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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wednesday's New Release 3-27-2013

Rating: 4.6 Stars with 21 votes

Category: Non Fiction

Price: $4.97 *Price subject to change at any time*

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Once a couple has a baby, they often disappear from the world. They stop going out and hide away in their caves. No one knows what their life is really like… until now.

In, “Then Came The Baby” Tim and Olive give an inside look at the roller coaster ride of being new parents. With the same honesty and humour as their first book, “Fight With Me," they reflect on the changes, challenges and joys of being a first-time dad and a first-time mom.

This book consists of 5 Sections and 41 short chapters. Each chapter includes the perspective of both a new father (Tim) and a new mother (Olive). Each section focuses on how parenthood impacted a different aspects of their life:
1. Pregnancy and Birth,
2. The role as new parents,
3. How they as individuals changed,
4. How having a baby impacted their marriage, and
5. How having a baby impacted how they interacted with their family and friends.

In the advance reviews of the book, the words and phrases you'll find repeated are "honest", "reassuring", "fun", "encouraging", "refreshing", and "hopeful".

Plus, if you buy the book on or before March 31st, 2013, Tim and Olive will send you 3 bonus gifts worth $21. Check out their blog for more details.
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