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Deciding Whether Husbands Should Be in the Delivery Room

February 11, 2011 0

It may seem hard to believe, but men, including husbands and doctors, were once unwanted or even considered as an intruder in delivery room. Before 1960’s, it was very rare for husbands to watch the delivery process directly.

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Determining Whether You Are Ready to Adopt a Child

February 10, 2011 0

Parents’ readiness for an adoption is based on emotional as well as rational issues, along with fears and concerns. Parents need to reach a state where they are completely ready for an adoption which allows them to become directed and very proactive.

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Stages of Baby Prematurity

February 10, 2011 0

One thing is predictable about kids; they are unpredictable! Those little babies may prove this fact right off the bat; some of them unexpectedly arrive weeks before the due date.

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Getting Prepared for a Highly Sensitive Baby

January 13, 2011 0

Many people get prepared for the baby’s arrival by building a beautiful nursery, deciding whether they should co-sleep or buy a crib, and find ways to secure the baby in their cars.