Baby Journal: Charlotte Sleeping Cover

My Pregnancy Journal: Charlotte Sleeping cover

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The beautiful Anne Geddes “Pregnancy Journal” encourages a mother-to-be to record her thoughts and feelings throughout her pregnancy. Anne Geddes’ unique baby photographs are the perfect accompaniment to this stunning keepsake journal.

Beginning with ‘Finding Out’ the journal charts the journey from the earliest days of pregnancy to the baby’s birth and first precious days. The perfect gift for expectant mothers, it includes space for the ultrasound scan and family photo, and is peppered throughout with thought provoking quotes.

Prompts such as ‘What I Wish Most for My Baby’, Dreams I’ve Been Having and ‘What I Really Enjoy About Being Pregnant’ ensure this is easy to use and there is ample space to allow expectant mothers room to record their memories and milestones during this special time.


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Question by Galletita: Can someone recommend a good pregnancy journal?

I am looking for something where I can write and instert sonogram pictures. I’ve seen a few but I am very busy and cannot write a journal entry everyday…maybe bi-weekly or monthly would be great. Any suggestions?

Answer by Aim
I had Pregnancy-Journal-Guide-Healthy-Happy

Early Pregnancy Symptom – How To Detect Pregnancy Yourself

Pregnancy calls for one of the most beautiful phase in a woman’s life being accompanied by each early pregnancy symptom. These pregnancy symptoms have always been a source of joy as well as often anxieties. Many women are unaware of early pregnancy symptoms and what development each symptom indicates. Moreover, to start planning for a family with your new baby, you must be knowledgeable about pregnancy symptoms and to what extent they are normal. If you observe the signs of pregnancy to increase and decrease abnormally, you must consult with your physician.

Therefore, pregnant women need to be familiar with all the probable early pregnancy symptoms. She also needs to know the difference between pregnancy and non-pregnancy symptoms. The period, intensity and the sequence of arrival of pregnancy symptoms largely vary from one woman to another. So, before you start fretting over absence of a particular symptom that your friend or sister might have undergone at your stage, get facts on each early pregnancy symptom from this article.

How Your Body Tells That You Are Pregnant

During pregnancy, women undergo many changes. Drastic hormonal changes in body are because of the physical and psychological changes a woman undergoes during pregnancy. This hormonal change takes place to support the development of the fetus inside. All women tend to experience some common symptoms in the early trimester of the pregnancy period. Each early pregnancy symptom appears in the same manner, but slight differences can be expected. Now let us discuss about pregnancy symptoms and how to identify them –

Implantation Bleeding

Implantation bleeding is also known as vaginal spotting. This is a very common early pregnancy symptom and takes place when the fertilized egg gets attached to uterus walls. In following ways you will get to differentiate implantation bleeding from common vaginal bleeding -

It appears approximately five days after fertilization

Color of this vaginal discharge appears to be light unlike dark bleeding of menstruation.

An increase in discharge will also signal you about pregnancy.

Many women also experience slight cramping pain during implantation bleeding.

If you happen to experience similar symptoms within a week of conceiving, consider a home pregnancy test to confirm your pregnancy.

Frequent Urination

Increased frequency in urination is a significant early pregnancy symptom. Stretch in ligaments and hormonal changes may lead pregnant women rush to loo. As your uterus enlarges to accommodate development of the fetus, it starts occupying spaces of bladder and pushes it, which is why you may feel a surge of urine now and then.

Tender, Sore Breasts

Another very important early pregnancy symptom is tenderness and painful breasts. After conceiving, you will notice your breasts to enlarge accompanied by a feeling of tenderness due to the hormonal changes in body.

High Temperature

If you notice that your basal body temperature is increasing after conception, then you know you are pregnant. When your body temperature remains high for a number of days even if you are not having menstruation, it is an early pregnancy symptom.

Missed Periods

A missed period id considered one of the surest pregnancy symptoms to be felt at the earliest stage. However, it may arrive before or after any other early pregnancy symptom and extensively vary in women.

Fatigue and Weakness

Pregnancy brings enormous feeling of exhaustion. When you tend to feel fatigue and dizziness with any other symptom, you need to contact an expert. As per medical experts, fainting is a common early pregnancy symptom. Along with exhaustion, you might feel sickness in different time of the day with discomforts of nausea. Though pregnant women may feel at any time or throughout the day, this early pregnancy symptom is known as ‘morning sickness’.

Before you consult your gynecologist, you need to prepare a proper and detailed pregnancy journal mentioning each early pregnancy symptom to help him or her detect pregnancy accurately.

An early pregnancy symptoms, while on one hand brings joy it breeds anxiety too. However, mere presence of pregnancy symptoms does not confirm pregnancy. Therefore, when you start witnessing signs of pregnancy, maintain a pregnancy journal and visit you doctor for a pregnancy test and for further instructions. Early Pregnancy Symptom has more information on signs to detect early pregnancy.

Check out a pregnancy planner in the sidebar at the right hand side of the page, or choose from a wide range of pregnancy planners for sale here >>> Pregnancy Planner

Comments on Baby Journal: Charlotte Sleeping Cover

tabithac21 @ 5:03 pm #

I got the “what to expect when you’re expecting pregnancy journal and organizer”. I spent about an hour at borders book store looking at and comparing all that they had to offer. To me this one was the best. It’s really cute, and small enough to fit in your purse… (if you carry a big purse like me!) It has a lot of really helpful information to go along with each week of the pregnancy. I would definately recomend this one over the others.