Pregnancy Sucks For Men

Author: Joanne Kimes
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440527997
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Sleep on the couch to make room for her gigantic pregnancy pillow Pass up tickets to the game since you'd "rather" register for the baby shower Haven't had sex since there was snow on the ground (and it's July) It may not make you sound like future father of the year, but there's one thing men everywhere can agree on: Pregnancy Sucks—for you. In this complete update of the bestselling first edition, Joanne and Jeff Kimes pair no-holds-barred humor with helpful advice to make sure you actually live to see the birth of your child. So whether you're sick of putting your foot in your mouth when you're trying to compliment her, you want the real scoop on what's going to go down in the delivery room (without the hospital-issued video), or you really just want a laugh (since you "volunteered" to give up drinking for the interminable nine months of her pregnancy), this book will tell you exactly what to do when that miracle of yours is making you totally, completely, just-cut-the-freakin'-cord-already! miserable.

Pregnancy Sucks

Author: Joanne Kimes
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440501955
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Pregnancy Sucks, by Joanne Kimes and Sanford A. Tisherman, M.D., gives you real solutions to all the annoying and somewhat awkward situations that can unexpectedly arise during your pregnancy. Did you know that: Farm-fresh butter, or petroleum jelly, works just as well for your itchy belly as a fancy and overpriced "pregnancy" product? If you're put on bedrest, walkie-talkies will allow you to yell at your husband-no matter where he is in the house! Surrounding yourself with regular pillows (don't forget to swipe your husband's) is just as good as buying a special large "pregnancy pillow"-and more adaptable to giving support where you personally need it? Doing the hokey pokey, or taking a warm shower, can ease Braxton Hicks contractions? Full of insight, hilarity, and practical solutions on every page, Pregnancy Sucks shows how, through it all, you can survive with your health, dignity, and sanity intact!

The Stay At Home Martyr

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Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780762752188
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A hilarious guide to avoiding the mommy martyr trap Calling all mommies! Somewhere under that ponytail and old T-shirt, those sweat pants and mismatched undergarments, is a sexy, interesting woman begging for a night out. To just be yourself again. So why not? Here's why: You're tired. You can barely remember life before babies. You look like the "before" photo in a makeover contest. Every minute has been reduced to a single purpose: your darling children. What's wrong with that? A lot. "The Stay-at-Home Martyr" gives you the tools to get back on track. Written by two women who've been there, almost done that, this guide takes a sidesplittingly funny yet compassionate look at the modern-day phenomenon of mommy martyrs--showing us that not only can we carve out time and interests apart from our kids, but that by doing so we might even do our demanding young "bosses" a world of good.

Uncommon Sense The Other Side Of Conventional Thinking

Author: Bharat Bhatia
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0578007991
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Uncommon Sense is about looking at things from an unconventional standpoint. It looks at how you can combine liberal and conservative values rather than chose one or the other. It shows how we can find meaning in life and the universe while still looking and it from a scientific perspective. Uncommon Sense talks about how you can combine business with charity and how government can change its spending habits. It even talks about health & fitness, education, and even reproduction from an alternative point of view.

Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

American Book Publishing Record

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Writer S Market

Author: Kathryn S. Brogan
Editor: Writer's Digest Books
ISBN: 9781582974019
File Size: 22,75 MB
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Provides writers with access to up-to-date market information, including contact and submission details, editorial requirements, interviews with successful authors, and guidelines for freelancers.

The Writer S Market

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Contains a list of entries that provide potential markets for writers, covering magazines, publishers, syndicates, and contests, providing information on submission requirements, pay scale, freelance work, and listings of editors and agents.

Grammar Sucks

Author: Joanne Kimes
Editor: Adams Media
ISBN: 159337626X
File Size: 16,69 MB
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A guidebook to improving grammar includes basic, intermediate, and advanced sections with chapters on râesumâe writing and the study of phraseology.

Dating Sucks

Author: Joanne Kimes
Editor: Adams Media
ISBN: 9781593374013
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The enormous success of Pregnancy Sucks and Pregnancy Sucks for Men has made Joanne Kimes a bona fide expert on the fine art of complaining-and dating can go on a lot longer than nine months. Dating Sucks is an indispensable resource to keep dignity and sanity intact through the hellfires of dating. Includes: Meeting Men-from crazy matchmakers to nasty bars to the chaos of cyberspace The Directory of Duds-the guys who show up at the door and make the modern woman want to slam it Surviving the First Date-the hell she endures to get a free meal The Sexual Revulsion-the physical side of dating in the new millennium What's Good on TV-all the stuff she'd rather be doing than going on one more date.

Dieting Sucks

Author: Joanne Kimes
Editor: Adams Media
ISBN: 9781593376369
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The author brings her unreserved opinions on dieting to light in this hilarious volume that is sure to resonate with anyone who's ever been on a diet, failed at a diet, or eaten a squirt of whipped cream straight from the can. Original. 40,000 first printing.

The Children S Hospital Of Philadelphia Book Of Pregnancy And Child Care

Author: Patrick S. Pasquariello
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
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Covers pregnancy, child birth, and child care, discussing such topics as growth and development, children with special needs, health-care options, safety, and nutrition

Pregnancy As A Developing Relationship

Author: Amy Beth Hilden
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The Publishers Weekly

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Middle American Research Records

Author: Tulane University. Middle American Research Institute
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Indian Tribes Of Northern Mato Grosso Brazil

Author: Kalervo Oberg
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Publication

Author: Smithsonian Institution. Institute of Social Anthropology
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The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Book Of Pregnancy Baby Care

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Editor: Hearst Communications
ISBN: 9780688096670
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The first illustrated practical handbook for new parents & parents-to-be, complete with color photographs every step of the way. The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Book of Pregnancy & Baby Care is the most complete & fully illustrated guide to parenting ever published. As natural as having a child is, there are still thousands of questions to be answered. Good Housekeeping does just that, by showing you, in 800 glorious, wonderful, adorable, captivating color photographs, real parents caring for real children. No question, however small or elementary, goes unanswered or appears without illustration. In its inimitable style -- confident, caring, down-to-earth -- it takes you through every step of pregnancy & childcare from conception to age three. In the section on pregnancy, you'll find a thoughtful, up-to-the-minute lesson in prenatal planning, exercise, nutrition, labor, & birthing alternatives. A unique month-by-month photographic diary of one woman's pregnancy will help you understand what changes your body & emotions undergo. Chapters on baby care offer step-by-step photographs & explanations on every imaginable subject: How to bottle-feed, breast-feed, express milk; How to change diapers, choose a layette, buy a car seat; How to dress, undress, feed, & bathe your baby; How to deal with crying spells, sleepless nights, diaper rash, potty training. In the section on health care, everything you need to know to recognize & treat common childhood illnesses is presented in a clear, no-nonsense, easy-to-find & follow format, along with a guide to childhood first aid, growth charts, & immunization timetables. Authoritative, clear, practical, & comforting, The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Book of Pregnancy & Baby Care will be your indispensable companion through the first three years of your baby's life.