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Not knowing what to Expect Scared screaming in pain doctors and nurses scrambling in and out of the room monitors beeping every few minutes and a family member standing next to the bed providing support this all describes a woman about to give birth to a little bundle of joy Not every woman experiences giving birth in the same way but all births end with a little boy or girl Although new parents are inexperienced parenting classed should not be mandatory There are many other resources available to assist new parents with a newborn Some of these resources include books support groups and the internet There are so many books out on the market for expecting parents and new parents During the first doctors visit the expecting mother receives many books explaining to her the process of being pregnant giving birth and raising a child These are some of the most informational books an expecting mother could read A book that tops the best sellers lists world wide is called What to Expect When You Are Expecting written by Arlene Eisenberg Heidi E Murkoff and Sandee E Hathaway BSN This book takes the expecting mother from the point of conception through each trimester and though the birthing process The sequel is called What to Expect the First Year takes the new parent from one month of age through 12 months of age Explaining the milestones the child should accomplish by the end of each month and what to look forward to each month This book also has a great section on basic first aid and a section on the first symptoms of many illnesses These are just a few of the thousands of books on pregnancy and raising a child out on the market As an inexperienced expecting mother these books would be a great reference for help during a rough transition into parenthood Support groups are another resource that could
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