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pregnant with seven babies
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  • (of a woman or female animal) Having a child or young developing in the uterus
  • Having been in such a condition for a specified time
  • The youngest member of a family or group
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  • A young or newly born animal
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Your Over-35 Week-by-Week Pregnancy Guide: All the Answers to All Your Questions About Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Developing Baby
Your Over-35 Week-by-Week Pregnancy Guide: All the Answers to All Your Questions About Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Developing Baby
Know What to Expect Week-by-Week
Preparing for the arrival of a new baby is both a joy and a challenge. This is true at any age, but as an expectant mother over the age of 35 you want real answers for your unique needs and concerns. With wisdom and compassion, Dr. Kelly Shanahan shares her own experiences as an obstetrician and over-35 mom. Her detailed and reassuring approach will help you understand the significant changes in your body and life as well as your baby's development. Inside, you will find:
·Explanations and answers for your special health concerns
·Advice about making career, relationship, and lifestyle adjustments
·Practical tips for safe weight gain, exercise, and travel
·Excerpts from Dr. Shanahan's journal of her over-35 pregnancy
From pregnancy planning and proper nutrition to labor and delivery, this informative book will fully prepare you for the birth of your healthy, happy baby.
"A must-read for expectant couples over the age of 35 and a valuable reference for pregnancy at any age." —Lynn D. Montgomery, M.D., director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Rocky Mountain Perinatal Center, Missoula, Montana
"This book addresses virtually all of the questions commonly asked by expectant couples. Great job." —E. Albert Reexed M.D., professor and chairman, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Temple University
"A work of art and a work of love, with a lot of good science thrown in along the way." —R. Daniel Braun, M.D., FACOG, clinical professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Indiana University School of Medicine
"What a great, week-by-week, commonsense journey through pregnancy!" —William F. von Almen II, M.D., FACOG, editorial adviser,

