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I just got "Week By Week," and DH is reading "In the Womb." He reads to me from it when when we are getting ready for bed. It really is a phenomenal book. The pictures are cool, but so is the information. It has a lot of good scientific information that my husband (an engineer) really really appreciates.
Its funny he was reading weeks 9-12 last night, and it has a heading that says, "Growth Spurts" and I'd been telling him that I felt like the baby was growing in spurts. I love when my random observations are backed up by others!!
Lol df is the same way I think that is why he likes the book. I only borrowed it from the library but I may need to go get my own copy. DD likes to see what the baby looks like at each stage and I think the book is very helpful in that way. I love the detail the book goes into to.
I think it's great your DH/DF are involved in the reading! I have "What to expect when expecting" which is pretty basic info. With my last pregnancy I remember reading a book by Jenny McCarthy (I can't recall name) but it was good for a laugh!
I just finished reading "Ina May's Guide to Childbirth" and am now flipping through "Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Newborn". It is a lot of info I have already read, so I am kind of skimming it. I feel like i am saturated with into on pregnancy, and am trying to focus on childbirth and actually having a newborn now!