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Just had a baby? Relax, lie down and breathe a sigh of relief. The Mother of All Baby Books has arrived! From the author of The Mother of All Pregnancy Books, comes the guide that all new parents have been waiting for, whether they know it or not. The Mother of All Baby Books is the instruction manual that Mother Nature forgot to include with your new bundle of joy. Packed with important advice and insider tips to coping with the joys and challenges of caring for your new baby, this comprehensive, refreshing guide is an excellent resource for first time or even experienced moms and dads.
A great Canadian resource with tonnes of wonderful information for the new parent.Published 11 months ago by JPiv
Tons of concise information about babies. Goes from newborn stage and up. Easy to read and follow. I have used this book many many times to refer to.Published 14 months ago by jkergen
I bought this book after I had my baby, and I wish I would have found it sooner. It answered so many questions I had about pregnancy. Read morePublished on April 17 2013 by Michaela
This book was pretty biased. If you already know you're going to breastfeed 24/7, and let your baby make all the decisions for your household, then this book's for you.Published on April 14 2013 by Nadine
It was what I expected after hearing so many good things about it from friends. I would recommend this to others.Published on Feb. 6 2013 by shannon esau
This is a GREAT book and I highly recommend it. I don't usually write reviews of the stuff I buy, but I had to let everyone know how awesome this book is. Read morePublished on Nov. 26 2012 by Jeane S Bas
The other books are great, but this one has Canadian specific information which does make a difference! Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2012 by Lno
i loved reading every page of this 600 page book!!! barely could stop myself from reading. all in all... Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2012 by Peggy Volmer
As a soon-to-be father and Canadian, I had heard many good things about this book. Unfortunately, when I started reading it, I realized that it is not a parenting book, but a... Read morePublished on Nov. 27 2011 by John A.