iriJoining the mommy world is a little like going to war. It?s foreign and scary, physicallydemanding and unpredictable, and the only people who understand what it?s really like are theones who?ve been through it before. Indeed, who better than to guide you through everythingfrom morning sickness remedies your doctor doesn?t know about to finding the safest, sturdiestcar seat on the market?In The Mom-to-Mom Guide to the Baby Years, you?ll discover:? The ten most important things to bring to the hospital when you?re ready to deliver? Three full-proof tricks for limiting visitors (and their annoying advice) in those first few weeks? The easiest, most effortless way to lose the pregnancy weight ? plus three other weight-lossstrategies that really work? The only convertible car seat we recommend and why? Our top ten list of ?must have? baby products ? and four to avoid at all costs? The three nursing accessories we can?t live without? The two best web sites for baby products? The single best way to get stains out of baby clothes (and everything else)? Fifteen quick and easy recipes for time-crunched moms? Six great ideas for making kids feel special? Time-tested tricks for soothing a colicky baby? The best source for designer baby clothes at great prices (we call it the best-kept secret in babyfashion)? Seven creative ways to preserve memories from the baby years? Our number one favorite first finger food for baby? Terrific tricks for getting picky eaters to eat vegetablesand much, much more.About the AuthorsThe Mom-to-Mom Guide to the Baby Years is written by 142 moms from all over the world ?from Spokane, Washington to Okeechobee, Florida, Ontario, Canada to Kyoto, Japan. We aremoms just like you ? breastfeeders and bottle-feeders, vegetarians and meat-eaters, workingmoms and stay-at-homers. We live in the city and the country, on military bases and in suburbanneighborhoods. We differ in lifestyles, parenting styles, ages and clothing preferences, but we allshare a deep desire to raise happy, healthy children, and we?re happy to share whatever we?velearned to help you do the same.aquot;Avoid cheap manual breast pumps like the plague! They are painful, dona#39;t work and can even damage your breast tissue! If you must pump, use an Avent IsisTM for occasional pumping or a Medela Pump In Style if you are returning to work.
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