Michelle Smith is a Speech-Language Pathologist, working with kids from preschool to high school. She lives in Texas, adores her three girls, and enjoys reading, sleeping (woohoo!), and taking care of her enormous Maine Coon cat. This is Michelle's third book behind Life with Toddlers and the Toddler ABC Guide to Discipline. Her unique perspective and distinct voice allows her to encourage, entertain, and empower caregivers with heart-felt, professional, and realistic advice.
Taboo Secrets Of Pregnancyby Slp Michelle Smith Ms
Brass, outspoken and witty, "Taboo Secrets of Pregnancy" dishes out practical advice and pee-in-your-pants fun like no one yet. Join this pregnant mom of two as she journeys yet again through the rough and tumble life of a pregger. Boldly proclaiming taboo truths on those touchy subjects that books gloss over and doctors 'forget' to mention, this guide lets empathy roll in as the naked bum of truth is bared.
From gassy bellies to sprouting hairs in unmentionable places, "Taboo Secrets of Pregnancy" spells it out in no uncertain terms, and actually provides realistic guidance on what the blazes to do about it.
Say goodbye to fragile advice and get ready to hear it like it is. Toughen up your delicate senses, girly! You're about to take a break from the technical tomes, and dive in for an adventure in gestating!
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Very reassuring and refreshing - I was rolling laughing! The author candidly talks about things that are hard to find in other books and relates stories that make you feel understood. The one about passing her plug was hilarious and there's also one about a pink bathing suit that makes you horrified thinking about her embarrassment. I thought I was the only one suffering through some of this and I darn sure don't want to tell other people about it. This book makes you feel so much better, and even if you have none of the ailments, just reading it is so fun. I think the difference with this book is that she doesn't just tell stories to be funny. She gives actual advice. Her language seems "real" like you're actually talking to a friend. And there IS stuff in there that'd I'd never even heard of and she makes it very funny!