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Q&A: Good pregnancy books?

What are some good books about pregnancy and staying sane?

Re: What are some good books about pregnancy and staying sane?

The Bump Expert

The Baby Bump by Carley Roney and the editors of TheBump.com
We can’t help but recommend our own book, well because we wrote it -- along with amazing doctors and Bumpies like you. We did our best to cover everything you want to know about pregnancy and baby during these crazy nine months, and included some fun features, like a birth plan tracker, kick count checklists and a guide to your maternity wardrobe.

Want to read more and don’t know what else to pick up? Check out some of these Bumpies’ faves:

Fearless Pregnancy: Wisdom and Reassurance From a Doctor, a Midwife and a Mom by Victoria Clayton, Stuart Fischbein, and Joyce Weckl
vanillacourage: It addresses what you really need to worry about and how realistic those fears are. It was very helpful to me in the 1st trimester. For example, it goes through how once you have heard the heartbeat/seen a healthy baby on an ultrasound, the risk of miscarriage drops to 2% or less.


Baby Bargains, 9th Edition: Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on baby furniture, gear, clothes, toys, maternity wear and much more! by Denise Fields
Lstaylor73: It's a must. It will answer so many questions.


Pregnancy Sucks: What to Do When Your Miracle Makes You Miserable by Joanne Kimes
mamamoos: This book is humorous and honest. Plus it gives you tips on how to alleviate the dozens of discomforts associated with pregnancy and tells you what money traps to avoid. It feels like you're actually getting advice from a real mom and not a doctor.


The Belly Book: A Nine-Month Journal for You and Your Growing Belly by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
nancyanderik: a GREAT pregnancy journal!


Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy from Mayo Clinic
Kzeksbg: best book ever
Lstaylor73: my personal fave


Dad's Pregnant Too By Harlan Cohen
The perfect guide for dads-to-be, this book can help your guy understand pregnancy and prepare him for fatherhood. Share this with your partner!

Paula Kashtan

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I have the Girlfriends Guide to Pregnancy and I absolutely love it! It is very friend and does make you feel like a friend is speaking to you. I also bought the Girlfriends Guide To Pregnancy Journal and I really like it too. It has entries every couple of weeks or so then more the further you go & every one has a spot for you to write about what is going on that week of your pregnancy.

Mrs. VanKirk |

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Hands down, "From the hips" is the best REAL guide ever...

hipchykk |

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I have "What To Expect When You're Expecting" and it's fantabulous!!! It's completelt step by step with great advice without completely freaking you out. It helps my hubsy understand what's going on with me and why I'm so out of whack. :)

dewitthm |

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I also highly recommend "The Big Book of Birth" by Erica Lyon. This is my second pregnancy and my first was an attempted natural birth that ended in a C-section. I read her during my first pregnancy and I really felt like I understood all of my options and felt good about the decision to finally have the C-section. She is VERY balanced on the use of meds and goes through the pros and cons of each procedure and gives examples of when they are not necessary and when they actually are a good idea. She has a great sense of humor and her advice on postpartum is hysterical and a must!

e.sarah.mason |

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I am very thifty and i have found many of these books in my local library system, i had to put in requests from other libaries but i get the info and if i love the book i buy it online.

Kena&Jese |

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I have your Pregnancy Week by Week and it is great!

cntrygrl123 |

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I have your pregnancy week by week and what to expect when your expecting and both books are great.. In the book what to expect when your expecting is a chapter for men and my husband has been reading it and theres some good tips for the men!!

mtonevski |

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You might want to check used stores for pregnancy books. I found "What to Expect When You're Expecting" at the local Goodwill for $2.99.

siam |

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I bought What to Expect When You're Expecting and it is wonderful! This book has basically everything that you need to know! It even has a section for Expectant Fathers! I absolutely love it!

