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Up the Duff app – Kaz Cooke | Mum’s Grapevine
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I found this book a fun easy read with laugh out loud parts. Not a bad, lighthearted read to give you a basic rundown on what to expect. And make me feel SO much better!
Also by Kaz Cooke. Clear Your Fears for a Positive Birth. Initially I liked this book and its casual and relatable approach to pregnancy. I brought this after reading the reviews here and after a good friend recommend it.
If you read the book all in one go, I think you’d find it overwhelming, purely by dint of subject matter. Besides being practical, Up the duff is refreshingly pragmatic and written with a great portion of humour, which makes it a fun read. I also like tne she tells it how it is and the little things that you worry about when your pregnant. I was given this book for my baby shower, and I just love it! Overall I enjoyed this book.
Up the Duff app – Kaz Cooke
It was funny, infomormative and told me everything I needed to know on a weekly basis. Reviewed by Marepoppin 6 May Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of I would have liked Cooke to talk more about what things feel like, like my prenatal instructor did, because then you know when you’re experiencing it and what it is, and you ducf worry coike it.
However, during the first trimester, a gentle, hour-long walk which I tried my darndest to keep up more often than not left me feeling drained, nauseous and infinitely worse than I did while lying on the couch. I found the book informative and light hearted. Subscribe to Read More to find out about similar books.
In comparison, I was extremely disappointed in how Cooke brushed over certain aspects of labour and delivery. Mar 25, Margot McGovern rated it it was amazing.
Getting reassurance like that is just priceless in pregnancy! 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. Cooke also makes suggestions for other helpful resources, which I really appreciated because there is so much to choose from and it’s difficult to know where to start.
Of the five yes, 5! Dff helps you keep track of books you want to read. But as far as pregnancy books go there are far better one’s out there. I liked that it told you what was happening from week to week – I agree with another review, I would not buy this, just borrow it as would not really bother to read again. Everything is kind of wishy washy and the focus is everywhere but on the mum.
So it feels like many chapters are either padded with unnecessary information, or there is information plonked un-chronologically into chapters, in order to even-out chapter sizes.
Made me feel ‘normal’ with all my feelings and everything my body was experiencing.
I have read this book with all three of my kids. I love this book and recommend it to anyone! I love Kaz’s drawings and her humour through out the book.
Kaz Cooke gives you the up-to-date lowdown on pregnancy, birth and coping when you first get home. What you do get is a lot of reassurance. Sometimes, I found the diary entries very entertaining, and they contained some useful tidbits not spelled out in the more formal section of the chapter that follows. It took me upp 2.
One day when I need it for myself, I will definitely grab it and tell everyone else I know to get one too. It is funny and truthful in some parts but no more interesting than chatting with a girlfriend who hhe either pregnant or has had children and can relate to what you go through. I asked for books that wouldn’t scare me about pregnancy and this is perfect. Everything you need to know about the scary parts, the funny parts and your private parts.
And she includes the first few weeks after the birth as well, which is incredibly helpful because the prospect of having a completely vulnerable creature being entirely dependant on you is utterly terrifying.