I recently discovered a fantastic book by Erin Davis called Beyond Bath Time: Embracing Motherhood as a Sacred Role. I find it's very rare to find quality books written for moms of young babes. The only book I've read that I could relate to in my current life stage (and even still, I found it difficult at times) was Loving the Little Years by Rachel Jancovic.
Most parenting books are for older children, and I'm just not at that stage yet to be reading and absorbing books about disciplining a middle-school aged child.
Beyond Bath Time was perfect for my life stage, and has great questions at the end of each chapter to apply to your life. I loved the layout of the book, the fact that the book is quite small (a busy mom could easily read this). This book can even be used in a bible study for moms (which is exactly what I'm hoping to do with Beyond Bath Time at some point in the future).
I also love that the book isn't one-sided. It does address the issue of working moms and stay-at-home moms, but it doesn't choose a side. The author is a work-at-home mom, so she can address both sides of working and being at home. The book addresses many other issues, but never makes any legalistic or sweeping remarks, and I love that!
Moms of little ones, this is a fantastic book to start in the new year! Check it out!
*I received this book from Moody Publishers to review, but this is my honest opinion!*