot to Mention - Tips for Parents by Parents - cover

You Forgot to Mention - Tips for Parents by Parents

Tiffany Parker

Publisher: Brown Books Publishing Group

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Summary

Prepare for the unexpected! This book is a fun and essential tool for new and expecting parents who need tips and tricks on all things baby.  
 
Covering every aspect of pregnancy and newborns, You Forgot to Mention gives advice on topics family and friends may “forget to mention” to expecting parents. From projectile vomiting to uterine massages to nipple creams, readers can count on this book to live up to its title. Advice on baby clothing, stimulating labor, and C-sections will have readers taking notes, and laughing as they do, as they prepare for their new baby to come home.
Available since: 06/14/2022.
Print length: 120 pages.

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