**BASED ON THE MUMSNET BEST BADGE 2016 WINNER, TRULY HAPPY BABY**
Whether you’ve just had a baby or you’re about to welcome your new little bundle into the world, you probably have a LOT of questions …
I know I did! And I also know from first-hand experience with my three babies that one-size-fits all parenting doesn’t work. So this audiobook is to help you find out what will work for you and your baby when it comes to feeding, sleeping, wellbeing, lifestyle, and looking after yourself. I’ve included information and friendly advice I wish I’d been given before I became a mum for the first time, alongside some shortcuts and tips that worked for me.
I hope this audiobook will empower you during your first twelve months of parenthood to trust your own mummy intuition, and to care for your children in your own way – confidently and happily. We all have that intuition, we just need to learn to tune into it! This audiobook will equip you with the know-how you need to get you through the sleepless nights and concerns, to all the magical first moments. It’s the ultimate collection of things that worked for me as a new mum – and I hope it works for you, too.
Love, Holly xxx
While the author has made every effort to ensure that the information contained in this book reflects NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) and NHS guidelines at the time of publication, medical knowledge is constantly changing and the application of it to particular circumstances depends on many factors. This book is intended as a reference volume only, not as a medical manual. The information given here is designed to help you make informed decisions about you and your baby, and it should be used to supplement rather than replace the advice of your doctor or other trained health professionals. Therefore it is recommended that a qualified medical specialist is always consulted for advice. The author and publishers cannot be held responsible for any errors and omissions that may be found in the text, or any actions that may be taken by a reader as a result of any reliance on the information contained in the text.