The Pram Diet

Author: Rebecca Mugridge
Editor: Random House Australia
ISBN: 1742742165
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The inspirational journey of a mum who turned her life around with one simple thing: her baby's pram! Overweight and miserable after the birth of your baby? The Pram Diet offers inspiration, hope and realistic, practical tips from a mum who turned her life around with one simple thing: her baby's pram. Many mothers with new babies find it hard to lose weight after their child is born. Sometimes it's because they lack the time to prepare nourishing food for themselves or to exercise. Sometimes it's because they're suffering from postnatal depression. Rebecca Mugridge understands - following the birth of her first child she was overweight and unhappy, and at a loss to do anything about it. Then one day she put her baby in the pram and went for a walk. Several months and a lot of pram-walking later, she had lost 30 kgs and found a new lease of life, as well as a passion to help other mums.

Man With A Pram

Author: Jon Farry
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0733627390
Size: 15,65 MB
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This is the essential pregnancy guide for dads-to-be and comes complete with must-have man-centric checklists so you won't forget anything. From the joys of conception, the pain of labour and the exhilaration of birth, this easy-to-read book will empower you with authentic, reassuring, realistic, bloke-authoritative advice so you can be the most supportive and useful partner ever for your pregnant other half. This is more than what to expect, it is what to do...for blokes. Congratulations and enjoy the ride.

The Pram Club

Author: Jean Manton
Editor: Jean Manton
ISBN: 1291432353
Size: 10,79 MB
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The story of a young Romany family surviving the ups and downs of the late Victorian depression. A journey through technological, economic and social change, the Lee family's experience of English village life allows readers to contemplate the true meaning of prosperity, as their hopes blossom through hard work, courage, ingenuity and, most especially, generosity of spirit.

A Man A Pram

Author: Mark Cundy
Editor: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1908382139
Size: 11,98 MB
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People travel from London to New York every day - nothing unusual about that, but if your journey took you 14 months, you might rightly wish to seek compensation from the airline! However, Mark Cundy’s journey was different; his was a walking odyssey of immense proportions, covering 5,500 miles between October 2004 and December 2005 across three continents, in aid of Cancer Research UK and its overseas equivalents. Facing a lonely, often gruelling trek, Mark encountered many setbacks and obstacles en route: limited resources, accommodation problems, language barriers, extremes of climate, red tape, cultural differences and health issues, and met plenty of ‘angels’ and a few ‘devils’ as his journey pressed on through Europe, across Russia and on to Australia and finally the USA. There were many times he stopped to wonder, “What am I doing?” But in true Forrest Gump style, he just kept on walking. This is an extraordinary story, told with immense humour, of true grit and determination against the odds to fulfil a dream that had been many years in the making, one that took the ‘World Walker’ through every gamut of emotion, from fear to triumph and desperation to sheer joy. It was a defining achievement. And to what does the ‘pram’ in the title refer? He didn’t really take a baby with him, did he? Well, you’ll just have to read it and see!

What To Expect When You Re Breast Feeding And What If You Can T

Author: Clare Byam-Cook
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1407029150
Size: 13,21 MB
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While some mothers take to breast-feeding like a duck to water, others just can't seem to get the hang of it. Clare Byam-Cook agrees that breast is best but she stresses that the most important thing is that your baby is fed - whether by the breast or bottle - and you, the mother, should feel comfortable with whatever you choose to do. This comprehensive guide contains all the latest information on breast-feeding your baby successfully, including: - how to prepare for breast-feeding - what to expect in the early stages - how to overcome common problems, such as sore nipples and mastitis And if you can't... the first rule is you shouldn't feel a failure. Clare Byam-Cook recognises there are certain circumstances where bottle feeding is an advisable alternative. Rather than making you feel guilty if you prefer, or have to, bottle feed, she is wholly supportive and sympathetic, providing you with all the practical advice and information you need.

Top Tips For Breast Feeding

Author: Clare Byam-Cook
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448148618
Size: 14,60 MB
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More and more mothers are choosing to breast-feed their babies. But while some women take to breast-feeding like a duck to water, others find it more difficult and need help to get started. The invaluable advice from Clare Byam-Cook's excellent guide What To Expect When You're Breast-feeding...and What If Your Can't? is now available in a handy and concise book of tips. Top Tips for Breast-feeding offers simple, reassuring advice that will make the experience easier and more enjoyable for both you and your baby. With handy tips on: - How to prepare for breast-feeding - What to expect in the early stages - How to overcome common problems

Nanny Knows Best Easy Weaning And First Feeding

Author: Smith , Nanny With Nina Grunfeld
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448146488
Size: 17,57 MB
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For many parents weaning can become full of trauma and anxiety. Is your baby eating enough? Is he getting the right nutrients? What happens if your baby refuses to eat or is constantly sick or crying? Nanny Smith has the answers to every parent's everyday questions and will help you and your baby through the transition from breast to bottle to solids - with confidence and calm.

Babies And Young Children

Author: Marian Beaver
Editor: Nelson Thornes
ISBN: 9780748773473
Size: 17,20 MB
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Provides comprehensive coverage of the mandatory and optional units of the NVQ 2 specification. This book references performance criteria throughout, enabling students to see which activities they are covering at any time. It is endorsed by City and Guilds.

Agnes Owens The Complete Short Stories

Author: Agnes Owens
Editor: Birlinn
ISBN: 0857901400
Size: 11,25 MB
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A terrific collection,' - The Times 'Her black humour and piercing observation bear comparison with the work of Muriel Spark,' - Guardian 'It's almost impossible to pick up this substantial collection and find anything more worthwhile to do for the rest of the day than read it cover to cover,'- Rosemary Goring, The Herald 'The woman is a genius,' - Daily Mail 'Essential reading. It is Agnes Owens at her subtle, concise best - truthful, humane and quite brilliant' - Times Literary Supplement 'Her stories...carry the emotional clout of a knockout punch,' - Observer 'Owens is a rare treasure,' - Allan Massie, The Scotsman 'Acerbic, wicked, utterly honest, sly, gothic, brilliantly black deadpan funny,' - Liz Lochead, Sunday Herald The complete life work of Agnes Owens in short stories - everything from Gentlemen of the West, Lean Tales, People Like That and 14 brand new unpublished stories. Witty and dark, Owens' spare prose shocks and delights. Her talent for pithy, unsettling tales is as sharp as ever, confirming her place as one of Scotland's finest contemporary writers.

Henry S Daughter

Author: Joy Dettman
Editor: Pan Australia
ISBN: 1743345666
Size: 12,29 MB
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From the bestselling author of Mallawindy and the Woody Creek series comes a story of love and rescue "The narrative is achingly engrossing" Weekend Australian She had felt a sad pulling feeling in her stomach that day as the car had driven off, like there was a bit of elastic tied around her insides, sort of joining her to those brothers like it went right through that door, and as the car had driven further up the road, that elastic got pulled so tight, it hurt. Lori Smyth-Owen is balancing on the edge of adolescence but feeling years older. She has eleven brothers, nine living at home and the twins, who were stolen by Aunty Eva ... which was lucky for them because there is never enough of anything to go around, except Mavis, Lori's mother, who is so overweight she can barely move. That doesn't stop her plotting to get those twins back. She'll do anything to get them home. Then tragedy strikes and the Smyth-Owen children take desperate measures to save themselves ... and in so doing, discover that blood ties mean everything. PRAISE FOR JOY DETTMAN "Dettman writes compulsively readable stories" The Age Fans of Rosalie Ham's The Dressmaker will love Joy Dettman.