O for a Thousand Nights to Sleep by Lorilee Craker
An Eye-Opening Guide to the Wonder-Filled Months of Baby's First Year

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How to Change the World (or at Least a Diaper)
On Two Hours of Sleep.

As the mom of a newborn, you’ll probably spend many wakeful moments wondering how your bundle of joy managed to set you onto the steepest learning curve of your life. Just like other really steep curves (think roller coasters), mommyhood can throw you for a big loop. But if you can keep your perspective–and your sense of humor–neither post-baby flab, nor interfering advisors, nor neon orange sweet-potato stains will be able to dash your gauzy visions of Baby’s first year.

Designed to fuel the new mommy’s body, mind, and spirit, this indispensable month-by-month guidebook provides can’t-miss help from veteran moms. In the occasional lucid moments your sleep-starved brain allows, you’ll have a few good laughs and get the eye-opening scoop on:

• Your life as a walking zombie
• How to get more sleep (it can be done!)
• Breast-feeding 101 (and no-guilt bottle-feeding)
• Revving up your stalled love life
• Battling your post-partum bulge
• and much more!

Whether you are a first-time mom or a “mom again,” O For a Thousand Nights to Sleep will cheer you on and help you enjoy this wondrous, wacky year of your life: Baby’s first!


From the Trade Paperback edition.
 

About Lorilee Craker

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Lorilee Craker, mother of two, is the author of When the Belly Button Pops, the Baby's Done and "A" Is for Adam: Biblical Baby Names. She is also an entertainment writer for The Grand Rapids Press. Her background includes a degree from Moody Bible Institute and several years' experience in Christian publishing.
 
Published June 22, 2010 by WaterBrook Press. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Bleary-eyed new moms who appreciate good Christian humor will enjoy Craker's month-by-month guide.

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