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Oh, Baby!: Pregnancy Tales and Advice from One Hot Mama to Another

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From the bloating to the belching to the "Baby Story "marathons that might just drive you crazy, prime-time star and new mom Tia Mowry delivers the lowdown in a frank, hilarious guide to modern pregnancy.
Tia Mowry's 800,000+ Twitter followers know that she tells it like it is. Now, in a pregnancy guide like no other, Tia leaves no topic off-limits while helping expectant
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ebook, 240 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Avery Publishing Group
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Jessica Masterson
Loved, Loved, Loved this book!! Every woman who wants to get pregnant, is pregnant, just had a baby or has been a mom for years should read this book. It definitely calmed my nerves about things i was questioning and its written like Tia is talking to you face to face.
Alicia
I'm a big Tia fan and was excited to read this book once I found I was pregnant. I was also interested to read to find out about how her struggles with endometriosis affected her. Then I spent weeks sick and I am just finally getting around to reading this one. I mention that only because I think this book is great reading for your 1 trimester. I read it during my 2nd and found most of the information I already knew from my doctor and the multitude of app/and pregnancy email updates. I did appre ...more
Amy
Since "Tia & Tamera" is on the Style network, this book captured my attention because of Tia's likability. I watched the season of the show last summer when Tia was pregnant. If I had read this book while I was pregnant, I would have given it 5 stars, but it is just for pregnancy. There's a tiny portion about how it's been as a new mom, which I could relate to and it has some no-nonsense, practical advice. I personally liked the suggestions for apparel for pregnant women. Tia is a real perso ...more
Theora T. Brown
I enjoyed this book very much!

Although this is not my first pregnancy this book still provided some nice insight. I loved her section on how to still look hot and feel sexy even if you feel like a blimp! I was in the process of changing my wardrobe pre pregnancy so as the belly gets bigger it gets harder. But her tips help. My only con are the prices for the places she mentions. Sorry but I can't afford $200 for a maxi dress I don't care how comfortable it is.
Monique
Quick read that will keep you laughing. Mowry talks openly about her pregnancy from beginning to end. Her open and frank descriptions of emotions and tales of the difficult days of getting/being pregnant makes you realize that we all put our skirts on the same way (one leg at a time). She gives just enough scoop of the celebs in her life with the right dose of her witty sense of humor that will keep you turning the pages. This is a must read for all new mothers (and fathers). Thanks for sharing ...more
Marty
I thought I would just skim this, but I ended up reading pretty much all of it. It is kind of like the "What to Expect" books, but a light version. The writing is easy, breezy - like Tia Mowry speaking.(It's written with a writer.)The book is a recount of Tia's pregnancy. She had it all - nausea the whole time, incontinence, bloating, bed rest. She tells it all with a good sense of humor. She's blunt about it all. And you can feel the love for her "little man" after he is born. It was an unexpec ...more
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As a pregnant first time mom I thought this was a great read!! It's not as so focused on the biology and things that can go wrong like most of the suggested pregnancy books. This book was funny and realistic as well as offered several real people tips!
Jami Dutcher
Not what I thought it would be, I was expecting more of a comedy about her pregnancy and becoming a mom. It was more for an expectant first time mother book. Like what to expect when you're expecting.
Lamecca
I love this book!! It made me feel good about everything!!!'
Amanda
Great book! I loved it!! I just love how she writes :)
Emily Benoit
Concept/Ideas: 4.5/5
Writing Style: 4.5/5
Melissa
Much of it was common sense...it was o.k., although not any more informative as anything else I could get on someone's blog on the Internet, for example
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