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  • 3Princes 07-14-09 | 01:38 PM
  • What is your biggest worry with a new baby?
  • teddybear1082 teddybear1082's Avatar 07-15-09 | 08:42 AM
  • I am worried about how my dd will react. SHe will be 26 months when this baby is born.
  • osrasi osrasi's Avatar 07-15-09 | 11:19 AM
  • Easy one for me...that I can manage everyones schedules with the addition of this new little.

    I worry about geting my 6 old to school, continuing my little girls wonderful sleeping and eat schedules and on top of that introduce a new little baby to this very big world while establishing routines and scheduled for them.

    Honestly, I'm just going to try to "get through" the first year because I know it will get easier.

    Now I look back and think one was a piece of cake !
  • miss.mizer 07-15-09 | 03:38 PM
  • im going to be a first time mommy so the thought of everything is pretty overwhelming.baths,crying, and how daddys going to be. im an only child so never was around babies growing up,daddy has 2 younger siblings so hes allrdy has experience lol. im just glad to have a huge suppost system. plus all the birthing and parenting classes will help alot too.
  • osrasi osrasi's Avatar 07-15-09 | 04:31 PM
  • It's funny people say you will just know what to do and you know what you do for the most part. I was scared the first time around as well but just trust your gut...I listened to too many people and that's when self-doubt kicks in. I was an only child as well so didn't have much experience with babies. Hubby has 2 nieces so he knew a little more then me.

    You will be fine...just enjoy the newborn stage because it doesn't last for very long.

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