5 Books for New Mothers: Your Literary Oasis in the Early Days

Hello dear readers,

We congratulate all the new mommies! Welcome to the crazy yet beautiful journey of motherhood – a whirlwind of snuggles, spit-up, and that overwhelming feeling of love that makes you want to burst. Like everything else, it comes with the urge to be effortless, and we have the perfect collection to help you navigate through.

Peter Rabbit Baby Record Book

Let’s begin with this adorable Peter Rabbit-themed record book. Inspired by the innocence of the classic character, this charming companion provides a dedicated space for you to treasure those fleeting moments you have with your newborns. Tuck away cherished Polorids, jot down heartwarming memories, and preserve those tiny handprints and footprints. Believe me when I say, you will never miss a beat in their amazing first year.

You’re Mum: A Little Book For Mothers by Liz Climo

Most of us would agree that this title perfectly describes the sudden feeling and rush of emotions motherhood brings. Filled with adorable animal illustrations, the book is a sweet ode to motherhood – capturing its ups and downs – the messy moments, the fierce love, and the exhaustion-fueled laughter. From new mums to seasoned veterans, this is a perfect pick-me-up for any mom who needs a reminder of the magic they bring to the children’s lives.

Brain Rules for Baby by John Medina

Medina believes that parents can create a nurturing and intellectual environment for their children if they can understand the patterns discovered through scientific research. Brain Rules for Baby does that. It bridges the gap between neuroscience and childcare, sharing practical tips for parents of newborns and five-year-olds. The book explores the critical role of the first five years in shaping your child’s brain development.

How To Talk So Kids Will Listen And Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

Communication between a parent and a child is a personal and private matter. So, don’t worry, this is not your usual how-to parent book. However, it is a practical guide on enriching our relationships with our children, cooked up by two parents based on crucial personal experiences of attempting the same. The book explores some common struggles – meltdowns, power struggles, sibling squabbles – offering clear strategies for effective communication.

Un-Parenting by Reema Ahmad

As awkward as it is for us to have difficult conversations and have answers to all the questions a child puts forth, at the end of the day, it is our responsibility as a parent to address them. So, if you are looking for a whacky testimony of a parent-child relationship, where the child leads and the parent follows, then this is the perfect book to introduce you to how awkward parenting can be sometimes.

Calm Parents, Happy Siblings by Dr Laura Markham

All second-time parents look forward to seeing that awe on their adult child’s face when they see their sibling for the first time. However, it sometimes comes as panicked reactions or tantrums which make it difficult to maintain a peaceful home. In this brilliant guide, Dr Markham presents simple yet powerful ways to have a good start to your children’s relationship, help them settle into win-win solutions, and create a family fostering love and cooperation.

Pick up any one of these 5 Books for New Mothers at Kunzum store or WhatsApp +91.8800200280 to order. Buy the book(s) and the coffee’s on us.

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