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The Complete Illustrated Pregnancy Companion

3.96 of 5 stars 3.96  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The comfort of knowing what is going on during pregnancy combined with advice that changes each week with an expectant mother's body will warm the heart and well as calm the nerves.

This fully illustrated pregnancy guide gives an expectant mothers week-by-week information on their body and the child's physical development; and then explains what they should do at each week
ebook, 320 pages
Published February 15th 2009 by Fair Winds Press (MA)
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Ana Mardoll
The Complete Illustrated Pregnancy Companion / 978-1-592-33358-5

I've been digging through a lot of pregnancy books lately, in preparation for a hoped-for conception in the relatively near future, so I was excited to receive The Complete Illustrated Pregnancy Companion. I was also a little overwhelmed, however - weighing in at 320 pages, this is not a book to skim through quickly and it took me a long time to finish reading it.

This book isn't really meant for sit-down reading, though. It's a week
Jul 24, 2009 Margaret rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: pregnant moms and even dads
Recommended to Margaret by: Amazon Vine
Shelves: own
At this point I think I own a copy of every pregnancy book that goes weekly out there including journals and this one is the best by far. It does not go into all the medical jargon as to what can possibly go wrong as some other books, but give tips and specific notes on what changes are occurring in your your body and your baby's body this week. My only down note was that I did not discover this until my third trimester. IF you are looking for a more medically inclined book I strongly suggest Yo ...more
This is more of a friendly everyday (or every week) rundown of what's going on, and what to expect. I like that it includes random side topics, and although the weekly pregnancy affirmations can be quite hokey...they do make me smile!
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