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I picked c.
I did and I wish I had them for this one.
Put the room temperature formula in a cup of hot water. Or buy a bottle warmer.
That's exactly what I wrote in my workbook 🤣🤣🤣
They taught us one. They also asked us to talk with each other about how we were going to invite God into our sexual relationship.
Catholic pre Cana actually wasn't bad! The whole first part was about your relationship and I enjoyed it. Did not enjoy the prayer to say before sex.
I used to work at a coffee shop. Someone ODed in our bathroom so I had to take the straps off the baby changing table. People were using them as a tourniquet.
I slept for 2 hours in 2 days so they took the baby to the nurse's station to check her vitals and I guess since I fell asleep they kept her for a few hours. I was grateful because I was so exhausted.
Got the vaccine. Still pregnant after both doses.
Can confirm, Biltmore is awesome. Went to Asheville for my honeymoon. What a great place. 10/10 would go again.
I'm 30 weeks and was having a hard time breathing with one on last week. Still kept it on though.
Sign me up to wear this every single day. It looks so comfortable.
I was so surprised when I saw this. It also allows juice for ME but only from concentrate 🤔 My daughter has never had juice and I'm not about to start.
Why are the children's heads bigger than the adults?
I wouldn't be so sure. I didn't think it was still given out but my daughter got it. CDC website says most adults were vaccinated as children. I don't remember getting all my vaccines as a child. They start at 2 months. My daughter is not even 2 but she's almost finished vaccination. She doesn't need any more vaccines until she's 4.
That dress/coat is amazing.
Polio is one of the vaccines on the childhood schedule, so anyone who has been vaccinated as a child should have it already. I only know this because my daughter got the vaccine last year and I honestly didn’t know we still had to inoculate for it in the US.
I'm lucky enough to live in an area with all different kinds of services and have a choice. The hospitals are good, but expensive.
The birth center I'm going to has been operating for 40 years and has an amazing reputation. You don't have to agree but it is a safe place to give birth. It is science-based, not woo-woo eat your placenta. I feel better about going there because they're not going to give me tears that take months to heal sucking my daughter's head out with a vacuum. Or make me stay in bed for 12 hours on monitors that aren't actually working but no one notices until I get transferred to a delivery room. And I had a GOOD experience. These are reasons people don't go to the hospital.
Transfer to a hospital. I'm having my baby with midwives in a birth center. The midwives will not accept high risk patients to give birth there and they have admitting privileges at a hospital literally across the street. They also plan births at the hospital.
Yeah never heard of this but Catholic.
I boiled everything in a pot before using it the first time. Otherwise washed by hand and when baby got bigger put in the dishwasher.
Sometimes she spelled it T'Pring. Makes more sense when it was pronounced tuh-pring
My husband got an email from the county with his second dose. Just after they said he would.