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Pregnancy - Enjoy It

 

Having a baby is both exciting and demanding, rewarding and frustrating, worrying and yet emotionally satisfying and fulfilling. There is now plenty of opportunity to read about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood and to talk to friends and professional advisers. Efficient methods and techniques help with pain and with any problems in labor. Be optimistic, be realistic, and retain your sense of humour as you approach this fascinating and very important period of your lives.

 
Remember Pregnancy is not a Disease: Enjoy It.

Taking the trouble to be prepared in advance and to plan your future is never more important than when you are having a baby. A little forethought can reduce your worries during pregnancy and in months of baby care that lie ahead. Think about your welfare as a family and especially about what steps you can take to give your baby the best possible start. Having children is a privilege which can enrich the lives of a couple in many ways, but children do bring obligations and responsibilities. Undoubtedly the future happiness and compatibility of children is shaped by the family in which they are brought up.

You should discuss as a couple how you think your lifestyles may be affected by pregnancy and a baby talk with friends who have been though the experience. Being three is never the same as being two. Your relationships and personal freedom change and you will both need to adjust and think about the future.

 
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