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Introducing the totally revised and updated WHAT TO EXPECT PREGNANCY JOURNAL & ORGANIZER-- with 715,000 copies in print, it's the perfect gift and ...Show synopsisIntroducing the totally revised and updated WHAT TO EXPECT PREGNANCY JOURNAL & ORGANIZER-- with 715,000 copies in print, it's the perfect gift and popular companion to "What to Expect When You're Expecting. Lightweight and sized to fit into a tote or briefcase, this handy planner is an expectant mom's best friend from conception through labor and delivery. For the new edition, the text has been brought completely up to date in accordance with the information in the recently revised third edition of "What to Expect When You're Expecting. Featuring prompted pages, checklists, and a weekly write-in pregnancy and labor journal, this is the best way for mothers-to-be to keep track of important dates, questions to ask the doctor, medications, milestones, childbirth class notes, shopping lists, phone numbers, and everything else that comes with the nine months of pregnancy. The journal/organizer's compact design ensures it can go everywhere mom goes. After baby's arrival, it becomes an instant keepsake.Hide synopsis
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