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Whether we're looking for sources for stylish maternity clothes or trying to figure out which foods to avoid when pregnant , we often turn to expecting moms when it comes to navigating pregnancy and the early stages of motherhood. After all, who better to provide insight into everything from shopping for bump-friendly outfits to filling a grocery cart with nutrient-rich foods than women who are experiencing it all firsthand? To gain some much-needed advice for stocking our shelves with insightful reads, we asked nine expecting moms to weigh in on the best pregnancy books of all time. The talented woman behind the Valleybrink Road , a Los Angeles—based floral design and luxury gifting company, Barrett Prendergast knows a thing or two about being a mom with a young son and another baby on the way. It is not just one way or the highway, which I really appreciate. She makes you feel confident about your journey and the choices you are making," says Prendergast. Something would be going on or he would be fussing for no reason, and I would turn to the book.
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Are you picking up any books to read during your pregnancy? We asked Babylist parents which pregnancy books they would recommend to other families, and here are the seven most recommended books including a breastfeeding primer! Written by doula Erica Chidi Cohen, Nurture walks you through the months of your pregnancy and the early postpartum phase in a comforting but not condescending way. Cohen includes recipes and exercises physical and spiritual for each month to keep you going. A nice balance of hippie and brass tacks advice, this book is a welcome new addition to pregnancy lit. Many Babylist parents counted on this Mayo Clinic book because it was such a reliable source for guiding you through the first , second and third trimesters of pregnancy. Authoritative, accurate information about your pregnancy from a reputable source, and it includes a week pregnancy calendar and a symptoms guide.