Once you find out you are pregnant, or even when you begin trying to conceive, most likely you want to read up on as much baby information as you can. But where do you start? Below you will find many helpful resources in the form of books, magazines, and websites.
This book is a classic, and a must read for all new parents. It’s also a helpful refresher to skim through if you are on your second pregnancy. This book is filled with helpful tips, hints, and answers to a wide range of questions. The first chapters have helpful information about conceiving and other pre-pregnancy tips, then the book continues with month by month help. In addition, you will find chapters on labor and delivery and postpartum care.
This book provides you with weekly updates and changes on how your baby is doing, including illustrations and developmental milestones.
This book is a must-have to help with the daunting question of what do you really need for your baby and how to get it at a reasonable price. This book is filled with helpful websites, reviews, safety tips, and product comparisons.
This book lives up to its title with so many names, it’s hard to imagine not finding one you like. There are over 300 lists of shared similarities, included detailed popularity lists by the decade and year. Each name listing includes the country of origin, the name meaning, and common nicknames.
This baby name book provides information not included in most baby books such as the name’s current popularity, popularity peak (number and year), a popularity graph, and suggestions of similar names for siblings. This book does not include the meaning of each name.
This magazine is FREE and filled with helpful baby advice and information.
This is another great magazine that contains helpful articles during pregnancy and the early months with your baby.
A great magazine with tools and resources for a healthy pregnancy.
Here are five websites filled with all sorts of helpful pregnancy information. You can find tips and advice for all of your concerns, answers to any complications you might have, guides on how your baby is growing, planning lists, community chat boards, and so much more. Remember, you can also find safe sleep information at Halosleep.com – just click on our “safe sleep” tab.