The best Maternity gift book
Hi, I’m Noa.
When I had my second child, I was married with an 11-year-old kid. Still, there were many moments when I felt alone. My husband was working late, my 11-year-old was busy doing his own thing and I was lonely.
Knowing many mothers, especially to newborns, feeling as alone as I did, I made this book for you. It will be there in the middle of the night when you feed your baby while your partner is fast asleep, or when your baby has been crying for hours and you can’t tell whether they’re hungry or gassy, or when you feel that everyone else has a life, that all other moms have figured it out and that there’s a club you just weren’t invited to.
The truth is there is no club and there’s nothing to figure out: we are all alike in our pain and our joy. Most important: it doesn’t have to feel so lonely. They say it takes a village- and it does. The real Wonder Woman knows how to ask for help when she needs it, this is truly where our 'super- power' lies.
I hope this book will bring you comfort and a sense of sisterhood. If not, just use it to throw at your partner when they are being indifferent, so even if they don’t read it, it would still hit them in the head.
A day in a life of a young mother showed in two parallel scenarios: What would a day be like in a new mom's life with the help and support of others vs. what would an entire day be like when she is alone with her baby?
Alongside the tremendous joy and endless happiness, the first few months after giving birth can be accompanied by quite a few difficulties.
These two parallel scenarios are shown through illustrations only since words can sometimes fail to describe such a complex yet very familiar story for each and every mom.