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There is no more magical moment than when a newborn baby is laid in a mother's arms. What was for many months a dream and a mystery is now a miraculous new person at the threshold of a life filled with possibilities.
Through a tender, inspiring tale, The Twelve Gifts of Birth reveals the birthright inheritance that all children receive at this moment. Wise women, otherwise known as fairy godmothers, announce the twelve gifts in the form of blessings and show how to use them to enrich one's life.
This keepsake book encourages new parents to nurture and protect the wondrous qualities that have been bestowed on their tiny miracles. When shared with young children, this message helps form within them a strong foundation of values and self-respect. For teens and adults, this story offers healing and hope during times of diminished self-esteem and uncertain transition. It reminds all readers to see the dignity that is inherent in themselves and others.
So disappointed. I purchased six of the same book for gifts and did not check several pages into the book until just now when I went to write in one to give as a gift. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sara Fischer
A perfect book for expectant parents. I given this book many times to expectant parents. They love it.Published 3 months ago by Cathy R. Maney
The universe gifted me this book when I was expecting our first child. It was free on the side of the road. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Zucker
This is a beautiful book and a wonderful gift for new expectant parents.Published 5 months ago by J. Underwood