The Pregnancy Planner
Baby brain: it happens when you’re pregnant and continues for the next 18 years (possibly ever – children are permanent after all) in the form of ‘mummy mush brain’.
It’s a disease of the mind that is rooted in preoccupation, and unless you are really good at compartmentalising thoughts ‘baby brain’ will take over at one point or another.
The good news is: there IS a solution! It’s called the ‘Pregnancy Planner’ and is the creation of Organised Mum. Combat the chaos in your mind by using the planner to keep track of all those important milestones during your pregnancy.
The Pregnancy Planner is perennial, so it can be started as soon you find out you are pregnant and it carries on throughout your pregnancy, including weeks 41 and 42 (when you’re just waiting, wishing and hoping…).
The Pregnancy Planner includes 120 colourful stickers that you can use to highlight important dates such as first movement, midwife visits and blood tests. There is also space to track appointments, scans and hospital visits as well as space to note ideas, plans and photos.
Add in photos of your growing belly and record milestones and special events in the pregnancy planner. There are also pages to plan the nursery, create shopping lists and write down what you need in your hospital bag.
I guess an ordinary diary would work just as well but stickers… come on!
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