50 Things To Know Before Having a Baby: Simple Pregnancy Tips (50 Things to Know Parenting Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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-Birth announcements and spreadsheets: I realized that it might be a good idea to think ahead of all my family and friends that I'm going to send stuff to (baby shower invites, birth announcements, thank you notes, ect). This could save some hassle and frustration later.
-Belly pics: I didn't do this with my first pregnancy and really regret it. I only have a few pics when I was pregnant and they aren't that good. My daughter is always curious about how I looked when she was in my tummy and I wish I had pictures showing my progression. The author suggests weekly or monthly belly pics. It's easy with digital cameras!
Some ideas and points are more obvious, like setting up the baby's room and talking about how women get stretch marks and their belly buttons may flatten or pop out. I downloaded this book today for free and read it in about 20 minutes. It was well worth the free download and when I get pregnant I will probably read through this a few more times for ideas and tips. There are also some helpful templates at the end for things like feeding/diaper schedules, baby sitter info sheet and a hospital checklist.
The book ends with some rather comprehensive checklists that are very practical.
Overall a good read and I’ll recommend it for anyone interested.
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Author: Lisa Marie Rusczyk
Publishing Date: 2012