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The Pregnancy Countdown Book: Nine Months of Practical Tips, Useful Advice, and Uncensored Truthsby Susan Magee
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The Pregnancy Countdown Book starts on Day 280 and counts down all the major milestones—with one page of helpful information for each day of pregnancy. Here are tips from doctors and midwives, amusing anecdotes from new moms, and occasional icky-but-important medical information (if you’re familiar with lochia, you know what we mean).
Every page offers interesting revelations. On Day 231, your baby will be the size of a blueberry—but by Day 168, she’ll be the size of a large avocado. By Day 124, you’ll need to stop sleeping on your back; by Day 90, air travel becomes a dicey proposition. And if you haven’t planned the nursery by Day 45, you’re playing with fire.
The perfect gift for expecting moms, The Pregnancy Countdown Book will help women navigate the most bewildering but exciting forty weeks of their lives.
The average pregnancy lasts 280 days—and the suspense can be excruciating! The Pregnancy Countdown Book counts down the biggest milestones every step of the way, with one page of helpful information for each day of your pregnancy. Here are tips from doctors and mothers, amusing anecdotes and quotes, and all of the uncensored details that other books won’t tell you.
The perfect gift for expecting moms of all ages, The Pregnancy Countdown Book is a delightfully irreverent look at the craziest nine months of your life.
About the Author
Susan Mcgee is the author of several nonfiction books. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and son.
Kara Nakisbendi, M.D., is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, a board-certified nutrition specialist, a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the mother of two children.
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