You and Your Baby Pregnancy Organizer

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Meredith Books, Feb 1, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 207 pages
A fun, interactive, and user-friendly organiser that guides expectant mothers through the nine months of pregnancy and helps them savour every moment of this important time. The perfect book to pair with "You & Your Baby" Pregnancy" and an ideal companion for mothers-to-be, helping them remember and track important events and topics such as prenatal appointments, questions for the doctor, baby's first kick, medications, diet plans, and more. Pregnancy calendar helps new mums keep track of what week they're in, special events, and appointments. Features: Dozens of handy checklists, including one for maternity leave with information on what to ask your employer, plus a to-do list to make the transition easier; Shopping wish lists for what you need, what you want, and the essentials for baby; Phone and e-mail address book so parents are organised and ready to share the great news with family and friends.

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My Due Date
Choosing My Doctor
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About the author (2006)

Laura E. Riley is a leading OB/GYN, M.D. and mother of two, giving her the ability to professionally understand and intimately relate to all elements of the pregnancy experience. Dr. Riley is a graduate of Harvard University and received her medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She is the Medical Director of Labor and Delivery at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She has committed herself to educating and serving pregnant women for the past 15 years. In addition to seeing patients, Dr. Riley teaches at Harvard Medical School as an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Medicine. She has been quoted extensively in national publications, including the "Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and the "New York Times. Dr. Riley has appeared on NBC's "Today and CBS's "The Early Show and has published articles in many peered-reviewed scientific journals and websites. She has also edited a number of books on pregnancy. She lives in Boston with her husband, Scott, and their two daughters, Natalie and Lauren.

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