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The Healthy Pregnancy Journal by Martha Sears RN, Hayden Sears MA


Review

This journal is filled with a ton of information that is broken down by month and then week. It provides you information on what is currently going on with you and your baby. It has a very nice introduction that explains how they start counting, it is definitely a part of the journal you should not skip.

It is filled with multiple different activities that are related to the month/week that you are currently experiencing. It includes activities such as taking a picture of you bump, writing down your thoughts, drawing, etc.


As previously mentioned, it is a very informative book and is a great read. I highly recommend it and give it a 5 out of 5. 

Rating: 5 out of 5

Synopsis

The Healthy Pregnancy Journal will help you navigate the beautiful chaos of your journey into motherhood with a safe space to reflect and prepare, work through all you’re experiencing, and stay on track for a healthy pregnancy.

Highlights include: Creative and inspiring journaling prompts about everything from food cravings and dreams to fears and feelings of uncertainty
• Helpful guidance on all things pregnancy-related—nutrition and exercise, stress relief, birthing methods, breastfeeding, self-care, and more
• Open space to record your hopes and dreams in a way that resonates with you—photos, love letters to your baby, drawings, quotes, or even magazine clippings
• "Pro Pregnancy Tips"—sex and intimacy, recipes, community, sleep, even getting off the couch when you feel huge, and more
• Weekly information around the development of your baby to help you more deeply connect with what’s happening in your body
• Chronicling the birth of your baby—including vital statistics, pictures, your birth story, and your own sweet words to the newest love in your life

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