Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Expectant Parents by Suzanne Hadley Gosselin

When I saw Expectant Parents by Suzanne Hadley Gosselin was available for review, it sounded super interesting to me. There are thousands of books on the market for Expectant Parents, but most of those have more to do with the development and care of the baby before and after it is born. Expectant Parents does touch on that subject, but focuses more on the key issues related to the arrival of a new child in the home.

This book provides parents with a way to write their own practical instruction manual for their children. Gosselin explains the importance of strengthening your marriage relationship, setting expectations for parenthood, increasing communication and preparing for this new stage of life.

I thought this book was a refreshing change from most child care/parenting books. Considering I have three girls, I have read a lot of parenting books with subjects ranging from maternity care, to potty training, to building lasting relationships with your children. I think this is a wonderful book and is mostly aimed at first time parents (although I think there is something in it for any expecting parent).

I rate this book as 5 stars. I received thsi book for free from Litfuse in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.

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