Kanne0729 |

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I am definitely a fan of "What to Expect When You're Expecting"! At my first prenatal visit, my doctor gave me a copy of "Your Pregnancy, Labor and Birth", and I didn't really like it...WTE has a LOT more information in it. One chapter about a particular month in WTE was almost as long as the entire book that's supposed to cover everything from pregnancy to birth!

alysson_j |

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I absolutly LOVE "The Pregnancy Bible" edited by Joanne Stone, MD and Keith Eddleman, MD. It has everything that I ever wanted to know in it, right from Preconception to Post Partum in it. It even has a baby care section in it. I also read What to Expect While Your Expecting and I LOVE the Pregnancy Bible a lot more.

jknallen |

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I have "Your Pregnancy Week by Week" and it has been useful so far but I think I'll check out some of these other suggestions. Thanks!

ergy |

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What about the "What to Expect" series? Those are the ones I've been looking at, though I haven't bought them. My friend, who's also pregnant, has two of them, and she finds them quite informative

Faeliea |

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I bought "The Pregnancy Journal" by A. Christine Harris and I love it so much! It gives DAY-TO-DAY updates about your baby and you. Another thing really cool about it is the updates on the nutrition. I had no idea that on certain days/weeks, I should up my magnesium intake! Who knew? It's very informative and calms my crazy nerves (had a past miscarriage). I recommend this book completely!

Janae2317 |

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I have "What to Expect" and I think it's awful. It gives you answers designed to make you feel good about whatever decision you make, but no actual information. I LOVE "The Thinking Woman's Guide to A Better Birth." It goes through every procedure and intervention in the birth process and gives pros and cons.

kwalz82 |

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"Birthing from Within" and "An Easier Childbirth" Both books concentrate on the MENTAL issues around pregnancy and childbirth and in making childbirth a journey of personal transformation for the Mother. Both books take the issue that you can find medical information in a lot of good places but that women do not experience childbirth "medically" but as a journey and process that starts in pregnancy all the way through labor and delivery. The books also talk about the different ways that people process pain mentally and suggests different excercises including journaling, art therapy, hypnosis, making a labor project to work on at home when you start your labor. Fantastic, can't recommend them enough. Very women-centric and women powerful. "An Easier Childbirth" is a classic and "Birthing from Within" is a recent book.

amjra |

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I love "Baby Wise"! It was the only way I got my first son to sleep through the night. It thought me how to get him on a schedule. And many many other things

amandalane |

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Belly laughs by Jenny McCarthy. She has great humor and also makes you realize everything that is going on w/ you is totally normal.

kimmorelli |

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I love the Sears books. THey give you the encouragement and any information you could ever need. My husband and I read these together.

caitymckinney |

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I'm reading "The Mother of All Pregnancy Books" and it's great - it's not preachy like some books are, but it's also not too lax on symptoms, details and overall preparedness. Highly recommend this one!

praman79 |

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I bought " What to expect when expecting" at the goodwill for a buck! What a deal !

fruity_2008 |

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"Belly Laughs" by Jenny McCarthy is absolutely hysterical. It's a quick read and a nice addition to the pregnancy "reference" books.

Brannan |

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I bought "Your Pregnancy week by week" and I really love it. It has good information, pictures of what the baby looks like every week as well as what is happening with you each week and the baby. For a first time mom-to-be I found it useful!

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I bought the "girlfriend guide" and hated it I brought it back the next day. It was very judge mental and preachy. I especially hated what she had to say about exercise. I also didn't like the "Anxious parents guide" also a book to make you worried about everything, she even said you shouldn't fly in your first trimester because you MAY miscarry, not that the flight will have any harm but if you are going to miscarry, you don't want to do it on a plane. What a nice outlook. I did love "from the hips' "expect when you are expecting" (only because I feel everyone has read this one.) and "pregnancy week by week." I'm pretty new to the game, and I don't want to get my self freaked out.

scmillington@gmail.com |

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I like Your Pregnancy Week By Week AND The Mother of All Pregnancy Books.

netoohey13 |

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Has anyone read Dr. Oz's book on pregnancy? I believe the title is something like "YOU...Pregnant." I have both "What to expect" and "The Girlfriend's Guide." The former is informative, the latter funny and helpful...puts things into perspective. Thanks all!

aamayer |

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What to expect while your expecting. Its a wonderful book. We have sworn by it. There are many out there so research a few and find the one that is right for you.

sjuthe83 |

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i have read dr oz's book on pregnancy. overall i like it. some things did confuse me a bit...for example he recommends several meals which include things like goat cheese which i thought we couldn't have. other then that it gives a good overall look but i am definitely planning on reading others as i didn't really feel it was that detailed.

kskaggs7@hotmail.com |

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My favorite book so far is "What to Expect When Your Expecting" and i absolutly love the detailed week guide of what is going on with the pregnancy. i write down every week what i experience, wether its pain or sleepyness to my pant size increasing

myfirstbaby1 |

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I suggest "What to expect, when your expecting"...

