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Sleepless nights spent with a crying baby while balancing between a mother and a mother-in-law who think they know best how to take care of your child. Between an ayah who never washes her hands and a boss irate about the lateness of an important presentation. A husband who like you is learning the ropes of parenting while being silently miffed at your inattention. Sounds familiar?

Naomi George has done it all--from discovering that breastfeeding does not necessarily mean maternal bliss to stalking her daughter in playschool to finding the perfect job--before she learnt to find the right balance between being a mother and being a woman. She offers tips from hard-won experience on how best to express milk sleep-train a baby handle sibling conflict and choose the best pre-nursery. More importantly she tells you how to fight self-doubt and baby blues and focus on a life other than mothering. Eat right find time to get back your flat tummy and slim legs take short breaks to romance with your husband: these are the things that will make you healthier and happier.

A must read for every mother who is yet to learn how to love and care for herself as she does for her little one.

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Mum-Me: How I Raised Babies Survived Toddlers and Learnt to Love Myself

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  • ISBN: 9789351363644
  • Author: George Naomi
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 160
  • Format: Paperback
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Sleepless nights spent with a crying baby while balancing between a mother and a mother-in-law who think they know best how to take care of your child. Between an ayah who never washes her hands and a boss irate about the lateness of an important presentation. A husband who like you is learning the ropes of parenting while being silently miffed at your inattention. Sounds familiar?

Naomi George has done it all--from discovering that breastfeeding does not necessarily mean maternal bliss to stalking her daughter in playschool to finding the perfect job--before she learnt to find the right balance between being a mother and being a woman. She offers tips from hard-won experience on how best to express milk sleep-train a baby handle sibling conflict and choose the best pre-nursery. More importantly she tells you how to fight self-doubt and baby blues and focus on a life other than mothering. Eat right find time to get back your flat tummy and slim legs take short breaks to romance with your husband: these are the things that will make you healthier and happier.

A must read for every mother who is yet to learn how to love and care for herself as she does for her little one.

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