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40 Weeks +: The Essential Pregnancy Organizer (The Essential Organizers) Spiral-bound – November 6, 2006
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Moving on to the inside: what I really like about this planner is that the informational text is kept to a minimum (I have seen so many planners go overboard on informational text - it's like they can't decide whether they want to be a BOOK about pregnancy or a pregnancy planner, and some even seem to have more text than spaces for filling things in). 40 Weeks+ has a page of helpful text at the beginning of each section which explains where in the section you can find things, but other than that, this book is about YOU and YOUR BABY.
There are dozens of fantastic charts, checklists, and questions to get you thinking, jog your memory, and record every detail of your pregnancy. There are even sections to record memories and place photos, (as well as to record those first weeks and months after baby is born - weight, feeding schedules, etc.) which turns this very useful planner into a keepsake album at the end of the 40 weeks+!
The checklists for what to buy for baby, divided into "basics" and "helpful extras" are great, especially with all the Things To Buy there are at baby superstores - I'm not a big gadgets person, and it's nice to have a book that's NOT telling me that I MUST HAVE every last baby thing for sale in the world, but lets me know, as a first time mom, what's essential and what's a "helpful extra".Read more ›
The last thing I wanted to do was scramble around, pulling together phone lists, contraction charts, etc., and 40 Weeks + solved that problem wonderfully. All the notes and lists my wife was counting on me to bring to our birthing center were in one convenient place. I just grabbed our bags, our birth plan, and this planner, and off we went.
After delivery, the planner never left my side. I was able to track feedings and diaper changes, take notes on all the once-in-a-lifetime moments we experienced, and work through our call list without missing anyone. Believe me, if your experience is like mine, your partner's not going to want to deal with these details post-partum, and 40 Weeks + can definitely help you help her.
As a new dad, I heartily recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved it, loved it! Kept me on track with my appointments, questions I had, reminders etc Amazing. I would buy it again and recommend.Published 10 months ago by Maria L. Santos
This is an excellent organizer especially for first time parents. The first time you go through the checklist, you'll realize how behind you are (we only got this at 4 months), but... Read morePublished 12 months ago by RS2
I loved this. It was really great for my first. It has a calendar in it so you can keep track your appointments and make notes, a place to keep track of your weight, baby buying... Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Chang
This book is organized well and it is not overwhelming. I really like the "check list" format throughout the book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nathan
I got this book when I was pregnant the second time around. It had been 15 years since my first pregnancy and much had changed. Read morePublished 17 months ago by GingerH
Daughter-In-Law is happy = me happy
She likes: that it is not covered in cutsie images so she is not embarrassed to take it places; having one neat place to put receipts,... Read more
I am super type A, so I loved this book! I write lists constantly, and while I was pregnant I was even more OCD about having every single thing planned and accounted for. Read morePublished 18 months ago by dawnica