rmeliza83@hotmail.com |

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Ina May's Guide to Childbirth by Ina May Gaskin is a wonderful look at pregnancy and birth as processes our bodies were made for, and can even excel at. It sheds light on a more natural way to give birth.

mwysong05m |

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Thank goodness I checked out the "girlfriend guide" because I absolutely hated it. I agree with "scmillington@gmail.com." I felt like it was written for a young teenager. It's very juvenile. My "girlfriends" are educated and we definitely don't communicate in the same way she writes. I just felt like I was being "talked" at rather than reading educated information (or someone's experience at that). I'll definitely write down some of the recommendations!

JennVE |

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I have read "Pregnancy and Birth" by Teresa Pitman and Joyce Barrett, M.D., Mothering magazing's having a baby naturally and a few more and love them. But I have also read what to expect and did no really care for it, it jumps around to much for me.

KTthe7th |

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I LOVED "Belly Laughs" by Jenny McCarthy, it was a GREAT book! Made me realize everything I was experiencing was normal and made me laugh and smile nonstop! Even got it for my girlfriend that's 6 days further along than myself and she finished it in less than a day! I also enjoy keeping up with "What to Expect When Your Expecting" another great book!

Petrina21 |

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I also recommend "great expectations". It gives you the facts and in different ways. One section is week by week and another is by issues/symptoms. I'm also reading "The complete organic pregnancy" by Dolan and Zissu. Although I like it and have taken a lot of the advice, it can bel very overwhelming and make you feel like everything you do is potentially harming your baby. So if you're one to freak out easily, you might want to stay away

JPMD06 |

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I've read a bunch and the one I hated the most was What To Expect When You're Expecting. It was patronizing and written for people that think children are unintuitive drool monsters. I found no real information in it and was more educated by the many magazines I read than that book. I'm looking forward to reading A Thinking Woman's Guide To A Better Birth and am looking for a good reference for my boyfriend to read.

BrooklyneChaos |

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I always buy my friends "Belly Laughs" by Jenny McCarthy. It is so funny and real. It talks about all of the things the other books are to kind to speak about in a relateable way. I am going to buy it for myself now. :)

kcsilverlining77 |

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Belly Laughs by Jenny McCarthy - its better than I expected. Its the good, bad and ugly about pregnancy and labor...and its all so true, whether you want to admit it or not.

mollyziegler |

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Dr. Oz's new book - YOU pregnant is great! Funny but packed full of info and tools!

shelobster |

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i loved up the duff

kt80katie |

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So many options. I'm only 5 weeks and I want to buy only one book so I don't jinx anything. I am sure as soon as we tell others I will get three copies of What to Expect given to me. I think I need to hang out at the bookstore and flip thru them all.

kmagu3 |

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"Belly Laughs" by Jenny McCarthy was awesome it made me laugh my head off. I burned through the book in a day. I love her section for the expecting fathers at the back. "What to Expect..." is also great. I used the tip to get a used version, I found a used second edition and got it for a fraction of the original price.

BeeOhVee |

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Loved Ina May's Guide to Childbirth. I've heard Birthing from Within is wonderful too.

leahethompson |

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Birthing from within IS wonderful. I also loved belly laughs previously mentioned just make sure you're near a bathroom if you've reached the I have to pee all the time stage, it's really funny.

RMR13 |

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I second the suggestion for "From the Hips." Great information in a fun format and lots of comments and musings from moms-to-be.

elizabethcarole |

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One of my girlfriends swears by "The Everything Pregnancy Book" that she had quite a few years ago when she had her child. Thoughts from current / to-be mothers?

Littleone23ca |

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Hi I have just borrowed two books from the library that are completely fantastic! 1) ask a midwife by Catharine Parker-Littler (also in connection with www.midwivesonline.com 2) The day-by-day pregnancy book by Dr. Maggie Blott (Consultant Obstetician University College Hospital, London). I love both of these books and highly recommend them. =)

snowykys |

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I have "Your Pregnancy Week by Week" and absolutely hated it. It gave information in no sequential order... telling you in the 20th week chapter what happens to baby in the 7th week. What? Plus it named every obscure pregnancy disease possible, including ones that you can only contract if you live in 3rd world countries. "What to expect...": really liked this book. I used it more of a "go-to manual" than a cover to cover read, and if there was a section that didn't apply to me (gestational diabetes) I skipped it. Belly Laughs by Jenny McCarthy: Not exactly medically informational, but a good lighthearted and funny read.

