On Becoming A Mother

On Becoming A Mother

Welcoming your New Baby and your New Life With Wisdom From Around the World

Book - 2014
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Having a baby is a private miracle, yet it is also the source of much shared joy. For this reason, women and families in every country and every culture have customs to ensure that the journey into motherhood is marked and remembered. From the Mexican rebozo used to rock the belly and ease back pain during pregnancy to the Bengali practice of taking off a woman's bangles to help her visualize a speedy labor, from Arianna Huffington's advice for getting sleep in the early days of motherhood to Davina McCall's tribute to her midwife, from the proverbs printed on the kangas used to carry East African newborns to the Japanese ritual where Sumo wrestlers are asked to make infants cry, each page of On Becoming a Mother is filled with inspiration, humor, and insight about the beginnings of parenthood.
Publisher: London : Oneworld, c2014
ISBN: 9781780743899
Branch Call Number: 306.8743 MCCO
Characteristics: 291 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm

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Oct 06, 2014

A fascinating read even if you are not becoming a mother (or have become one long ago). So many interesting anecdotes from around the globe about how pregnant women are cared for, labour endured and babies welcomed.

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