Booktopia has Up the Duff, The Real Guide to Pregnancy by Kaz Cooke. Buy a discounted Paperback of Up the Duff online from Australia’s leading online. Up The Duff: The Real Guide To Pregnancy by Kaz Cooke, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Kaz Cooke gives you the up-to-date lowdown on pregnancy, birth and coping when you first get home. No bossy-boots rules, just lots of.

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Handbag Essentials General Chat. To be fair, it is brimming with useful information, and I was learning a lot. Share your thoughts with other customers. The author never stops and focuses on herself, never spends any time mentally preparing herself for her own birth.

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Reviewed by Killy 17 May Write a review on ProductReview. I have some friends who couldn’t get in the right headspace to be able to enjoy this book. However, I still enjoyed reading it weekly and the honesty in the last sections after the birth was really appreciated, as it seemed more real than other books.

Australian Kay Cooke gives you the up-to-date kas on pregnancy, birth and coping when you first get home. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Print page Email this Permalink. I wasn’t much into reading about pregnancy or birth but this book changed my mind.

Up The Duff by Kaz Cooke. A book I’ll be giving other expectant mums. Sometimes I read ahead because I was so fascinated and I love the chapter beginnings like the ones quoted abovebut I also found that when I read ahead I would get confused over the weeks and forget where I was at that point in time, leading me to think my baby was bigger than it really was, for instance.


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The story left me feeling uneasy for some reason. Kaz embarks us on her own journey through pregnancy and birth. Preview — Up the Duff by Kaz Cooke. Use pillows to support your growing tummy while you sleep. Its hillarous, but still gives you practical advice. I think if you buy this and one other more serious pregnancy book you’ll be covered – this kqz a good one kas read when you are just feeling “over it” for whatever reason but the content is still accurate so it’s not just full of Kaz’s opinions.

This book was was invaluable to me! Reviewed by plusone 5 November I read each chapter as I came up to them month to see where approx. However, during the first trimester, a gentle, hour-long walk which I tried my darndest to keep up more often cuff not left me feeling drained, nauseous and infinitely worse than I did while lying on the couch.

Hubby has found it amusing, and not to scary! Oaz wrote this book after her own experience with first pregnancy and being unable to find a decent book – and one that looked at post-pregnancy as well, what to do with a newborn cooke more practical advice for preparing for one. Up the duff is just a great hand book to keep around in reaching distance while pregnant.

We would oc A humourous and generally light-hearted take on the everything pregnancy.

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The only difficulty is exercising the self control to hp find yourself reading 10 weeks ahead! As did the suggestion dufd continuing regular exercise was a must! Most of the time while I was reading it, I was thinking ‘oh my god!

However, it does lack on some of the details, I found that I wanted them to elaborate a little more on some of the details. The book is split up into the weeks of pregnancy.


Highly recoomend it, I give it to any friends who are expecting for the first time. Reviewed by ErSchmi 12 March Clear Your Fears for a Positive Birth. Needs to be backed up with a more comprehensive look at pregnancy and what is happening to your body. I absolutely loved reading it and so did my Husband. Finished this ages ago hard to find time to update with a newborn lol. I was someone who didn’t see the ‘magic’ in pregnancy. Aswell as offering week by week information of baby’s progress and size, I found this book great entertainment and I love the comical approach she uses.

But the information in here is invaluable for a first timer. In comparison, I was extremely disappointed in how Cooke brushed over certain aspects of labour and delivery. Love the ruler showing me how big bub was, and the stories throughout to make me laugh even on my most hormonal days.

I found it very easy to read, straight forward, and rather funny A Bun in the Oven: It is funny and truthful in some parts but no more interesting than chatting with a girlfriend who is either pregnant or has had children and can relate to what you go through.

The comic relief every now and then in the book keeps it interesting: Easy and simple to read. Refresh and try again. Now Im due with my second and Im reading it week by week again! Would recommend this book for your collection. Reviewed by hoping28 21 November When you move around during the day, you rock the baby to sleep.