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Planning Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy. Have a preconception checkup. This includes finding a practitioner before you get pregnant. Both you and your partner should be sure to be seen Start taking a prenatal vitamin with folic acid. Prenatal vitamins can help reduce the likelihood of certain. Your Pregnancy Checklist: How to Prepare for a Baby. Month 1. Take your vitamins.

As soon as you know you’re pregnant, start taking a prenatal supplement with 400mcg of folic acid if you aren’t already. Month 2. Month 3. Month 4. Month 5. “Any woman thinking about getting pregnant in the next three to six months should start taking a daily multivitamin with 400 micrograms of folic acid,” says Dr. Wider. According to the March of.

Start and stick to a fitness plan now, and you’ll be rewarded with a healthy body that’s fit for pregnancy. A healthy exercise program includes 30 minutes or more of moderate exercise, such as walking or cycling and weight training, on most days of the week. Reduce Gaps: Usually while planning a baby it has been seen that men remain abstain (saving fertility for ovulation), reduces the motility and quality of sperms. If you are planning a baby having sex alternate days is the most conductive option for pregnancy.

Very Long family Planning. Planning for Pregnancy. 1. Make a Plan and Take Action. Whether or not you’ve written them down, you’ve probably thought about your goals for having or not having 2. See Your Doctor. 3. Take 400 Micrograms of Folic Acid Every Day.

4. Stop Drinking Alcohol, Smoking, and. After all, the amount of baby supplies a newborn requires can take any mom-to-be by surprise. But how do you figure out which are the baby items you can forget about, and which are the essential baby items you can’t live without? Don’t stress: We’re breaking it all down for you.

Read on for a complete list of things you need for a new baby. Start taking whatever vitamin supplements you may need. The most obvious one is folic acid.

You should start taking this one month before conception and continue taking it for the first three months of pregnancy. When taken correctly, folic acid may help reduce the risk of spina bifida in unborn babies. If you think you’ll be able to have your baby and then things will go back to normal right away, you’re in for a surprise. Parenthood expert Elly Taylor told The List, “Don’t plan for life to get back to normal as soon as possible after your baby joins you.This is a unique time in your life, so don’t rush it if you. Plan your family leave The Family and Medical Leave Act entitles certain employees to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave when they have a baby.

Your employer may also offer a certain number of weeks of paid maternity leave and your partner may be entitled to paid paternity leave.

List of related literature:

Learn everything you can about your child’s condition and any procedures that are planned.

“What to Expect: The Second Year” by Heidi Murkoff
from What to Expect: The Second Year
by Heidi Murkoff
Simon & Schuster UK, 2012

For a complete list of tips, see chapter 21 of What to Expect When You’re Expecting.

“What To Expect The 1st Year [rev Edition]” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What To Expect The 1st Year [rev Edition]
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

Healthy birth practice #4: Avoid interventions unless they are medically necessary.

“Infant and Toddler Development from Conception to Age 3: What Babies Ask of Us” by Mary Jane Maguire-Fong, Marsha Peralta
from Infant and Toddler Development from Conception to Age 3: What Babies Ask of Us
by Mary Jane Maguire-Fong, Marsha Peralta
Teachers College Press, 2018

Read Chapters 3, 4 and 5 for what really happens when your partner is pregnant, then help her get through the experience by trying a few of these tips.

“Dad's Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies” by Stefan Korn, Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij
from Dad’s Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies
by Stefan Korn, Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij
Wiley, 2011

Parenting Tip If you need to stay in bed right after the birth (as women with C-sections often do), make the bed a playpen and baby-care station by keeping toys, books, diapers, clothing, food, and items needed for breast-feeding within reach.

“Pregnancy Journal, 3rd Edition (ebook) *OP*: A Day-to-Day Guide to a Healthy and Happy Pregnancy” by A. Christine Harris, Greg Stadler
from Pregnancy Journal, 3rd Edition (ebook) *OP*: A Day-to-Day Guide to a Healthy and Happy Pregnancy
by A. Christine Harris, Greg Stadler
Chronicle Books LLC, 2010

The best way to prepare for a new baby is to build a

“Clutterfree with Kids: Change your thinking. Discover new habits. Free your home.” by Joshua Becker
from Clutterfree with Kids: Change your thinking. Discover new habits. Free your home.
by Joshua Becker
Becoming Minimalist, 2014

The following suggestions may help you adjust to your new role: • Learn about the normal development and behavior of newborns by reading books on the subject and attending your baby’s well-baby checkups.

“Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide” by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, Ann Keppler, Janelle Durham, April Bolding
from Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide
by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, et. al.
Meadowbrook, 2016

Have a consultation with a woman in the first month after giving birth and use the checklist.

