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    Default Good preg/baby books

    Looking for a new read, not a babybook per se that you fill out, etc. I've got the norm... What to expect when expecting, yiur pregnancy week by week... Are they still the most popular? As I got them nearly a decade ago

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    'Diary of a new mum' made me laugh

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    Kaz Cooke -Up The Duff.

    Funniest book ever but also very informative.Had me in tears so many times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    Kaz Cooke -Up The Duff.

    Funniest book ever but also very informative.Had me in tears so many times!
    This. I loved it.

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    Baby Love (by Robyn Barker) best book for when you've had baby. It's our bible!!!!

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    Making babies: stumbling into motherhood by Anne Enright. Such an amazingly written, moving, hilarious book.

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    Gentle Birth Gentle Mothering by Sarah Buckley. I found it really informative especially about the different choices you can make in the lead up to birth/during it.

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    Birth Skills by Juju Sundin

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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    Kaz Cooke -Up The Duff.

    Funniest book ever but also very informative.Had me in tears so many times!
    And 'kid wrangling' by Kaz cooke

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