First, the expectant mother need to decide what genre she likes crafts or literature. If a woman has a pragmatic approach to motherhood, is to study modern literature or classical education. If pregnant just want to get away and immerse yourself in the world of emotions by tuning in a positive way, you need to give preference to fairy tales.
So, what to read pregnant on parenting? You can study the book of Dr. Komarovsky "child Health and common sense of his relatives". The work is written in his usual Yevgeny Olegovich ironic manner. The book reflects the realities of contemporary families and teaches the expectant mother to cope with many prejudices associated with the care of children.
The book "This amazing child" Ludmila Sokolova and Hope Andreeva is a small but very useful work. It will help parents to understand how, and most importantly, why to communicate with your newborn baby. Woman looking to, what to read during pregnancy must include in your list the book.
Women waiting for the motherhood that do not find a common language with your loved ones, are afraid to have or be able to raise a child, be sure to read the book "the Spiritual light" of the author Luule Viilma. This is not fiction and not just fiction. This philosophical work, which fills the brain not only useful information, but also help to find harmony in the soul.
Often asking what books to read in anticipation of the baby, women interested in scientific literature, written for Amateurs. Is familiar with the work of Michel Auden "Cesarean section" and "birth Reborn". These books will help those who are going to give birth at home.
For a nice and easy leisure suit "Confession little rascal" Simon Brett. The book shows read not only the expectant mother but to all members of the household. Sea of laughter and positive emotions are guaranteed.
Interested in the question of what to read during pregnancy, don't miss the book of Sophia Kinsella's "Shopaholic and baby". Sweet and touching story about a girl, obsessed on shopping, which is in an interesting position.
If the list seems too narrow, on the question of what to read pregnant, answer stories. It's time to reread or finally get acquainted with the work of Alexander Volkov, Lewis Carroll, Alexander Milne, Tove Jansson and Astrid Lindgren. Can be read aloud to enjoy with your child. You will see that pregnancy will make you a new look at the adventures of Ellie, Alice, Winnie the Pooh, Mummy-Troll, and Pippi Longstocking.