A new best friend for pregnant mums
When Ruby Matley was pregnant with her first baby she had a lot of questions. Some were awkward, others were particular to her experience. And so she decided to write a book for pregnant mums with her obstetrician Dr David Addenbrooke. Their book is called 9 months: The essential Australian guide to pregnancy. It aims to answer everything from whether you can dye your hair when you’re pregnant, to how to tell when your waters have broken. To get a copy of 9 Months check out the PanMacmillan website.
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