mziegenhein |

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I could not agree more with scmillington and JennVE...I hated the Girlfriends Guide. It basically said that you were absolutely going to gain 50+ pounds in pregnancy and there was nothing you could do about it, and that you shouldn't bother exercising because you'll only feel guilty if you miscarry or something goes wrong. What about all the positive benefits of exercising...less likely to have develop preclampsia, easier delivery, more energy during pregnancy, etc.? Also, I don't know if there's a more recent version, but the version I was reading did not have the latest information on a lot things. I'd rather err on the side of too much information...that's why I like WTE.

Chrystae4 |

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WOW! So very strong opinions! I am glad there are different authors out there to meet the needs and humor of everyone. I like the What to Expect book, but so far I've enjoyed "Pregnancy Day by Day." My sister suggested the "Girlfriends Guide" and I started reading it today. So far, I have laughed several times. The author makes it clear that not every pregnant women will experience any or all signs of pregnancy. I know lots of people who excersied up until their delivery and some who would have miscarried if they excerised. SO FAR, it is a great and funny read as long as you approach with a sense of humor. I can't wait to buy "Belly Laughs." I need more that will make me laugh instead of freakin me out about all the things that can go wrong. I think we all probably worry enough about the health of our unborn. Thank you everyone for your great suggestions! Happy reading!

proudfootja |

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Check out "A Child Is Born"....very cool as far as seeing what your developing baby looks like at all stages in the womb.

cassiejo84 |

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YOU:Having A Baby is a great book. Its written by Dr. Oz and a few other doctors, I love it...I've read so much stuff about pregnancy (like we all have) and It just gives facts and information, not very many opinions... and I would rather base my opinions off of facts.

katelauderdale06 |

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I bought "What to Expect When You're Expecting", "The Girlfriends Guide to Pregnancy" and "Belly Laughs" (by Jenny McCarthy). I have not finished any of them yet, I kinda switch off between the three, but I highly recommend all of them already.

bethie4gc |

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Birthing from Within is freakin' awesome. Another fascinating book on labor & delivery is "Baby Catcher" by Peggy Vincent.

kimaccio |

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If you're unsure what books might be good for you, check out your local library. :)

athene_numphe |

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I just bought "What to Expect, When Expecting". Its a great book!! Its like the Bible for pregnant woman! I cant put it down! Any question you can possibly think of is answered.

Faith0714 |

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I bought "What to expect" and "From the Hips." The first being more traditional (like Faith0714 said... the bible) and the latter being fun and modern. I love them both!

babyperez1 |

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I have 'Pregnancy Sucks' by Joanne Kimes. It's great! She gives a down-to-earth, no-frills view on pregnancy. I was so sick my first trimester and I felt very guilty because I didn't want to be pregnant. This book put my mind at ease. She lets you know that everyone reacts to pregnancy diffrently, you're normal, and everything is ok.

stefer07 |

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Well Adjusted Babies by Dr. Jennifer Barham-Floreani

bd767163 |

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9 Months to Go -- by Joanne Richichi.

MBeeze |

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Belly Laughs by Jenny McCarthy for us women...and My Boys Can Swim by ??? for the men...

beaz82 |

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I have a LOT of books, I really like the What to expect series, they even have a pregnancy journal and organizer which is nice, you can write everything down and track your eating and doctors appointments.

CBizakis420 |

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I'm reading the classic What to Expect, along with YOU: Pregnant and Brain Rules for Baby! I feel covered with these three.

stephso |

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I personally love the book what to expect when your expecting. I have carried a copy of this book around for all of my pregnacies, I find it very helpful because even if you have went through some of these things at one time or another its nice and reassuring to know that some of the things that happened or didnt happen your first time around is normal.

Gerda84 |

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bifbab |

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What to expect while expecting.

piscean40 |

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I love the Mayo Clinic guide - it's unemotional, informative, and very well organized. I especially love the weekly lists of what to do about worrying symptoms. I've supplemented this with The Pregnancy Bible - it's not quite as structured and comprehensive, but it also is a little more caring, and I love all of the color photographs of the baby week to week. It also has great advice for more of the daily or emotional concerns women may have.

rmccready |

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My mother-in-law gave me "What to expect when you're expecting" and I absolutely love it. There are so many questions answered. I also received "Your pregnancy week by week". The books takes you step by step of how you baby is developing and what to expect through out the entire pregnancy.

