It's time to get ready for baby! During those nine months of pregnancy, mamas-to-be have a laundry list a mile long of things that need to get done before baby arrives — like prenatal checkups, labor and delivery classes, finding a pediatrician, and learning how to properly install a car seat, to name a few. It's easy to get overwhelmed, but mamas-to-be can get some guidance — and get organized! — with the help of these five baby planning guides covering everything from going green with baby to baby gear demystified!
In nearly every pregnancy-related blockbuster, the audience sees a quick slip of What to Expect When You're Expecting or The Expectant Father. In Knocked Up, Seth Rogen's character buys a stack of pregnancy books and swears he will read them before the birth of his child. On a pregnancy high, many women with child run to their local bookstore or library and take on as much reading material as possible. Whatever she doesn't buy, a friend is sure to send to her.
Pete Wentz told People:
I'm reading a lot of books . . . The biggest one is The Expectant Father. It's a really good one.
Did you read up on pregnancy books when you were with child?
When I was pregnant, I tried to get my hands on every book that would tell me what was happening to my body and why. I found the best resource to be Your Pregnancy Week by Week.
Every Sunday night, I would get in bed and pull out my book to find out what changes were going on inside. Sometimes, I cheated and read the week ahead only to be bummed out the next Sunday when there was nothing new.
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