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Woman Saves Countless Hours by Printing Pamphlets of Frequently Asked Questions About Her Pregnancy

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Local pregnant woman, Jocelyn Bellee, has devised a genius plan to reclaim her time and sanity during pregnancy. Bellee, 29, has reportedly saved hundreds of hours by designing and printing pamphlets containing answers to the most frequently asked questions about her pregnancy and handing them out to anyone even thinking about asking her a question.

Tired of answering the same set of questions over and over, Bellee decided to take matters into her own hands. Armed with a stack of pamphlets titled “Jocelyn Belle Pregnancy FAQs: A Complete Guide,” she has become a trailblazer of efficiency in a world full of questions.

The pamphlet covers everything from the due date, baby’s gender, name ideas, and if she plans to breastfeed. “I realized that I was spending more time repeating the same information than actually preparing for the baby,” Bellee explained. “So, I thought, why not design a handout and cut out all these repetitive and half-hearted conversations?”

Friends and family members have expressed their gratitude for the informative pamphlet, with some even suggesting that Bellee should consider copyrighting and selling the concept to other expecting moms.

“It’s like having a pregnancy cheat sheet,” exclaimed Bellee’s best friend, Emily. “I’m already brainstorming ideas for my pamphlet, but I should probably find a husband first.”

The pamphlet also includes a section titled “Things Not to Say to a Pregnant Woman Unless You Want to Be Slapped,” featuring classic gems like “Are you sure it’s not twins?” and “You look like you’re about to pop!”

Local printing shops are reportedly seeing an uptick in requests for similar pamphlets, as pregnant women around town catch wind of Bellee’s revolutionary time-saving strategy. However, Bellee remains modest about her newfound fame.

“I’m just doing what any tired, pregnant woman would do,” she said, waving off the attention. “If I can save even one expecting mom from having to repeat the same answers over and over, then it’s all worth it.”

In the meantime, Bellee plans to expand her pamphlet collection to cover postpartum FAQs, just in time for the next round of inevitable questions from annoying but well-meaning relatives.


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