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The anticipation and arrival of a new family member is an exciting time in your household.

As an expectant mother, you'll experience changes throughout your pregnancy that will coincide with the development of your baby. For both moms and dads, it's helpful to understand what's happening with mom physically and emotionally as the pregnancy progresses and your baby grows. My Baby Expectations can help.

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Provide month-by-month information about the changes you'll experience during your pregnancy and what you can expect as your baby develops

Continue through your baby's first year with month-by-month guidelines on what to expect as your baby grows from infant to toddler

Offer tips on how to prepare for your new arrival

Provide a handy checklist to make the big day (and the months thereafter) go more smoothly

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Soothe moms and little ones with free, downloadable monthly lullabies in baby's first year

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Every pregnancy is special and every child is unique. My Baby Expectations™ provides general guidelines and information about the stages of pregnancy and a child's first year. Be sure to consult your doctor for specific information regarding your pregnancy and the health and development of your child.
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