“Mayes' Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives” by Sue Macdonald
from Mayes’ Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives
by Sue Macdonald
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

chance to see how I did things and how to cope with and care for a baby when travelling on a plane, in taxis and while staying in different accommodation.

“Baby Whispering” by Sharlene Poole
from Baby Whispering
by Sharlene Poole
Penguin Random House New Zealand, 2012

Keep mother and partner informed throughout process of labor and birth

“Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Nursing for NCLEX-RN® Examination” by Judith S. Green, Mary Ann Hellmer Saul, Dolores F. Saxton, Patricia M. Nugent, Phyllis K. Pelikan
from Mosby’s Comprehensive Review of Nursing for NCLEX-RN® Examination
by Judith S. Green, Mary Ann Hellmer Saul, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

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  • Thx for sharing marissa! It’s funny how expensive my wife and I thought our first baby was going to be. Now with our third baby, we’ve learned just how much the baby stuff marketed to parents are unnecessary.

  • I’m apparently pregnant, but I’m going to be putting them up for adoption because I’m not able to take care of them, I’m in college and I don’t have a job so it wouldn’t be a good environment for a baby

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  • Lol I don’t have a baby but it’s incredible to me how many people think that having a baby is gonna be like some sweet little hallmark dream. Thats why i use birth control until I’m 1000 percent ready to give my entire life to a tiny, screaming, poopy human

  • Jared don’t be a baby haha I was so sick when I was little tons and spent plenty of time at primary’s and the hospitals during the holidays got poked so many times I didn’t flinch and I would even say thank you and they would find a huge stuffed animal �� they could start 4 IVS and I wouldn’t flinch! Jared didn’t you just tell to Britt to shut up oh boy doghouse tonight! Scottie is so cute!

  • Definitely praying for good news!!! Britt love your natural color, go for it!!! As my hubby used to always tell me,”you can always go back” lol

  • Good parents?are you going to be good parents, I’m betting you will please be on a good start watch THE TRUTH ABOUT VACCINES on youtube by DR Russell Blaylock

  • Salam meri shadi ko 8 mahiny huye hein meri pregancy conseive nhi ho rahi aur mere periods date ane se pehly ho jaty hein plz guide me

  • Prayers for positive news and moving forward into parenthood. No to red hair so hard to keep up. How about doing some low lights and highlights. The best of both hair colors. ������

  • I needed to hear this today. I love watching your videos and I started watching them when I was pregnant. Now my baby is 10 months old and I was just thinking to myself today.. What has happened and how much life has changed obviously for the better. There are so many changes in me as a mum and as a person. But this video was really relaxing to watch and thank you Emily!! I feel so much better now. Please keep the lovely content coming:)

  • Great video I love ‘You know your baby best’. I teach pregnancy and postnatal yoga and there’s almost too much advice thrust on new mums that they can find it hard to listen to their intuition Xx

  • Hello. I am 32 years old lady and now I want to conceive. I noticed my bbt and cervical mucus for last 5 months and come to know that I have my ovulation on 12th to 14th days of my cycle. This month I had my period on 13th September. I had sex on 9th days after my period. Can I be pregnant

  • HI Emily, My little boy is 3 weeks old today and I have just found you on youtube. You have given me a lot of confidence for what is to come. Love your energy and am grateful you keep going with supporting your community. <3

  • 1. How massive a life change it is (social, career).
    2. There is no expert on your baby except for you. Trust your instincts.
    3. Get your partner on board with parenting rules.
    4. Get your baby into a routine as soon as you can.
    5. Naps are not the be all end all.
    6. Changing a diaper is no big deal, it’s a great bonding time.
    7. Dont be too hard on yourself, parenting is very hard and emotionally draining. Dont be afraid to accept help.
    8. Have a stocked first aid kit.
    9. Breastfeeding can be really hard.
    10. How much love you feel when you have a baby it can make you insane.

  • Britt, I think that you should just add some highlights instead of fully bleaching your roots because it will still keep your hair nice and blond but be a little less maintenance than having to fully bleach your roots all of the time. And definitely just get a trim because you have such gorgeous long hair and it looks great on you! ��

  • I’m petrified of needles too and have had multiple experiences with surgeries, blood draws, and IVs. So, I totally understand where Jared is coming from.

  • I thought all women are given EBT cards that cover all cost to taking care of kid’s. The dad’s get sued for everything that she’s getting for Free.��

  • I never thaught i become a helicopter mum so many fears got to me as soon as my baby was born and i lost friends. And just like you said i would stay home to stay in a routine so she could nap i would isolate myself alot just for her to stay in routine or i would look up to packing so much stuff i would just stay she is older its not like that anymore it gets easyer and i know with a second one i would know so much more as i did before..the first child is so overwelming i believe but it will get easyer with time

  • Emily, I have been ordering Pampers ever since you recommended them. However, I noticed in the last couple months the quality of the diapers have really gone down. Is there any other diapers you recommend?