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Drew Brees - Coming Back Stronger (Xmas present from baby sister Moni)
Drew Brees - Coming Back Stronger (Xmas present from baby sister Moni)
Brees tells his story of overcoming a potentially career-ending shoulder injury with the San Diego Chargers in 2005 and how that opened the door for him to join the Saints and embark on the journey to win a Super Bowl. He also writes about his experience of becoming part of New Orleans and other moments in his life when he has called upon his faith in God to carry him through. "I really poured my heart and soul into the book," Brees said. "It's a labor of love, and I hope everybody gets out of it what I put into it. I did it with the belief it could help a lot of people." Brees said the part of the book to which he devoted the most time was where he addresses his mother's suicide. Brees' parents divorced when he was 7 years old, and in chapter 15, Brees recounts the news of his mother's death Aug. 7, 2009. He calls his relationship with his mother "toxic," in that he felt like a different person around her -- "someone he did not want to be." In the face of the tragedy enveloping his family, Brees tells how he and his family overcame feelings of guilt and sadness and ultimately strengthened their bond, consistently praying for his mother and realizing the healing power of God in any situation. "You immediately have so many regrets," Brees said. "You're searching for answers and start tracing back through your memory about the last seven and eight years to all the things you wish you would have done differently." Although it was challenging to put "one of the toughest experiences of my life" into words, he said it was well worth the effort to provide solace to readers enduring similar hardships. "It's a very private and very sensitive thing, but I felt like I owed it to myself and to others who might have gone through something like this," Brees said. "I hope it might be therapy for them and help others." Helping others is something Brees and his wife, Brittany, have routinely done before and since they moved to New Orleans. In addition to the Brees Dream Foundation the couple established in 2003, Drew and Brittany have raised $5 million for cancer research and care for cancer patients, as well as aid for rebuilding schools, parks and playgrounds in New Orleans, San Diego and the Purdue area in West Lafayette, Ind. In chapter 13, Brees writes, "I sensed that God was bringing us (to New Orleans) for a reason ... As much as Brittany and I have invested in New Orleans in terms of football and the foundation, the city has given it all back to us tenfold." He said the city's recovery from Hurricane Katrina is a prime example of his message to come back stronger. "This city gets in your blood pretty quick, " Brees said. "And as terrible as Katrina was, many people will look back on it years from now as an opportunity that was created to really start over and build the foundation back up in a lot of ways better than it was before." What ultimately led Brees to the opportunity to become a Saint was a dislocated right shoulder he suffered in the Chargers' final regular-season game against the Denver Broncos on Dec. 31, 2005. He said at the time he initially struggled to see anything but the worst-case scenario -- that he might never wear an NFL uniform again. Now his outlook is very different, as Brees said his faith enabled him to get through that bump on the road to the pinnacle of NFL success -- a Super Bowl championship for a team that had never been on that stage before Brees' arrival. "(My shoulder injury) was probably the best thing that ever happened to me because it brought me to New Orleans and gave me the opportunities I've had here, " Brees said. Another opportunity Drew and Brittany have is to raise their children in New Orleans. Their son, Baylen, was born in January 2009, and Brittany now is pregnant with a second boy, due in October. It wasn't always a cinch that Brees would continue his career with the Saints after his injury. Brees details how the decision was made in chapter seven, "Miami vs. New Orleans." Brees and his agent, Tom Condon, were significantly leaning toward Miami after his contract fell through with San Diego. He writes that it was "hard to see anything but the cons" of New Orleans, a team with a lot of unknowns that had been dysfunctional for a long time and just gone through the biggest natural disaster in the history of the country, Condon said. But it was a call to then-Dolphins Coach Nick Saban that sealed his future. Brees knew the Saints' message to him was, "We want you here, and we believe in you, " but the Dolphins were more hesitant to place faith in Brees in light of his shoulder injury. That tentative attitude from the Dolphins was all Brees needed to finalize his decision to sign with the Saints. Now four years later, Brees expresses his gratitude to the city for saving him on his road to c
Five of the seven. I found Isa(bella), a stray or abandoned weimaraner, in a small town in central TX. She was penned outdoors and covered in ticks, and on her last day within a euthanizing shelter. I scooped her up out of there, and drove her home to Austin. What we didn't know, and what the shelter somehow didn't know, was that she was pregnant, with seven beautiful babies. . . . A lot of work but all seven survived and grew into great big fat puppies, including little Charlotte (left) who we had to help a lot due to her tiny size. I lost a lot of sleep, but we endured, loved them up, and helped them grow until the superb staff of Weimaraner Rescue of North TX were able to place the babies individually into deserving homes.

pregnant with seven babies
pregnant with seven babies
The Healthy Pregnancy Cookbook: Eating Twice as Well for a Healthy Baby
Eating nutritiously is especially important during pregnancy, but exactly what is healthy, safe and nourishing is often confusing for expectant mothers. This cookbook gives clear, reassuring and up-to-the-minute advice to expectant and new mothers on choosing the best foods for themselves and for their developing baby. Every recipe is accompanied by detailed nutritional information and explanations of the benefits of specific ingredients. What's more, the delicious, gourmet recipes celebrate the joys of eating during pregnancy, and will still be enjoyable long after baby is born.
The Healthy Pregnancy Cookbook includes:
Nearly 100 recipes created for maximum pleasure and vitality
Nutrients that are most important for a healthy pregnancy
Best foods to eat during pregnancy and while nursing
Advice on relieving morning sickness and other common pregnancy ailments
From quick and easy snack ideas to soothing breakfast foods, from lighter dinners to elegant dishes perfect for guests, you'll enjoy delicious recipes such as:
Vanilla Apple Compote with Honeyed Greek Yogurt
Avocado, Tomato and Cilantro on Sourdough Bread
Couscous Salad with Chargrilled Chicken
Roast Cod with Lentils and Bell Peppers
Baked Peaches on Brioche
A cookbook filled with delicious recipes and up-to-the-minute nutrition advice for mothers-to-be

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