While there were quite a few things I already knew (facts that I've picked up along the way, mostly the well-known type), there were things I didn't. Plus I liked Erin MacPherson's writing style.....that of a good friend or (I would imagine) a sister. Down to earth, funny, straightforward but kind.
What I liked about this book: Erin focuses a lot on the Christian side of pregnancy.......scriptures, prayer, talking with God. All very important and often overlooked or underestimated tools and comforts that would prove invaluable during pregnancy and deliver and of course, all those years you will be raising your baby!
What I didn't like about this book: Nothing, really. Though I will say Erin admits that she is anything but a medical expert and it's true.....so if you're looking for a pregnancy guide that is "technical" or full of a doctor's advice, this is NOT the book for that. It's very in-depth and very insightful, but it's not a medical guide.
I would give "The Christian Mama's Guide to Having a Baby" 3/5 stars.
Thank you to Booksneeze and Thomas Nelson publishers for a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my original and honest review. You can find your copy at major retailers such as Christian Books (www.christianbooks.com) and Amazon (www.amazon.com), amongst others.