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365 Things Every New Mom Should Know

Release Date: April 2012
Page Count: 272
Size: 5.5000 x 8.5000
Binding: PB-Trade Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-7369-2382-8
Case Lot Quantity: 48

365 Things Every New Mom Should Know

A Daily Guide to Loving and Nurturing Your Child

365 Things Every New Mom Should Know combines prayerful, playful, and above all practical information with thoughtful devotions to energize new moms seeking to treasure every moment of a baby’s first year.

The book begins each week with a brief devotional and prayer followed by daily tips and activities that foster a baby’s physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual growth. Among the daily topics:

  • beginning steps to godly character development
  • capturing and recording memories
  • sleep problems and how to solve them
  • mother/infant exercise and baby massage
  • finding moments for Mom—time management tips

Designed for ease of use, 365 Things Every New Mom Should Know will inspire any new mom—whether it’s her first baby, or, in the case of the author, her fourth! A great gift for anyone who wants to lay a foundation for motherhood that will last a lifetime.

Meet the author

Linda Danis

Linda Danis has a degree in marketing and spent five years in hotel management before staying at home to run a hotel of a different sort—guests ages 3, 6, 9, and 11. Linda has written Sunday school curricula, started a co–op preschool, and leads a Moms in Touch prayer ministry at her children’s school.  She...

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A Word from the Author

"I love being a mother!  It is the most important job a woman will ever have, but unfortunately it comes with no instructions. In my book, 365 Things Every New Mom Should Know I share practical tips and creative ideas on a daily basis to nurture every area of a baby's development.  Weekly devotions speak directly to a mother's heart, warmly addressing all the joys and frustrations a new mother faces.  They offer wisdom, insight, and encouragement. My prayer is that this book will help guide mothers through that exciting, yet often overwhelming, first year while laying a loving foundation that will last a lifetime!"
—Linda Danis, Author of 365 Things Every New Mom Should Know

Editorial Reviews

"Danis, mother of 4, knows about having a new baby. A new Mom experiences a variety of mixed feelings she never knew before giving birth. Throughout this book beginning with day 1 for 365 days in brief advice, activities, songs, or games can be found for new Mom and baby.

Some advice includes having a 'nursing station.' Encourage the father to help take care of the baby from the beginning. He may do things differently than you, but that's okay. Mom shouldn't forget to take care of her own body's needs. Talking to the Lord is encouraged and asking for wisdom. Prayer is given for new Moms to repeat to the Lord.

At 2 months the new Mom can begin playing 'Pat-a-cake' (the words are supplied). At day 87 new Mom can begin teaching a motorboat song and with Mom's help baby will learn how to pedal his feet. Remember activities help baby grow physically and mentally."
Cannon Courier

365 Things Every New Mom Should Know by Linda Danis contains practical information, prayers and biblical insight in a devotional format that is easy to use!”
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“I strongly recommend the book 365 Things Every New Mom Should Know—A Daily Guide to Loving and Nurturing Your Child.  Linda Danis shares practical, tried-and-true tips to encourage new moms.  The brief daily suggestions make it easy for busy, sleep-deprived mothers to steal a few minutes to gain advice from an experienced ‘friend.’  Linda understands the sacrifice motherhood entails and encourages mothers to not merely endure, but to enjoy, delight, and treasure the simple moments shared with a child.”

“This is a book I will give to my Christian and non-Christian friends at their baby showers! Being a new mom myself, I really appreciated the easy-to-read format; it’s all my tired brain can handle.”

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