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My Pregnancy Journal (Interactive Journals) Stationery – 9 Jul 2015
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'Contains useful tips on creating a birth plan and packing your hospital bag, as well as lots of room to record your own personal journey.' --Prima Baby and Pregnancy, January 2016
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I found it an absolute joy to complete each week and I know it will be a wonderful memory for both me and my daughter to look back on in years to come.
The main section of the book is, as one would expect, laid out week by week giving you space to diary your feelings, cravings, sickness, emotions, etc but also prompting you about important scans and advising of changes to baby and Mum.
Other sections include:
Nursery - allowing you to list out what you bought from where, costs (will be quite funny in 20 years time I am sure!), paint colours, fabric samples, etc.
Names - boys and girls, why you like them, shortlists, final choices
A 2 page calendar of important Midwife and hospital appointments
Hospital bag - prompting you what you may need, but also allowing you to list what you actually took for prosperity's sake
Birth plan - how you feel about it, how you would like it to be
The birth - length of labour, who delivered baby, who was present, drugs used
New baby - name, hair colour, eye colour, length, weight, etc
Presents - what baby received and from who (an invaluable list for when you come to write out the thank you cards!)
If I am to be blessed with any more children I will buy another one for sure.
It is perhaps a tad on the over-long side (over 150 pages), but that makes it all the more comprehensive. There are eight different sections separated by labeled dividers, ranging from "preparing for pregnancy" to "the new arrival", with "care and classes", "preparing for baby", and the three trimesters in between.
The commentary is helpful and encouraging. The photos are heartwarming. There is lots of space for writing your own thoughts as well as pages for putting your own pictures, and uniquely, the dividers contain pockets for sliding in mementos and cards.
I don't see how you can go wrong with this as a record of your pregnancy. At the very least, you'll get your money's worth!
The pregnancy journal is a really lovely book and is divided into various sections like preparing for pregnancy a week by week diary and choosing your babies name. It also has three great sections divided into trimesters.
The quality of the book is excellent and the pictures inside are all really lovely. There is enough space to write in all the things you need to as well as a section to record how both you and your partner felt when you found out you were pregnant.
Some parts of the book might not be revelant to everyone and I found them to be slightly over the top. For example there was a section to attach materials for the nursery and to record your design plan. This is purely down to personal taste though and some people might find this a really nice addition to the journal.
You can also record your pregnancy from week one; although most people wont find out they are pregnant until two weeks after this it could be very useful for couples going through IVF for example.
There are a few pages to attach your scan photos which I think is an excellent idea but the book could have done with more spaces to stick general photos (of your growing bump etc!), however there is adequate room on the pages to put pictures in.
All in all I think the book is really beautiful, well laid out and excellent quality for money. It gives dads/partners the opportunity to record their thoughts and feelings too which is great as they usually get forgotten about.