The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything in Between
Whether you?re an expectant parent or you?re just thinking about it, this comprehensive guide features a nonbossy, fresh, and fun approach to the greatest adventure life has to offer. Based on the best advice from over 100 Canadian parents, this information is served up with a uniquely Canadian spin. Never one to shy away from the tough topics, Ann Douglas addresses the concerns that all parents have to consider when facing pregnancy.
With over 225,000 ?Mother of All? books sold in Canada, Ann Douglas provides the inside scoop on what it?s really like to have a baby
This book is the manual for those looking for real-world advice to help them during all the stages of pregnancy, from conception to birth and all that can occur throughout!
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Review: The Mother of All Pregnancy BooksUser Review - Rebecca - Goodreads
I loved this general reference to pregnancy. Ann provides a great overview on topics preconception to postpartum while leaning toward empowering the mother to make the best decisions for herself. Read full review
Review: The Mother of all Pregnancy BooksUser Review - Micaela - Goodreads
this is the first book I recommend to people when I find out that they're expecting a baby. I love how Ms Douglas' writing feels like you're chatting with an old friend. The information is excellent, she has empathy for expecting parents, and the material never feels dry. Read full review
The Mother of All Pregnancy Books 2nd edition: An All-Canadian Guide to ...
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Why a Canadian Pregnancy Book?
A OneofaKind Pregnancy Book
WhyThe Mother of All Pregnancy Books?
A Question of Timing
Training for the Big Event
What to Expect from Your Preconception Checkup
The Numbers Game
The Science of Conception
What Labour Is Really Like
Meeting Your Baby
What Does the Term HighRisk Pregnancy Really Mean?
The Unique Challenges of a Multiple Pregnancy
When a Baby Dies
Grieving the Loss of Your Baby
What You Can Do to Increase Your Odds of Conceiving Quickly
Can You Choose Your Babys Sex?
Do You Have a Fertility Problem?
The Major Causes of Infertility
The Brave New World of Assisted Reproduction
How to Stay Sane
A Little Bit Pregnant
Finding Dr Right
Your First Prenatal Checkup
The Incredible Growing Baby
The Weighting Game
Exercising During Pregnancy
Sex During Pregnancy
Working During Pregnancy
Other Things You Need to Know to Keep Your Baby Safe
The Top Ten FirstTrimester Worries
The Top Ten SecondTrimester Worries
The Top Ten ThirdTrimester Worries
Whats Normal and Whats Not
The Joys of Being Pregnant
What Prenatal Testing Canand CantTell You
Is Prenatal Genetic Testing the Right Choice for You?
Types of Tests
What to Do if the Test Brings Bad News
Who Needs Them?
Eight Months and Counting
How to Tell if Its the Real Thing
Preparing for Another Pregnancy
What to Expect
Whats Realistic and Whats Not
How You May Feel About Becoming a Mother
How Your Relationship with Your Partner May Change
The Postpartum Survival Guide
How to deliver your baby if youre alone and without assistance
How to assist a woman whos about to give birth
Midwifery governing bodies
Natural family planning organizations
Tobacco reduction resources
Working during pregnancygeneral information
Working during pregnancyOccupation Health and Safety contacts for various jurisdictions