  • Great video, Emily! The 12 week mark was the same for me, I sat down and finally felt like I had somewhat of a handle on being a mum! I used your routine video for Jackson when my daughter was around 4 months old. I don’t know where I would have been without it, and many more of your videos! ❤️

  • I wish I’d known how bad postpartum depression can be. I didn’t even know it existed until I was experiencing it after I gave birth to my son. It was so bad for me that I was scared to have another child. I did everything to prevent it the second time around but it was still pretty bad. I have two beautiful children now but just because of the postpartum depression I don’t want any more. People really don’t talk about this enough.

  • Your min pin is identical to mine. Mines name is peanut. This little dude is just as cute tho and I never thought i’d say that lol.

  • I wish I knew everything! My parents told me only about the beautiful things. I really thought being a mom is wonderful 24/7! My mom told me that it was easy for her raising 4 kids. She never complained in front of us! So I never had any idea how hard it can be. I wasn’t prepared for my own kids well enough but it seems like no parent is ever! There is always a new situation we have to face every day! It’s like having your own company with big responsibilities but you have no clue what you should do.

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Excuse me for butting in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you heard about Pannmily Intellective Paramountcy (do a search on google)? It is a great one of a kind product for falling pregnant naturally without the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cousin at very last got excellent results with it.

  • Meet the Millers visit that hospital a lot with their baby Jenson. Sweetest little boy ever! Check out their YT channel.

    Can’t wait to hear the news of the pregnancy!! You guys are so cute and will be the sweetest parents!

  • I’m a first time mom to a son who’s almost 19 months. I just wanted to say THANK YOU for #2. It’s so true and something I wish I had known before becoming a mother and earlier on in my son’s life. Mother’s instincts are legitimate and very accurate, not to be ignored.

  • Hi Emily I’m one of your follower I like all your videos, I live in birmingham, I’m a mother for 3 boys as well, my eldest son is 7 and 9months and my second boy is 4 and has just started reception this year, 2 months old baby. My dear I know that feeling of love I like to be with them all the time.

  • I had no help apart from my husband. Sometimes you have to muddle through. Get a cleaner?? Emily, you need to understand that £30 a week is not possible for some. How many hours did your cleaner work for £30? Not many I hope. Your advice isn’t for everyone is it? It would have been lovely if I’d had some support during the day when my husband went to work. Just someone who could have washed a few dishes, load the washing machine, do some ironing, put the kettle on. I had to get into a routine pretty quick (much sooner than 8 weeks) for my own sanity. I’m still wondering how you think that everyone can ‘get a cleaner.’

  • Love this! So true! Wish I had known quite a few things before having my baby for sure, I have been watching yours and Hayley’s channel for years��❤️❤️

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  • Omg Emily!! This video made me cry! Your content and the way you expressed it was beautiful! I love you and your videos! So much inspiration, as a mum of two boys I aspire to be like you ❤️ thank you so much Emily!

  • Dr.mere ande kam ban rhe h uske liye kya kare ya aesa kis karan se hota h mujhe 2018 me pregncy hui thi but miscarrige ho gya tha baby ki grwth na hone ki vajeh se please bataye mujhe k kya Karna chahiye mujhe

  • Im happy for you guys. Having a baby is very exciting. Im currently one week away from 6 months with my first baby. I had that blood test and im working with a genetic person because my fiance has a genetic condition call NF1. There is no to test for it while the baby is inside me but the genetic person will work with us after our son is born because he has a 50/50 chance of having this condition. Im rooting for you!

  • When I get my blood drawn I like to watch. The nurse tried to get me to look away, I said, “I like to watch, I don’t like the poke surprise.” She said, “I just drew blood from a big biker dude. He was all dressed in leather, tattoos head to toe, muscles for miles…” he cried before I even got the needle in, then passed out after I got the needle in” she said, “I did not expect that with all those tattoos”

  • I don’t have any children, but I am an elementary teacher and I hear so many different views. I hear that children are incredibly expensive and I’ve also heard that children are not expensive at all and only add minimally to their household finances. This may sound confusing, but honestly, I think this tells me that children CAN be expensive, and as long as the children are healthy and do not have many special needs, children are only expensive if you allow them to be. Just like eating out and going on vacation can be expensive, but only if you allow it to be. I might get some hate on comparing kids to those things, but it’s just a comparison to put things in perspective. Of course there are possibilities that could increase costs if a child has health problems or other special needs, so you do need to plan for just in case, but as far as generally, I think kids are only expensive if you allow them to be.

