Dr. Jane MacDougall, MB, BChir, MA, FRCOG, Med is a consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. She specialises in reproductive gynaecology. Jane has four chldren and lives in Cambridge.
This book is great for a table-top or counter-top…. not comprehensive, but it is great for moms who want to know what's going on without reading a 300-page book.
Having this book set up on the dresser was a really nice way to see what’s going on with mom and baby every week. Sure, each of us have baby books next to the bed but by using this calendar it really helped us stay on top of which week we were on and a quick way to learn what the baby was doing and even looked like.
This book puts a smile on your face every day! This isn't a comprehensive guide, that's what the books are for. Just a nice companion to the books along this baby making process. This was originally given to me by my Aunt who used it during her pregnancy as well. Highly recommended.
I. Dominguez Zapata:
Loved it and have given it for "pregnancy present" to all my friends, very useful.
It's small enough to stand up on your bedside table or desktop and easily portable so you can take it with you to doctor and clinic appointments. It's ideal to keep track of antenatal visits, test dates, fitness and birth classes as well as baby's movements and other items of note, including vital contact details.