I have a couple of questions.

The first being if you could reccomond only ONE book for moms to be what would it be?

The next question is very distrubing. I am studing to become a CNM. I am taking A&P right now. I have several females in my class who actually did not know what or where the urterus was for.
One comment was made to me Its not like i had a baby or anything. Another said I am so glad you don't have to know all this stuff to have a baby. Completly shocking!!!
I did hear another female in the class say she was quite sure how women(girls) can say I don't know how I got pregnant. For me the proof was right there. women don't know about their bodies.

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Ina May's Guide To Childbirth. Hands down.

I don't understand exactly what your next question was....
I second "Ina May's Guide to childbirth" another really good one would be "The Birth partner" by Penny Simkin
Definitely "The Birth Partner" by Penny Simkin! A totally indispensable book for moms-to-be and anyone assisting them through labor.

I agree, it is so sad how many women don't understand how their own bodies work. I think every woman should read "Taking Charge of Your Fertility" by Toni Weschler, even if they're not planning on practicing NFP. We need to know what makes our bodies tick!

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