Funny little pregnant things : (the good, the bad and the just plain gross things about pregnancy that other books aren't going to tell you) / Emily Doherty.
- 3 of 3 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.
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|Fulton Co PL - Rochester Main Library||618.2 DOH (Text)||33187004072910||Nonfiction||Available||-|
|New Castle-Henry County PL - New Castle||618.2 DOHE (Text)||39231033269651||Adult Non-fiction Collection||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781940716589
- ISBN: 1940716586
- Physical Description: 186 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Tempe, Arizona : SparkPress, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Part one. The beginning: Taking the test ; Don't tell the world just yet ; Naming your child -- part two. The holy trinity: Wet dreams ; It's 5:30 p.m., I think I'll go to bed ; It's 5:30 p.m., why can't I go to bed? ; "Morning" sickness ; Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde ; Cravings ; The baby bump ; A whole new wardrobe ; Sex? Yes please ; You are probably nesting if ; I gotta go ; An emotional mess ; Am I going through puberty again? ; Nipples or China? ; Stretch marks and varicose veins, oh my! ; Butt buttons ; Oh where, oh where did my belly button go? ; Cankles ; Superhuman scent ; Who wrote on my belly? ; The great teeth-brushing massacre ; Alien in my belly ; When did I become a member of the Golden Girls? ; The baby registry ; Baby showers ; The waiting game ; Packing your bags ; Quiet on the set... and action! ; The mommy gene ; My baby blues ; Breast feeding -- part three. Get ready for your life to change: The constipation continues ; The arrival of the stomach flap ; The case of the disappearing boobs ; Sayonara, sleep ; The decline of your social life ; The decline of your sex life ; The decline of hangovers ; From politics to poop ; Code red ; Sick baby ; Now that I have a baby I wish they would invent ; Post-baby phenomena.
Today's pregnancy books may no longer recommend martinis and cigarettes to help pregnant women relax, but most offer moms-to-be a ton of worthless information--like what kind of fruit your baby is the size of at Week 16. Is there any practical value in knowing that your child resembles produce? And wheres the good stuff--the useful details, like beware of the baby registry and all the crap you will never use, or be prepared to get breast milk all over everything you own?
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