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The pregnancy book

From a month by month pregnancy guide to advice on dealing with various pregnancy symptoms, use our free online book to make the best of your pregnancy experience.



  • Month By Month
    Welcome to our month-by-month pregnancy book, covering the miraculous journey from the first moments of testing positive to the powerful experience of birth.  Articles, links and videos guide you through the weekly development of your baby and the changes taking place in your own body.


  • Discussions

    Adopting? Considering a home birth?  The latest articles on issues regarding pregnancy, birth control, and birth options.  Share your opinion on the issues that matter most.


  • Health Symptoms

    Are you worried about certain symptoms and wondering if you should contact your doctor?  Looking for relief for your morning sickness?  Get answers to your most pressing questions about your health and the health of your baby.

  • First Trimester

    The first trimester is a critical time in the baby’s development.  Within the first three months of pregnancy, the baby experiences the most dramatic rate of growth and development.

  • Second Trimester
    The second trimester is the easiest for most women as the discomforts of early pregnancy disappear or become less bothersome, and the aches and pains of the final stages of pregnancy have not set in yet.  The baby continues to develop at a rapid speed.
  • Third Trimester
    Congratulations – you’re almost there!  Your baby is making its final preparations to enter the world and you are making the final preparations for its welcome.  Each passing day the baby’s chance of survival and a healthy birth increase.

  • Postpartum

    Guidelines and important information on the post-birth period.  What you should know about your baby’s first months out of the womb and how to give your newborn the best care.

  • Financial Planning
    Articles and professional advice for being financially prepared for a new baby.  Make the most of your money using the advice of experts and find the best solutions to saving money and still keeping the things you enjoy most.

  • Travel During Pregnancy
    Women are no longer expected to stay at home for 9 months when they are pregnant.  But how far can you really go in keeping your usual lifestyle?  Here are some tips for the adventurous expecting mom - all you need to know about vaccines, adventure sports and dangers.


  • Work And Career
    Panning on being a stay-at-home mom? Or are you looking for a way to make some extra cash on your maternity leave?  Whether you are on one or the other side of the scale, get ideas on how to make some extra cash during your time at home and how to balance motherhood and work.

  • Preparations
    Creating a safe and nurturing environment for the new baby is an exciting experience.  Read about the many aspects of baby preparations, from the safety of your car to the baby-proofing of your home.


  • Fitness
    Being in shape can make your pregnancy experience much more enjoyable.  Find out what the limits are for physical activity during pregnancy and what you can do to improve your physical shape for an easier labor experience.

  • Birth preparations
    Staying informed about the process of labor and making sure that your requests are met in those vital hours can make the labor experience easier.  Knowing that you are prepared to the greatest possible extent can give you a peace of mind and be beneficial to the health of you and your baby.

  • Diet
    Wondering how much weight you should be gaining?  Is that cup of coffee making you feel guilty?  Get the nutritional advice every woman can benefit from during her pregnancy.

  • Shopping

    Get expert tips for putting together the best maternity closet.  Changing your wardrobe to accommodate your new shape doesn’t have to be a hassle or take a load out of your wallet.  From maternity clothes to items for your new baby, get advice on getting the best things for the best prices.

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