Back in early 2004, I thought I was quite the fashionista, envisioned a beautiful pregnancy, cool clothes, a healthy glow and then reality kicked in. I hated pregnancy and I felt all alone so I wrote a book about it to help others. With more focus on the emotional roller coaster that can come with pregnancy and raising babies and less focus on the month-by-month progress of baby, You’re Pregnant, Now What? The good, the bad, and the ugly of pregnancy and baby’s first year is a pregnancy and childcare book which aims to inform, entertain and hopefully create a community where women can speak up and reach out for help without feeling like they are being judged.
What people are saying ….
“A fun and informative, easy-to-read book for any expectant mother. It demystifies and deglamorizes the process of pregnancy and motherhood, but with love and a wry wit. A must-read for all my pregnant patients.”
– Oliver Nguan, M.D.
“Purchased the book at the baby show for my expectant daughter……got home and started reading….this is a book that you cannot put down…..I would recommend this book over ‘what to expect when you are expecting’. I hope that there are more books written by Katina Michelis….”
– Carol Loiseau“Far more light-hearted and honest than a certain-not-to-be-named “classic” pregnancy book, Katina distills the realities of pregnancy and the first year into a funny, matter-of-fact, non-romantic, “warts and all” look at this life-changing period of time. Her narrative lets you accept that yeah, pregnancy can totally suck and it isn’t all hand-knit booties and belly-rubbing goodness. A definite must-read for any woman who has never experienced pregnancy, even more so if she has no friends or family to gripe with.”
– Alicia Ashton, 5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing & funny Aug. 12 2013
Published by Working Girl Press
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