Mommy IQ

Mommy IQ

[the Complete Guide to Pregnancy]

Downloadable Audiobook - 2012
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Rosie Pope, pregnancy expert, maternity fashion designer, and star of Bravo's hit show Pregnant in Heels offers an all-encompassing guide to pregnancy. What's your Mommy IQ? Every mom-to-be wants a perfect, healthy pregnancy. But as the nine months start to fly by, it's easy for new parents to become overwhelmed and intimidated by the mountains of information and advice available. Enter pregnancy expert Rosie Pope. With her signature style, humor, and razor-sharp expertise, Rosie offers women the ultimate guide to these unique nine months ahead. Chapter by chapter and month by month, Rosie helps women raise their own Mommy IQ by telling them exactly what's going on with their baby, their body, and their partner. Tackling everything that might weigh on a new mom's mind{u2014} from prenatal testing and ultrasounds, to setting nutrition and exercise goals, to creating a birth plan{u2014}Rosie guides new parents with humor and been-there insights, and plenty of medical facts and advice from renowned experts and doctors to back it all up. Through practical checklists, sidebars, and her own personal stories, Rosie shares the tips, tricks, and secrets that will ease moms from that initial nerve-racking checkup through the first sleepless nights at home with a new baby. The ultimate must-have guide for any mom-to-be, Rosie Pope's Mommy IQ will give women the confidence they need to stay healthy, keep relationships strong, and even laugh a little when the going gets tough.
Publisher: [New York] : Harper Audio, 2012.
Edition: Unabridged ed.
ISBN: 9780062246196
Characteristics: 1 audio file (6 hr., 56 min., 28 sec.: digital
Alternative Title: Mommy intelligence quotient

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Nov 10, 2013

I am a labor nurse but always enjoy reading this type of book- even if I know the info. I found it to be pretty biased to the East coast. I work in Washington state and there were several things that are just done differently on the West coast (ie- a majority of hospitals around here don't have a nursery for your baby to go to unless he/she is sick, all babies room in with you the whole time). Not to mention, she states Demerol is often a choice for pain management, but I don't know of a hospital that still uses it! It can be some good basic info if you are clueless about pregnancy, but really should be supplemented with other things such as classes or other books. I feel like a lot is also her opinion, such as how important it is to have your mom involved in the process, that just isn't the best thing for every woman! There are several topics I felt that was applicable to, so read it but don't let it be your pregnancy bible.


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