Pope wrote Mommy IQ during her third and most recent pregnancy. “It’s very important that it was written during the pregnancy as opposed to after it,” Pope said. “Experienced mothers often forget some of the most important details that moms-to-be want to know.”
The stylish mompreneur said she asked her doctor all of the tough, embarrassing questions her fans didn’t want to ask. “Every little thing,” she laughed. Pope’s book is drenched in medical research and lays rest to myths that expecting mothers spend time researching and stressing over.
The book is divided into chronological sections, beginning with conception and carrying readers all the way through their pregnancy, one month at a time. Pope explained that the conclusion of the book is what sets Mommy IQ apart from most books of its genre. In the closing, she guides readers through the first 14 days that follow the baby’s arrival. “It’s the thing that most authors don’t include, and those days are the toughest,” Pope said. “It’s a period of huge adaptation, and you need guidance. You need to know that you’re not the first mother to feel this way.”
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