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  • I Just Couldn’t Wait To Meet You

    I Just Couldn’t Wait To Meet You

    by Kate Ritchie

    Much-loved actor and radio host Kate Ritchie's first book is a beautiful tribute to the joy and anticipation of expecting a child. When you were still a treasured bump, tucked safe away inside, I thought about you night and day and in my sleep - it's true. My heart was full of hope and love. I just couldn't wait to meet you. A heart warming story to share with the children in your family. A perfect gift for a baby shower, special mother or father expecting their first...

  • Mummy’s Tummy Smile

    Mummy’s Tummy Smile

    by Megan Bowen

    'From the moment you were born, my tummy started smiling just for you.' Mummy's Tummy Smile is a beautiful celebration of parenthood and the unique bond that exists between caesarean section mums and their children. It is a heart warming story that explains the link between how c-section babies came to be in this world and the unwavering smiles that bless their mummy's tummies. The perfect present for a new mum or newborn through c-section. *Author Bio:* Megan Bowen lives in Brisbane, Queensland with her husband, young daughter and their very deaf...

  • What's Your Baby Thinking? Understanding and delighting in your very little person

    What's Your Baby Thinking? Understanding and delighting in your very little person

    by Neil Alcorn

    Many parents feel they must wait until their child is mobile or able to speak before any real relationship can begin. We know for example that the foetus is prepared for the extra-uterine environment from the beginning of the 3rd trimester. Parents need the opportunity to be aware that their baby is yearning for their love, attention and interest. The first developmental task for the infant for example, is not holding their head up, sitting or crawling but the development of a relationship. The aim of this book is...

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