Expecting A Miracle Pregnancy Planner, Journal and Keepsake Book

Expecting A Miracle – Pregnancy Journal Book, Planner and Keepsake

All-in-one planner, journal and keepsake book. This Expecting a Miracle guide has 160-page guided text that includes; 12 month undated calendar planner, space for important contacts, doctor visit records and delivery plans, nursery plans and shopping lists. Includes 1st, 2nd and 3rd Trimester.
expecting a miracle

  • This spiral bound Journal helps you plan, organize, remember and record this special time to create a treasured keepsake
  • 160-pages of guided text to keep track of doctor visits, delivery plans, nursery plans and more
  • Guided text and journaling pages for 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trimesters and Miracle Arrives sections
  • Six tabbed pocket pages in 7 7/8″ x 9 1/4″ journal
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Question by l.lecount: What’s the funniest/best pregnancy story you have?
I’m pregnant with my first, and I’m definitely a “planner” where everything has to be ready wayyyy before needed (aka, I’m 11 weeks today). Well, I bought a bunch of books on clearance, when I took them home my hubby looks at the books and says “So, when would it be ok for me to start reading to the baby??” :D

What’s your best/funniest pregnancy story?

Answer by Baby V
When I was at work one day one of my coworkers asked me if I had had any weird cravings. I told him no because I really hadn’t craved anything out of the ordinary. He then says, “well that’s too bad cuz I like hearing about pregnant woman craving weird $ h!t like dirt and chalk.” Weirdo!

A couple of days ago my niece who is 4 wanted to watch the Lion King so I was watching it with her and I cried my eyes out when Mufasa died and she came up to me and told me “It’s ok auntie nanesa everything will be ok.” I stopped crying and was laughing so hard. My names Vannessa by the way


Know The Do’s and Don’ts of Pregnancy?

If it is the first pregnancy for a woman, knowing the Dos and Don’ts of pregnancy is always good.  in the matters of what you should do and what you should not do. In addition to this, you will receive advice from other familiar as well as unfamiliar circles around you. Nowadays you have net consultations, journals, magazines and other media like pamphlets, leaflets and reading materials creating awareness for first time mothers.

Though you will be advised by many with their own experience or with good knowledge of pregnancy problems, you need not pay heed to the words of all. However, you may have some tips from them which can really be helping you suggesting measures for safe delivery with remedies for morning sickness during prgnancy. You can keep ready for healthy pregnancy right from trying to get pregnant and adjust with the four quarters of pregnancy trimesters.

You have to double your responsibility of keeping health measures concerned to you as ‘first mother’ and your ‘dream baby’. It will be a challenge for you to be working when pregnant. You are likely to experience fatigue, morning sickness and other pregnancy discomforts during day time. The nausea during pregnancy can make you feel tired during any time of the day. You can beat the morning sickness, nausea and vomiting sensations if you know the dos and dont’s of pregnancy period.

Do’s during Preganacy:

1. Getting early to bed is good for having sufficient sleep. Morning sickness pregnancy needs good sleep.

2. Start your morning work with ease and avoid tension with bulk of work for the day. Maintain a psychological rhythm when attending to the work on progress.

3. Consume more liquid foods and drink plenty of water. Eating fuits is good for avoiding pregnancy constipation.

4. Have balanced diet with all nutrients, vitamins and minerals to help building healthy body to your growing baby.

5. Whenever you feel well, keep up a little exercise routine and relax a while to make yourself fit for an ideal mother.

6. Restructure the pregnancy planner so that you feel convenient to suit your body type for fighting out exhausted with loss energy.

Don’ts during pregnancy:

1. Avoid foods and beverages that are to trigger the feeling of nausea or vomiting during pregnancy with unpleasing smell.

2. Avoid smoking and consuming alcohol since they are highly harmful to you and your baby during post natal period.

3. Don’t be indulged in chain-work but have frequent rest intervals during any work so you avoid fatigue.

4. Don’t avoid or postpone sleeing when you feel sleepy. You can have complete rest and relax freely in a separate hall with good ventilation.

Morning sickness during pregnancy is a major problem which can be tackled keeping in mind the tips of dos and don’ts of pregnancy. If you want to be an expert in it, you should go through the description of Morning Sickness During Pregnancy AND Pregnancy Healthy Eating.

 

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