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This book talks about what kind of pajamas were bought, room decorations, carseats, mobiles, quilts, diapers, pacifiers, flowers, wind chimes... all materialistic items. It's supposed to be about preparing for bringing home the baby, but could be for any child being born. Only the last two pages had anything about love or acceptance, and very little at that.
Strangely enough, the book has an odor that makes me sneeze. It must be something about the way it was printed.
I don't care for the crayon illustrations... they aren't childlike, and they aren't artistic, so the book is just weird looking.
To me, there is absolutely no benefit to reading this book. I would not recommend it to anyone.