In good time a book that answers many questions and doubts about pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and the initial time with your baby. It is an original combination of clinical and halachic information (Jewish law) that speaks directly to the Jewish mother, and all accompanied by splendid illustrations, diagrams and graphs.
This book was written by a Rabbi and his wife - a registered nurse and midwife.
What physical changes will I experience during pregnancy? Should I fast on Tisha Beav and on Yom Kippur? Do I need to "eat for two"? How will I know that I have gone into labor? What should I do if I have to go to the hospital on Shabbat? How can I be actively involved during labor? What does the Torah advise regarding safe delivery?
In good time answer all these questions and many more!