The Mommy MD Guide to Your Baby s First Year offers tips on both the challenges and the celebrations of a baby s first year. You ll discover how Mommy MD Guides made it through challenges such as breastfeeding, getting the baby to sleep, and coping with stress. You ll also learn how they enjoyed wonderful celebrations of a baby s first year, such as introducing the baby to their family and friends, having playdates, and celebrating their babies first birthdays.”
This book includes twenty books in one. A great resource for any new Mom, experienced Mom, or someone who is helping out a new Mom. From many seasoned Moms who would love to share their experiences from you. A great deal as each book is sold separately for .99. At the end of the book is many helpful resources compiled from all the authors.
1. 50 Things to Know Before Having a Baby: Simple Advice For New Moms
2. 50 Things to Know About Domestic Adoption: Is Adoption In Your Future?
3. 50 Things to Know About Breastfeeding: Quick Tips for New Moms
4. 50 Things to Know About Natural Parenting for Pregnant Women and New Parents
5. 50 Things to Know About Making Your Own Baby Food: A Beginners Guide to Making Your Own Healthy Baby Food
6. 50 Things to Know Before Becoming a Stay at Home Mom
7. 50 Things to Know to Purchase Children’s Clothes on a Budget: Easy Tips to Spend Less
8. 50 Things to Know About Surviving the First Year of Parenthood: Simple Advice for New Parents
9. 50 Things to Know About Traveling with a Baby
10. 50 Things to Know About Potty Training Your Child: Tips to Help Your Child Learn without Stress
11. 50 Things to Know About Budgeting With a Family: Practical Money Saving Tips
12. 50 Things to Know to Make a Healthy Meal for Your Family
13. 50 Things to Know About Couponing: Getting the Most Out of Your Money
14. 50 Things to Know About Being A Single Parent
15. 50 Things to Know to Have a Simple and Balanced Life at Home and Work
16. 50 Things to Know About Having a Playful Family
17. 50 Things to Know Before Traveling with Kids to Walt Disney World
18. 50 Things to Know About Getting Started with Homeschool
19. 50 Things to Know About Being a Stepparent: Creating a Happy Blended Family
20. 50 Questions to Ask Before Deciding to Try to Get Pregnant: Questions to Discuss with Your Partner
Helpful Parenting Resources
Baby Feeding/Diaper Schedule
Mom Medicine Schedule
10 Things to Know Before Traveling with a Baby
Baby Clothes Size Chart
Baby Sitter Sheet
Short Hospital Bag Checklist
After Labor Recovery Kit
Baby Medicine Basket
For each 50 Things to Know book that is sold (not including free days), 10 cents is given to teaching and learning. Go to 50ThingsToKnow.com/GivingBack to find out more.
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Healthy Recipes For Kids
You already know that breakfast matters, but the value of lunch cannot be denied. Right in the middle of the day, when your child is starting to get hungry, their attention is also starting to wane. Their blood sugar levels are lowering a bit, and that is making them feel a little irritable. Just ask a teacher about what a classroom looks like right before lunchtime – he or she will tell you that the room is full of fidgeting, wiggling kids who are dreaming of good food to eat.
However, you might have questions about whether or not that school lunch is healthy for your kids. You might be like me, surprised at the idea that your kids are eating chicken nuggets and cheeseburgers every other day. The servings of fruit are far too little, and the veggie servings are even worse. The school systems do a great job of trying to provide the proper nutrition, but on limited budgets for thousands of kids, that can be very difficult to do.
That’s why making your own lunch for your kids is so important. Sure, some of them might balk at the idea of brown-bagging it, but you can compromise with a homemade lunch a few days a week, then teaching them to make healthy choices for the rest of their meals at school.
But what if you’re not sure how to fit in the time to make a nutritious lunch? And what if you’re not entirely sure what to put in it? The recipes in this book will help you create something delicious, nutritious and easy-to-pack for even the pickiest eaters.
Ready to make a great lunch for your child? Sit down and read through this book, find a few recipes to try and give it a whirl!