  • Hi Marissa! These are great tips; I wrote down the new ideas I hadn’t thought of before. You have super helpful content, keep it up!:)

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  • Great video. My eldest is already 2.5 and youngest is 4 months and completely agree how fast time flies and how much they change. I have had two traumatic births with both my girls, and the sudden responsibility was so overwhelming. With our eldest all I can remember was crying loads and worrying about her. I would cry because she wasn’t crying in the night when she woke and I wouldn’t know what do to. The mother’s instinct is so correct. With our youngest I no longer panic because I can pick up on her cues and help her without thinking it’s a race against a clock. It’s a relief!

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  • I tried to get my blood tested 8 years ago to see if I carry the BRCA gene for breast cancer but my insurance wouldn’t pay for it. Several cousins and me and my sister have all been diagnosed with it but my insurance wouldn’t pay for us to find out if it was because of genetics. When my sister got old enough to go on Medicare they paid for her to have the BRCA test. It says we don’t have the gene, but I think there is another gene that they don’t know about yet that can cause it.

  • Hi I have question about why you are choosing to do the genetic screening. If you both turn out to be a carrier for cf meaning there would be a 25% chance that your kids will have cf what will you do with that information? Would you consider Preimplantation genetic testing, or PGT to see which embryos have cf and only implant those? Or this just for the sake of knowing wether your should be worried about cf?

  • Sir me 1sal se try kr rhi hi pregnecy k liye pr me ab tk pregnet nhi ho pa rhi hu Mene Dr. Ki dikhaya SB normal h fir bhi me pregnet nhi ho pa rhi hu sir pls muje btaye na ki kha problm aa rhi h pls sir ��

  • Wait until after 20 weeks that still gives you a lot of time to get ready. Honestly so much about parenting is go with the flow and seems like personally for me it was less planning is more. Of course life insurance and saving money for out of pocket L&D expenses are super important but the more flexible and less stressed you are about the money the better. I am a planner and type A and after 3 kids I have learned that you will always have what you need when you need it. Planning is awesome but stay flexible and don’t plan so much you don’t enjoy what’s happening. Babies and kids are cheap thankfully they don’t need much to be happy and healthy!

  • All great tips! My husband and I have been living on one income and saving the other! Been budgeting like crazy and putting money into sinking funds.

  • It is not my experience having raised two children who are a lot older than yours that everything will just fall into place and you’ll find a flow and I don’t think that you should tell people that that will necessarily happen.

  • Praying your test results come back normal, can’t wait to hear when u r pregnant, love watching I guys along with This Is How We Bingham that’s how I came across your channel and going to pray u guys find your starter home soon. God bless u both.

  • Thank you for being so open with your life. We are going to start trying for our first child next February and this video is super helpful! Seeing youtubers like yourself talk about your miscarriage made me realize it is common. I talked to some of my friends and was surprised a few of them had gone through the same. Best wishes to you and your husband.

  • Wow-Scottie, Glynna and Finn in the same vlog!! What a treat! Scottie is such a lucky girl to have Glynna for a Grandma! You will look beautiful whatever you do with your hair Britt! Change is always fun!

  • I am Nada I am from Saudi Arabia, I moved recently to Chicago USA with a 1-year-old boy and I heard the winter in Chicago very bad please I want your help what is the best way to keep my baby worm what is the winter essential for baby. thank you xoxo.

  • Jared, really? Don’t ever have an accident. I broke my right femur, was in traction for 6 weeks and surgery. I had at least one shot every 4 hours. I also had 5 or 6 different IV’s. I had so many sticks my arms and hips were bruised for 3 months. Needles? I can do them without a blink of an eye.

  • Jared wait until labour. Britt had to go through so much once she is pregnant, so you will need to harden up quickly. We have the same in our extended family and have only just found out we are potential carriers. My daughter was pregnant at the time and she was tested and came back fine. Hopefully you get the results you want.

  • You are so beautiful.. Hopefull.. And encouraging.. Youre calming my troubled waters and sometimes I wonder if love is enough and watching you made me feel like it will be����

  • Thank you for the tips. My baby girl is now 10 mo. I really have come into motherhood clueless. Now that I am living it, it’s really been tough. I always look forward to my babies nap times, I miss my working life and break times of silence just to myself.

  • Britt…definitely keep your hair long. I think Jared will agree to that. If you want to do a slight change you could do a couple of different shades of blonde with maybe a bit of Carmel color. It would give it more definition. I do like your hair blonde though…you have the perfect skin tone for it.

  • I get my blood tested a lot because of being diabetic among other things. They check mine at least every 3 months! It gets easier when you get it done all the time. Praying for positive results for you both.

  • Hey Emily.. for 9th breastfeeding point, the text is saying something else in the video.. its showing 5th one, don’t be obsessed with naps.. but loved the video