15 Books Every Pregnant Mother Should Read

I’m guessing that if you’re googling books to read, the initial excitement has taken a back seat to some pre-baby jitters. This is totally normal and happens to everyone.

You are growing life inside you, a life that will soon be blowing raspberries and crawling into all the crevices you don’t want them to.

A life that will transform yours. And you want to do everything you can to give them the best life you can. That right there shows you’re already doing everything right.

The book of course outlines what foods to eat and why. It also gives great tips for natural remedies to common pregnancy pains such as morning sickness and acid reflux.

The Mama Natural

If like me you’re looking for a book that will tell you exactly what to expect each month, this is the tried and true choice. And here’s the best news.

What To Expect When You’re Expecting

It has some follow-ups: What to Expect the First Year, What To Expect the Second Year, and What To Expect the Toddler Years. There is also an up to date website with a handy week by week calendar as well.

This book is filled with lots of practical advice ranging from the mind-body connection to medication-free strategies for reducing the pain of labor.

Ina May’s Guide To Childbirth

To be honest with you, I’m jealous because this wasn’t published when I was pregnant. It gives answers to your soon-to-be pressing questions: When is it ok to introduce a bottle?

The Bottom Line for Baby

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