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She is full of self doubt and struggles with post-natal-depression common after c-sections. With more than pages and heaps of cartoons, Girl Stuff has everything girls need to know about: The fact it is Australian, and pretty new, means that it is up-to-date with the current conditions and advice.
Reviewed by AdornedWithCats 15 January Cooke wrote this book after her own experience with first pregnancy and being unable to find a decent book – and one My sister passed this book onto me when I was back home in Australia at the beginning of the year; it was the only book, she said, that really helped her. At the same time, Up the Duff is very middle-of-the road with its advice.
It was easy to understand and follow with down to earth terminology used. Rather than have us watch videos of women in labour, she told stories and even acted out women’s experiences, right down to the sounds they make.
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Return to Book Page. DH even read this one and loved it.
Still, I had a month of shitty sleep – or lack of – colke stressing dufd how I was supposed to sleep, especially as the left side wasn’t comfortable and the baby didn’t seem to like it either. Nurture Erica Chidi Cohen. Mine was taught by a woman who’s also a yoga instructor and a doula – she’s been to over births and has a very natural approach to pregnancy and labour, and her aim was to remove the fear of childbirth which is exactly what I needed.
As did the suggestion that continuing regular exercise was a must! A great resource of Australian agencies and products and services for women expecting babies in Australia. I would recommend it to anyone. I actually like exercise. suff
Up the Duff: The Real Guide to Pregnancy by Kaz Cooke – Penguin Books Australia
One week it’s a Brazil nut, then a plum, then an eggplant. And, at a couple of times when certain information would really have been useful, it wasn’t in the book. I found it very easy to read, straight forward, and rather funny It Starts with the Egg Rebecca Fett. Your subscription to Read More was successful. The Real Guide to Pregnancy? Reviewed by Venetia 21 November Again, education is the key to a stress-free pregnancy I think, and this book can only go into so much detail.
The book is split up into cooie weeks of pregnancy. But as a nanny I meet a lot of pregnant people and I’m working for a family expecting another baby so I felt that it was important that I understand better what she’s going through.
Reviewed by MondayMonday 28 March Along the side of the weekly pages is a ruler which gives you a idea as to your bubs size whilst growing week to week. Look, I get it: Still, the info on how the foetus is developing is reliable and Xooke found that fascinating, since you can’t see through your own skin, fat and muscle to what’s going on inside, you can’t feel anything except when the baby moves, and you have no control over what it’s getting up to in there anyway.
I read that the new revised edition thw with a yellow cover instead of the lime-green one I’ve got – goes into more detail on early labour and labour complications, which is good. I absolutely loved this book. I read one chapter a week as I went through my first pregnancy and did the same when it came along to pregnancy number 2.
Reviewed by Stumbleine 8 May I’m not, nor have I been, pregnant.