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The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy Daily Diary Diary – November 1, 1996
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Vicki Iovine is the mother of four teenage children. Since the success of The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy, she has gone on to write several books in the Girlfriends' Guide series, has lent her expertise in columns for the Los Angeles Times and Child magazine, and has served as a relationships correspondent for Redbook. She has also been a parenting correspondent on the Today show, Oprah, and The View. Vicki lives in Los Angeles with her children and husband, Jimmy Iovine.
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However, it is the EXACT SAME MATERIAL as her Guide to Pregnancy book, so if you've bought the book, I wouldn't necessarily bother with the diary unless you really do plan to write in a DAILY diary during your pregnancy...Remember, an average pregnancy is 280 days long!
Save your dollars and buy the book instead. It's a lot more fun to read, and then you won't have the added guilt of looking at all those blank lines that you "meant to fill in" during those 280 days. By the time Junior arrives, you won't care a whit about your pregnancy journal anyway (nor will you usually want to relive the experience)!
Enjoy putting yourself into the hands of your competant doctor who will probably show up in time to give you an emergency C-section. If you are looking for actual information try "The Birth Book" by Sears and Sears; in addition to several birth stories you will get both sides of the story, and you can make up your own mind about what's important to you regarding your pregancy, labor and birth