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Author: Nancy Diedrich
Publisher: WestBow Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Whenever a Child Is Born offers the perfect message for parents as it charmingly tells the story of how all of heaven and earth react to the news that a child is about to be born. The story comforts parents with the knowledge that their baby is a special gift from heaven to them, and that they will never be alone raising their child, and that their child will never ever be alone in life. No one journeys alone through life because whenever a child is born, he is given a guardian angel.
Even the children jostled each other for a glimpse of Joseph, all demanding an
explanation at once. “We certainly did not expect a baby,” Pamela exclaimed. “Do
not tell me you found this child along the road,” Beatrice said with a laugh.
Author: Virginia Brown
Publisher: ImaJinn Books
A baby changes everything...especially at Christmas! War-weary Baron Paxton is on his way home to celebrate a peaceful holiday with his family. But when he finds an abandoned baby in his carriage--with a note telling him the child is his--there's no peace to be had in Child of Mine? by Virginia Brown Ladies' maid Adelaide Rowland finds herself on a Yuletide adventure, fleeing her home with her mistress's child, in What Child Is This by Jo Ann Ferguson. But what happens when her mistress doesn't meet her, as arranged? And a very curious--and handsome--gentleman takes a personal interest in her and the little girl? In Through the Eyes of a Child by Karen Frisch, Annabelle Sedgewick's hope of having a family of her own disappeared when her husband was killed in battle. But while en route to her cousin's home for Christmas, she gets a Christmas proposal--from her battle-scarred first love...and the baby boy he's just inherited! In Baby's First Christmas, by Sharon Sobel, newly widowed Marianne Westlyme expects her young son's first Christmas to be a somber affair...until her best friend arrives to brighten things up--her bookish, but irresistible, brother in tow. Little does Marianne guess she'll want to give her son a new father for Christmas!
Produced in a pocket-sized, jacketed-paperback format, Phaidon’s miniature editions make ideal gifts and desirable possessions. Each book features a wealth of finely reproduced colour images. Motherhood is celebrated in this collection of paintings and dr
This new edition features many new additions on questions such as contraception, drugs, the father's presence at the birth, thumb-sucking, where the infant should sleep, cot death, overheating, and so on.
Author: Wilhelm Zur Linden
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press
Category: Family & Relationships
Prospective parents are faced today with a huge selection of guidebooks on pregnancy, birth and early childhood. While many of these offer sensible advice and information, Dr zur Linden's long-established natural care book offers an important additional dimension. In clear and accessible language, he explains what the newborn baby and small child need to unfold harmoniously the full potential of body, soul and spirit. Based on this broad perspective, he offers many practical suggestions. Beginning with the growing embryo in the mother's womb, the author guides us through the birth; the post-natal period and breastfeeding; caring for the newborn baby; how and what to feed your baby; and caring for a sick child (acute and chronic illness as well as childhood illnesses). He also adds useful sections on bottle feeding, almond milk, and water quality. This new edition features many new additions on questions such as contraception, drugs, the father's presence at the birth, thumb-sucking, where the infant should sleep, cot death, overheating, and so on. Dr zur Linden's commentary on these issues is the fruit of a lifetime's experience as a paediatrician and general practitioner. Parents will find his indications for proper care, nutrition and upbringing a constant source of support.
The Thirty-seventh Song, Descriptive of Dawn Djingonaaihn's child is to be born.
His child is born. With a face that is blue it is born. With a body that shimmers it is
born. I reach the foot of the blue mountain of the sun. Isanagaihn's child is to be ...
People sometimes say , “ I can't understand how all those children from the one
family can be so different ! " The fact is , however , that even though each child is born into the same family with the same parents , each child is actually born into ...
Author: Margaret Newman
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
Category: Family psychotherapy.
Providing practical information and effective advice, this helpful guidebook helps stepfamilies understand and cope with the special problems and issues that arise in new family relationships. Simultaneous.
Moments in America for Asian American children Every 13 hours , a baby dies .
Every 1 hour , a baby is born to a mother who had late or no prenatal care . Every
5 hours , a baby is born at very low birthweight ( less than 3 lbs . , 4 oz . ) .