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    deliela999 posted:
    Besides the standard What to Expect when you're Expecting, what books do you recommend? I'd love to have one with pictures week by week of the development for us to look at. That may be the only one hubby wants to look at. I'm looking on Amazon and overwhelmed by the choices.
     
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    rooni134 responded:
    Hi Erin,

    i got the mayo clinic book for healthy pregnancy and although they give you weekly updates and other information, they dont do a question format like the WTE book, i prefer that one over the mayo clinic one.


    there was one i saw that was called something like your pregnancy day by day which gives pictures of each and whats going on. its a larger book though and i think more expensive.

    what i did do was sign up for weekly email updates from the WTE and Babycenter.com websites. each week they send you an email update with pictures, so thats kinda nice.

    i hope this helps.


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