Pregnancy is an exhausting emotional roller coaster ride. Pregnancy Journal makes you keep tabs on yourself and your baby. It keeps you organised, alert, and puts you in good position with yourself and the baby. It will also contain memories you can share with your baby one day.
Below is 10 Reasons why mothers should keep a pregnancy journal.
Tracks Your Progress: It is fun to record how big your tummy has gone over the last few months by journaling your pregnancy. You can also reflect on your previous experiences if plan on getting pregnant again.
Remember Valuable Tips: Keeping a journal during pregnancy can be a great way to taken on advice. You can write your friends advice, suggestions, and even tips.
Celebrates Your Happy Moments: Happy moments such as, when you first found out that it was a boy or a girl or what was your first reaction when you saw the ultrasound image of your baby.
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Manage Doctor’s Appointments: Each time you visit your doctor. You could note the date of the next appointment in the journal. This will make sure you do not miss any appointments. It will also allow you to adjust your busy schedule.
Future Planning Tool: Your pregnancy journal could come in handy a big way during your second pregnancy. It will help you remember what worked and what didn’t when you had morning sickness or other symptoms during the first pregnancy.
Sets Your Goals: Putting this information down on paper is a simple way to organise and hold yourself responsible for your goals. It gives you the chance to accomplish them more.
Reduces Stress: Letting out your thoughts during pregnancy, can help you find solutions to your pregnancy fears and manage the anxiety that comes from negative thoughts.
Overcome morning sickness: keeping a pregnancy journal, you will notice that some foods tend to cause more discomfort than others.
Organises: journaling can also help to coordinate your duties, manage your time efficiently and ultimately make you a more productive mom to be.
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