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TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO, I DELIVERED a daughter and conceived a book within a few hours of each other (it was a busy day). Nurturing both those babies, Emma Bing and What to Expect When You’re Expecting (as well as the next baby, my son, Wyatt—and the other What to Expect offspring) as they’ve grown and evolved over the years has been at once exhilarating and exhausting, fulfilling and frustrating, heartwarming and nerve-racking. And like any parent, I wouldn’t trade a day of it. (Though there was that week when Emma was thirteen… okay, make that a year. Maybe two.)
And now I’m thrilled to announce yet another delivery. A brand-new book that I couldn’t be prouder to start showing off and sharing: The fourth edition of What to Expect When You’re Expecting. A cover-to-cover, front-to-back revision that’s been completely rewritten from start to finish—a new book for a new generation of expectant parents (you!), featuring a fresh look, a fresh perspective, and a friendlier-than-ever voice.
What’s new in the new What to Expect? So much that I’m excited about. Week-by-week updates on your little one’s transformation from microscopic bundle of cells to cuddly newborn—the incredible development of your baby-to-be that will make all that heartburn, all those trips to the bathroom, all that gas, all those pains, and all the sleep deprivation more than worth it. And (speaking of heartburn and gas), more symptoms and more solutions than ever before—and more of your questions answered (even the ones you didn’t know you had yet). There’s an expanded section on working during pregnancy (as if being pregnant weren’t hard enough work!). And going from the practical to the pampered, a brand-new section on expectant beauty: how to love—or at least cope with—the expectant skin you’re in, even when it’s blotchy, pimply, rashy, itchy, too oily, and too dry; which skin, hair, nail, and cosmetic regimens you can stick with and which you’ll have to ditch until delivery.
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