A few days ago my wife of almost two years woke me holding in her hand a pregnancy test with a blue plus sign.
We're both extremely happy and excited to be able to serve as parents as we realize it's a tremendous responsibility.
I did some searching on the forum and was able to find some information about nutritional supplementation during pregnancy (magnesium and iron, especially).
I've read The Vegetarian Myth and have adjusted our diets to mostly meats, saturated fats, some well-cooked veggies and a little carbs (mostly buckwheat, some whole-grain, dark bread and rarely potatoes - she likes sugar in her tea, but she's decreased the amount significantly over the past few months). We never drank that much coffee and now we stopped completely.
My intent is to also to get our schedules to be more 'regular' -- get up and go to sleep at the same time every day.
I'm also planning on reading Primal Body, Primal Mind and Life Without Bread (along with corresponding discussions) to help solidify our knowledge base regarding our diet.
While my wife has already read a couple of books about pregnancy and the child's early years, I personally don't know what to expect during the next 9 months (and beyond). I know that I would like to be prepared to be the most supportive husband and father that I can be.
Having said that, I wanted to ask the Network for pregnancy-specific reading recommendations and/or advice from experience. Both of our families are ready and willing to help us, but we'd like to be as knowledgeable about this wonderful experience as we can.