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4 Book To Give For A Baby Shower

So you are after a book to give at a baby shower. Here are 4 suggestions.

#1 My Mom Has Two Jobs Paperback by Michelle Travis

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My Mom Has Two Jobs is my new book which celebrates working moms. This book is a wonderful way to show support for an expecting mom who plans to combine the joys of motherhood with having a career. It celebrates the work that women do both inside and outside of the home. On each page, children proudly describe how their moms care for them in a very special way, while also making the world better through their careers. The book highlights moms in a wide range of professions, including a teacher, engineer, police officer, doctor, secretary, dentist, firefighter, nurse, lawyer, waitress, military sergeant, veterinarian, and pilot. 

The book gives moms a platform to talk with their kids about their work, and to help kids see how moms bring the same love, passion, and dedication to both their parenting jobs and their professional jobs. The book is beautifully illustrated to embrace diverse moms and kids of different races and ethnicities, and to show the wide range of important roles that women play.

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Contributor: Michelle A. Travis

#2 Babies Are The Worst by Meagan Gordon Scheuerman

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Having a baby is an exciting time and there are tons of books out there that tell the new parents what to expect from the baby but there’s not as many that tell us what to expect from ourselves. So many of us think that having a baby is supposed to be a magical time but the truth is, sometimes it isn’t all roses and rainbows. That is why I wrote Babies Are The Worst explores the unexpected challenges that parenthood presents, with humor and hope. 

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Contributor: Meagan Gordon Scheuerman

#3 Love You More Hardcover by Gary Urda

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In this heartwarming picture book, a mom and dad realize how much love their child has brought to their family. Parents come to realize that their love is boundless and only keeps growing more than they ever thought possible-more than all the raindrops in the sky, more than all the sand on the beach, and more than all the stars in the sky, proving that the love of a parent is unconditional and unparalleled.

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Contributor: Little Bee Books from Bonnier Publishing USA

#4 All Joy and No Fun by Jennifer Senior

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It’s a very smart well written book in the vein of Malcom Gladwell. The book includes stories from real people’s lives along with socio-cultural research that explain why these real experiences exist. I think it is helpful to normalize the pressures we feel in this generation of parenting, why expectations may be different in one community or another, how genders different in differing approaches and what might be the benefits and challenges that each contributes. 

As a new parent many people feel either isolated or over exposed to the opinions of well meaning others or both, this book helps normalize a variety of potential parenting dilemmas and concerns and introduce parents to experiences they may not be otherwise facing in their context. 

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Contributor: Carrie Krawiec from Birmingham Maple Clinic 

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