(What to Expect the First Year) By Murkoff, Heidi (Author) Paperback on 08-Oct-2008 Paperback – 8 Oct 2008
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Why not 5 stars? Another review comments on the anglicising of the US law and support references, which is certainly the case in the 2004 edition What to Expect the First Year (What to Expect) but the 2008 edition is the American edition What to Expect the First Year and all the references are to the US system, some of which are completely different to UK, eg in the US the hospital files for your baby's birth certificate, here you register baby yourself. (A fairly obvious difference which is made very clear in hospital if you weren't already aware, but what else may be less obvious?)
This is not the book's fault, it's just not clear in the listing, so I mention it here. On the whole, the general advice is just as relevant wherever you are.
it gives you practical advice missing from other books in addition to the standard ones.
its by my bedside and my 1st point of call for every situation
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