pregnancy sense review

Yup, that’s my big ol’ tum tum! It wasn’t so long ago that I was pregnant and didn’t have a cooking clue about what to expect week to week and what was happening to my body.

I relied soley on apps and google searches, which aren’t always so reliable and so I wish that Pregnancy Sense had been around when I was expecting. Written by Meg Faure (an occupational therapist with a vested interest in babies and toddlers), Dr Jackie Searle (a highly respected OBGYN) and Heather Wood (an incredible clinic sister at Thula Baby Centre); Pregnancy Sense aims to help you, the expectant mama, make informed and educated choices and also to educate on the changes and happenings in your body over the 40 week period that is pregnancy.

You can expect to read about topics like birth choices, premature birth, your growing baby week by week and even a guide to your little ones first few days and weeks.

My lovely friend Michelle from Bits and Bobs for Moms is pregnant with a little girl and so I asked her to give Pregnancy Sense a read and give me a short review on what she thought of it:

A big thank you to Meg, Jacky and Heather for a refreshing take on what to expect in the exciting times of pregnancy. I found Pregnancy Sense easy to read and valuable as a reference guide for the future. I especially loved the ‘ hints for the other half’ sections and the holistic approach to your new life as a mom. I would recommend the read to all expecting moms.

If you are trying to fall pregnant or are currently pregnant, Pregnancy Sense is a great tool to help keep the nerves at bay and to educate yourself about the wonderful little life that you are growing.

If you would like to purchase a copy, simply head over to their website over here.

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