Have you ever looked at a baby and wondered what it might say if he or she could talk? Paulette Argrette and Ann Lovergine have. In Thinking About Having Children? these two mothers explore the many facets of childrearing from the unique perspective of a youngster.
With a combined sixty-two years of parenting skills, these mothers reflect on the responsibilities of caring for children, from the prenatal stages through the teen years. They also answer questions often faced on the perilous journey to parenthood, such as:
· What can I expect during pregnancy and childbirth?
· What items will we need when the baby arrives?
· How much will it cost us to raise a child?
· How do I raise an infant to be a successful adult?
Incorporating pertinent tips alongside detailed graphs, even the most experienced parent will be encouraged by insights found in chapters like, "The Power of Words and Actions on Behavior," and "Social Graces and Saving Faces."
Let Argrette and Lovergine's straightforward presentation of their childrearing preferences help guide you down the road to parenthood through the eyes of child.