What kind of mother do you think you are? The role of mothers in the lives of children is fundamental for their proper development and emotional, physical and intellectual growth. It is also in their learning and education. Mothers are for their children, a symbol of protection and security, of trus
What kind of mother do you think you are? The role of mothers in the lives of children is fundamental for their proper development and emotional, physical and intellectual growth. It is also in their learning and education. Mothers are for their children, a symbol of protection and security, of trust, and of examples. We offer you a selection of educational, fun and informative books about the value of being a mother. We hope you like it.
1. Errors and horrors of a first-time mom
Yolanda Saénz de Tejada
And you will ask me why this book is pregnant with mothers instead of parents. The answer is easy: mothers can raise businesses by changing a diaper or (in the middle of a meeting) dump the tears of our children as the hungry on their bread ... That's why, for everything a mother builds every day, this book is dedicated to them (although you, if you are a parent and read it, you will learn from these protagonists much more than you ever imagined) ... In these pages you will find more than 50 funny stories in which a mother tells her mistakes and horrors and, then, we provide a scientific solution based on experience. In this way, we help you solve your doubts when it comes to educating your children in values, discipline and, above all, a lot of love ... Of course, before buying it, smile, please ...
2. A new motherhood
The fifteen women who have met for this project met through the network, sharing points of view through "laTribu 2.0" that has enriched each other. Perhaps it is the first book on parenting written not by psychologists or pediatricians or gurus but by mothers who reflect, study and work while we raise and feed our children with the love, respect and co-responsibility of our partners.
3. To be a mother, to know oneself as a mother, to feel as a mother
Those whom we choose as children shape our soul. I chose to have my son José and he has taught me to look at life and myself through his eyes. This book collects that look and all those things that I would have liked someone to tell me, first, about what it means to be a mother and then about being an adoptive mother. Things that are almost never said and I missed ... No one told me that it had been a long time to know that I was a mother, it took time, hours, minutes, park afternoons, washing machines, purées and stuffed animals to become known as mothers. Nor that that time acquired another dimension, that you enter a time that is not yours, because yours died and ours has not yet arrived. Nor that there would be moments when you wanted to stop the time, and others that happened so fast that you could not even live it.
4. The desire to be a mother
Currently 2% of babies born in Europe are conceived through assisted reproduction techniques, since there are many couples who undergo treatments of this type despite not knowing everything or almost everything regarding the process to which they are going to submit. Anna Gimeno offers us a serious and rigorous study about the steps to follow, the types of treatment, the possible results and other considerations to take into account when deciding to undertake this trip.
5. A gift for life
After the bestsellers Kiss me a lot and My child does not eat me, Carlos González returns with one of his great passions: the defense of breastfeeding. The intention of the author is none other than to offer practical information to those mothers who wish to breastfeed. That's where the baby, in addition to food, seeks and finds love, comfort, warmth, security and attention. The important thing about this act is the bond of union that is established between them and that it is a sort of continuation of the umbilical cord.
6. It's your fault! The secret of happy working mothers
Barrett S. Avigdor, Cathy L. Greenberg
Have you ever felt guilty when you returned from work and saw that your child is already asleep? Have you felt guilty about having to run away from work to take it to the pediatrician knowing that you have not finished the report that you had to deliver? If you feel you have to steal time from the family to dedicate yourself to work or make a parenthesis in your professional career to dedicate yourself to your children, this is your book.