The early weeks of pregnancy are fragile—and confusing. Here, the answers to your questions.
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Odds are, you’ll have your baby before this band or something like it finds it way to the mass market. Want to give your partner a similar bonding experience? Here are 5 ideas that will make him swoon:
If you time it right, he’ll feel movement. Try spooning at night, too: the baby might kick him right in the back!
They say it helps baby learn dad’s voice … and it’s never too early to start prepping your kid for the SAT!
It’s not too early to get a head start on breastfeeding -- and research shows that women who have their partner’s support are able to breastfeed longer. Infant CPR is a good one, too: Dad (and Mom) will feel less jittery if they know what to do in a life-threatening emergency.
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Not only will he most likely get to see the baby in ultrasounds and listen to the heartbeat, it will reinforce the fact that he’s on this journey with you. Because, as the Huggies commercial puts it, “they are pregnant too.”