Avyonne10 |

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I just finished belly laughs by jenny mccarthy and i laughed the whole time i was reading....i told my husband he needs to read it now. We just found out we are expecting last week and we were SHOCKED! so the humor in her book really put me at ease....esp since we dont have out first doc appt til Aug 22nd!

jennfalchek |

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I'm reading "What to Expect" and "YOU... Having a Baby." I like all the information that YOU gives, but I prefer the week by week, day by day format of What to Expect. I think I'll check out a few more at the library.

ashlinisme |

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Love "The baby bump" as well as the "Your pregnancy week by week." Both very informative in different ways.

Tkachn |

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what to expect when you're expecting! Great Book!

bsmith525 |

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I highly recommend Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy. Very informative without being over the top or brushing over important information.

jendmac |

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Books I enjoyed with my last pregnancy are My Pregnancy Week by Week and What to Expect When You are Expecting. Also a fun one is Belly Laughs by Jenny McCarthy.

KAYLEER1 |

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You could try Melissa Over's Seriously Funny Guide to: Pregnancy! Great advice with a humorous twist. http://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Overs-Seriously-Funny-ebook/dp/B004478FPW

MPCUTIE6 |

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Belly Laughs

redm327 |

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the girlfriend's guide to pregnancy was a fun book to read ;D

liz_bluefreak |

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Jenny McCarthy's "Belly Laughs" is a quick, hilarious read. She holds nothing back about some of the aspects of pregnancy you might be afraid to ask your friends about.

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I just read Pregnancy Sucks and it was awesome, funny, informative, honest and yet serious. I have been told that Belly Laughs is really great and my sister lived by the What to Expect books. We are TTC now and I am just voracious for information, my girlfriends to me be sure to check you local thrift stores and used book stores for great deals!

acruz8179 |

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From the Hips - AWESOME!!! Pregnancy Sucks - DOUBLE AWESOME!!! And I can't forget The Baby Bump - you guys did a great job on that book too! Very interactive with the different stages. So far, so good - just reading along!

elisehansen |

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I put my vote with those who recommend Ina May's Guide to Childbirth by Ina May Gaskin. I would never have considered a birthing center or a home birth before. Now I realize the statistics are far better than hospital births for both the birth itself and the baby's health afterward. I also found the La Leche League's "The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding" to be enlightening too.

jrogge |

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I really liked Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy and Superbaby by Dr. Jenn Berman.

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JRiggins24 |

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I am 14 weeks with my first, and recently bought ASK A MIDWIFE by Catharine Parker. I started reading it in the store and couldn't put it down! It is basically just a bunch of Q & A's all about pregnancy, labor, breastfeeding, etc, all answered by a midwife. It's well organized, easy to find what you're looking for. It's my fave book so far, especially for someone that likes to be informed all about labor, delivery, etc.

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JRiggins24 |

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I love the Baby Bump! It's the first book I bought! I also got What to Expect When You're Expecting, How to Exercise When You're Expecting, How to Eat When You're Expecting, How to Have a Natural Pregnancy, Ina May Gaskin's Guide to Natural Childbirth, and the Bradley Method. I really want to ready Birthing From Within- I want to read about the mental side of birthing.

SEGahm |

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I would not recommend Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy. Although, it has some decent information regarding what's going on with your body during pregnancy, it reminds me of some sterile, corny women's pregnancy ad from the early 1990's (or possibly one of those brochures you get from the doctor's office with women smiling at their bellies & their hair blowing in the wind while doing yoga poses with a glass of water...), seriously? I did enjoy The Girlfriend's Guide to Pregnancy, which uses words that are amusing and is much more in touch with what women really go through (& there are no cheesy early 90's model photos to weed through).

thalvorson |

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I have read many pregnancy books, and so far I haven't been impressed with what I have read. Most of the books I read weren't helpful but instead worried me about various birth defects which are very rare. I will of course continue reading different books on the matter, because I haven't read Mayo clinic, or what to expect when your expecting... I read 1000's of pregnancy questions answered and I don't remember the name of the really horrible one, just wanted to suggest that all mothers out there skip over the birth defects part unless they are at a high risk for it or know their baby has it!

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