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Mothers and Mothers-to-be, your thoughts are much appreciated.

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Hello everyone. I want to know what you think about this.

What is the most important thing that you would like to know about your baby before, during, or after pregnancy?

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What I'd like to know about my baby before pregnancy:

Whether she'll be a good sleeper, or if she'll be like DS.  It would be so nice to know how little sleep I'm going to get this go 'round ROTFLMAO.gif

 

What I'd like to know about my baby during my pregnancy:

What part of my baby, exactly, is lodged up under my rib right now?  I wish I had a peek window on this belly of mine.

 

What I'd like to know about my baby after my pregnancy:

Whether or not baby really notices a difference in the taste of my milk based on what I eat.  I could never tell by tasting it myself.  My mother always gave me guff for eating too many jalapenos, saying it would affect the flavor of my milk, but I'm pretty sure I could have been making motor oil, and DS would have still been 24/7 attached thumb.gif

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Thank you for your input. 

 

Is he your baby in the pix with you because he is adorable. It looks like that little machine could run forever, and it all thanks to you motor oil I presume. 

 

Are those some of the things that get you worry the most?

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Before: not to worry that DS was breech because he turned (unbeknownst to me) sometime right before I went into labor.

After: that I would miss having him so so near to me the second he was out of me...happytears.gif

 

 

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jedidiah, we don't permit members to use the forums to promote their book or ask marketing type questions of members for developing items they plan to produce - which is what you have expressed is your intent in another thread. So please limit your participation to sharing of advice and information and asking questions that are specific to you as an individual so you can establish yourself as a sincere member of our community.

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