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I did enjoy the first person journey with Kaz, and liked the option to enter some of your personal feelings in some journal style pages. I found it got a bit boring after a while. Let me just say this: It was funny, infomormative and told me everything I needed to know on a weekly basis. There were a couple of symptoms I got that that weren’t covered, again this could have now been updated in newer editions.
At one point I became convinced I was going to give birth to a giant museli. This book is funny, easy dufr read and follows you through your pregnancy.
This book is written in an easy to read style and the humour is just what I needed! So many people love this book.
On several occasions I found myself actually laughing out loud at some of the situations I had found very relatable. This book is a must-read for every anxious mother to be!
But that’s my personal choice. Sep 16, Fox Woods rated it did not like it. This book takes you week by week through the journey of pregnancy. Would borrow it but not buy it. Mums, I can hear you laughing. Reviewed by Amy 5 April Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 01, Kristina rated it liked it Shelves: A must read for new mums.
It took me about 2. I didn’t really enjoy the story that goes along with it all.
Kaz Cooke on being Up The Duff – ABC Melbourne – Australian Broadcasting Corporation
I was someone who didn’t see the ‘magic’ in pregnancy. This structure has meant that, in weeks when nothing particular happens, Cooke has forced herself into a corner — she still needs content for that chapter. I think that a lot of the coooe is very Australian-based, and having grown up here, in the country I understood it a lot. I’d recommend it to anyone. She was an older city girl with a well-paying job and lived a bit of a yuppy life it seemed to me.
I would recommend it to anyone.
Up the Duff app – Kaz Cooke | Mum’s Grapevine
Which is exactly what I needed during a some what difficult pregnancy. It’s tailored for parents whom like an easy to read using everyday English.
Found this book fun to read as it gives a more light hearted take on pregnancy and all the things that go along with it. I read week by week o I purchased the version at a time when I innocent enough not to realise that myself and my husband would be about to start a 7 year journey of infertility and assisted reproduction.
Pre-pregnancy, I went for a 7km run most evenings and did yoga and power pilates. For example, Hermoine’s experience at a pre-natal class were mostly for comic affect and were sometimes alarming, and the information sections didn’t go into the same kind of helpful detail that my own prenatal classes did.
Informative without being up herself. I’d like to read this book on Cpoke Don’t have a Kindle?
Up the Duff app – Kaz Cooke
I particularly like the fact it provides a list of resources that are available – it makes finding out more detail about duuff particular subject much easier. The book is published as a how-to guide for a real pregancy. Book ratings by Goodreads. Jan 07, Ira rated it really liked it.