Booktopia has Up the Duff, The Real Guide to Pregnancy by Kaz Cooke. Buy a discounted Paperback of Up the Duff online from Australia’s leading online. Up The Duff: The Real Guide To Pregnancy by Kaz Cooke, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Kaz Cooke gives you the up-to-date lowdown on pregnancy, birth and coping when you first get home. No bossy-boots rules, just lots of.
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It’s a must read and it’s an absolute cracker: Aug 22, Maria Luisa rated it it was amazing. It is funny and truthful in some parts but no more interesting than chatting with a girlfriend who is either pregnant or has had children and can relate to what you go through. Pregnancy and Remedial Massage – Brisbane.
I looked forward to reading the relevant chapter each week. Great quality, and a great read. Reviewed by AdornedWithCats 15 January Pu, it provides heaps of helpful information. Jan cookee, Karolina rated it really liked it Shelves: A Bun in the Oven: English Choose a language for shopping.
Pu pillows to support your growing tummy while you sleep. I literally absorbed books, most of them freaked me out, there were devestating stories about pregnancies and babies gone wrong, as well as all the things that can go wrong with you. It helps you understand what to expect.
Reviewed by mum2one99 9 May As well as highlights from the book, the Up the Duff App has the most up-to-date expert Australian medical information, and lots of useful interactive extras for parents to be.
Find your local bookstore at booksellers. This book is nice light xuff and the week by week updates gave me something to look forward to each week of my pregnancy.
However, it does lack on some of the details, I found that I wanted them to elaborate a little more on some of the details. Impressionable Kids are Australia’s leader in framed children’s memorabilia and specialise in framed baby hand and feet sculptures. Having said this what I enjoyed about this book was a huge sub-text that the author probably isn’t even aware of.
The Real Guide to Pregnancy? More troubling was the way Murkoff made me feel guilty about how I was handling things. Loved it from the beginning to the end.
Reviewed by BettyV 13 October And make me feel SO much better! This is the best pregnancy book I have read! I first read this when pregnant with 1 several years ago.
Up The Duff: The Real Guide To Pregnancy
This one however takes you step by step and is written in a way that we all think about stuff. The Real Guide to Pregnancy. I loved the week by week information and how she included her personal experiences as well as informative help. What you do get is a lot of reassurance.
I recommend this book to all mums, its full of very practical non preachy advice! Over those years this book has sat mockingly on my bookshelf and was on jp verge of being thrown out along with our euff when a nurse from our fertility clinic rang to say we had finally had a positive result.
Honestly, the whole thing feels so completely absurd that you kind of have to laugh every now and then to keep yourself sane, and anyone or thing that encourages that gets vuff big fat tick of approval from me.
Great for Mums and Dads.
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Babies mostly move when you’re resting at night: Great light hearted book. What I didn’t like about it was the tone of ‘first time mother’s are ditzes who can’t string a coherent thought together and are all hormones and tantrums and naps’.
Highly recoomend it, I give it to any friends who are expecting for the first time. Change to standard view. Visit our Beautiful Books page cloke find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
According to some pregnancy experts, this week the foetus can make facial expressions. Jan 03, Tamsin Ramone rated it did not like it.
Very funny and easy read- but still informative. The Rough Guide to Pregnancy and Birth.
You also can’t get pregnancy details spot-on, it’s just not possible, so the typical week in which you might experience a new symptom, for example, is probably going to be off.