Friday, July 13, 2012

What To Expect Books Giveaway

The What To Expect series is now on its fourth edition!

The most recent updates to the What to Expect When You’re Expecting book include answers to dozens of new questions and a detailed week-by-week fetal development section in each of the monthly chapters, an expanded chapter on pre-conception, and a brand new one on carrying multiples. There is an expanded section for work place concerns and additional material covering physical, emotional health and nutrition.
Since I am not a parent, I have never read any of the What to Expect books, but when they generously offered to give two sets of books to two of my readers, I wanted to check them out. So I decided that since I work with babies, it would be useful to read What to Expect the First Year.

So far, I have been surprised about how much information this book covers. It covers everything from baby’s first medical exam, advice for soothing a colicky baby, signs of common illnesses in babies to baby’s first bath. It has a detailed section on breastfeeding vs. bottle feeding and the advantages and disadvantages of both. The month by month chapters show you what to expect during each month of your baby’s first year. The developmental chart of milestones is meant as a guide, but as the book reminds us, each baby is different and will develop at their own pace.




After your baby’s first birthday, What to Expect The Second Year picks up where What to Expect the first Year left off.
This book covers milestones (from first steps to first words, first scribbles to first friends). There are chapters on growth, feeding, sleeping, behaviors of every conceivable kind, discipline (including teaching right from wrong), and keeping a toddler healthy and safe as he or she takes on the world. There is a developmental timeline of the second year with special milestone boxes which help parents keep track of their toddler’s development.


Two of my readers will win a copy of each book! Meaning three books for each winner!
How to enter:
1. Leave a comment on this post telling me which book you would find the most useful.
Additional entries:
2. Follow @play2grow on Twitter and leave a comment on this post letting me know.
3. Follow @whattoexpect on Twitter and leave a comment on this post.
4. Follow play2grow via Google Friend Connect or subscribe by E-mail and leave a comment letting me know.
Please be sure that you leave an E-mail address in your comments so I can contact you if you win.
If I do not hear back from you within 48 hours, another winner will be drawn.
The giveaway ends on Friday July 20th at midnight Eastern

Thank you and good luck!

12 comments:

  1. The first year -- our daughter is due in August!

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  2. I follow What To Expect on Twitter. My handle is @msbruschetta.

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  3. Also now following @play2grow. My handle is @msbruschetta and my email is margot.mackay@gmail.com

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  4. I would find them all useful! Currently What to Expect When You're Expecting would be most helpful!

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  5. I follow @play2grow (@ktandbri)

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  6. I follow @whattoexpect (@ktandbri)

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  7. I follow via GFC. My email is in my profile (kg88451 at gmail dot com)

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  8. All of them....what to expect when expecting would be most useful right now!!

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  9. I have the what to expect when expecting book and loved it! Read it religiously throughout my pregnancy. My little one recently turned one year old, so I would find the what to expect the second year very helpful! I love being able to review milestones! I do not have a twitter account, so I will follow via email rabdin@gmail.com (rabdin at gmail dot com). Thank you for the opportunity to receive such resourceful books!

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  10. I would find the pregnancy book most helpful initially. ssremington (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  11. followed @play2grow and @whattoexpect handle is (@mzzblackeauty)...subscribed to email handle is (brezziegirl101@gmail.com).

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  12. what to expect when your expecting would be most helpful, because seeing my sister go through a pregnancy she didnt expect to be going through the 9 month trip of ups and downs of having a baby. i like to be prepared for whats coming and know what changes i will be experiencing!

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