Hrm, gee whiz, I read a lot. There are currently 6 books on my desk or IPad for birth/pregnancy. One is Aviva Romm's Naturally Healthy Babies and Children. It has a pregnancy section too. Another Aviva Romm I am reading is The Natural Pregnancy Book. I also have Herbal Healing for Women by Rosemary Gladstar. It also has a pregnancy and birth section I am reading. I have a couple issues of Pathways to Family Wellness on my IPad too which frequently has good articles.
The rest are herbal books I am doing research in for my RA as I seek a more natural and healthy approach to treating my RA which may or may not be possible.
Last year when I was homeschooling DD I was reading a lot more about homeschooling approaches for ADHD children.
Then there's the reading I do for future research involving epidemiology. Most of that is in electronic journals.
At night, while relaxing for bed, I read Historical Fiction, Science Fiction or Fantasy. Currently in an HF mood, so I am currently reading Helen of Troy by Margaret George.
If you haven't heard of Paperbacksawp.com, you should check it out. It is how I can afford to read the amount of books I read monthly (12 books/month). It also has kids books although I have a separate account for the kids books since they are often less expensive then the adult books. I have been able to find older print books that I could not get online because they were out of print.
I am also on goodreads although I don't update it very often...I try to keep track of what I have read with it.
It sounds like I read all day, and maybe that is partly true...I don't get to do much else without a 20 minute jaunt to the train station...