When you first get pregnant, odds are good that you have no idea what to expect. Thankfully there are tons of information sources to fill your head with knowledge before you have your baby. Unfortunately, not all those sources are very “natural”. Now I’m not necessarily saying all non-crunchy resources are bad but often times they can either scare a new natural mama or they don’t give the natural side of pregnancy at all.

This is why I wanted to share this list of books for pregnancy and childbirth. This list isn’t extensive and I’m sure that none of the books are 100% perfect. They are however some of the most recommended books in the natural/crunchy world and are a good place to begin if you want to read up on natural pregnancy and childbirth.

Hypnobabies – This is a labor method but the book that comes with the home-study guide is a full pregnancy/childbirth book
 Natural Pregnancy Reading List - some of the most recommended books in the natural/crunchy world and are a good place to begin if you want to read up on natural pregnancy and childbirth.




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