Nice reading about babies and stuff
Before you were pregnant, you may have had a relaxing drink. Relaxation takes on a different shape now that you are pregnant. Because drinking that wine, for example, is no longer possible. Fortunately, there are a lot of other ways to relax. This time, relaxing is all about reading about your baby's development.
Relaxing is good for you and your baby. And not with a drink, because alcohol is not good for the development of your baby. Fortunately, there are many other ways to relax. Like reading everything loose and stuck about babies.
More about babies
Now that you're pregnant, you probably enjoy reading about babies and everything related to them. Snuggle up on the couch and take some time to read your baby book or magazine. Dreaming away with what is to come, provides a warm feeling. Meanwhile, connect with your baby by stroking your tummy. This really is a moment between you and your unborn baby.
|Tip: While reading different books or magazines about babies, you can set up a relaxing playlist. It has been proven that unborn babies - from the age of 7e can hear monthly sounds from outside the abdomen. Calm music, such as classical music, also calms a baby. So that's fun together!
There are many books about pregnancy, childbirth and babyhood. Below are a few classics in a row. Maybe there's something here for you?
- 'The Great Miracle' written by Lennart Nilsson and Linda Forsell
- 'The pregnancy manual' written by Xaviera Plooij (her parents are the authors of the well-known 'Oei, I'm growing')
- 'Becoming a Mom' written by Bernard Spitz & Sofie Vanherpe
- 'The first thousand days' written by Tessa Roseboom