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Baby Yourself, Mama

By Christine Zuchora-Walske

Treat yourself to some of these relaxing and fun activities during the last weeks of your pregnancy. You've earned it, and believe us, you'll keep earning it.

  • Have your hair cut, colored or styled.(Make an appointment for your due date so you'll have something pleasant to do — and something to show for it — if your baby shows no signs of appearing.)
  • Treat yourself to a manicure, pedicure, facial, makeover or massage. (Be sure your massage therapist is experienced with prenatal massage.)
  • Go out for dinner with your partner or a close friend.
  • Plan a ceremony to celebrate your baby's birth.
  • Be the guest of honor at a baby shower.
  • Go shopping.
  • Work on handicrafts for your baby.
  • Have friends in for a visit.
  • Take in a movie, concert or play. (Sit in an aisle seat toward the back.)
  • Stage your own film festival with rented videos or DVDs.
  • Visit your local art museum or gallery. (It may be a while before you get another opportunity.)
  • Read those new novels now, while you have the chance!
  • Enjoy a day trip or an overnight or weekend getaway with your partner.

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Pregnancy Pointers Just-for-Dads : Things You Can Do Now

For new dads-to-be, their partner’s pregnancy can be a confusing and even stressful affair. We polled experts and dads alike to find out what helps dads-to-be actively partic-ipate in their partner's pregnancy. Our tips will help you relax and be prepared to cele-brate the birth of your baby — and your new dad status.

Do your homework

“Study up on the basics. You don’t have to read an entire book, but at least a few chap-ters. When your partner sends you links with information that she’s learning, make sure to review it, too,” says Seth D. Ginsberg, health advocate, social entrepreneur and new father.

Brush-up on your baby care skills.

Dads can find lots of helpful info in videos, books and online tutorials. Get a handle on the basics of baby care now — things like feeding, diaper changing, sleeping — so you’ll be prepared when you baby arrives. “Do 95 percent ‘preparation' so you only have to spend 5 percent on the ‘perspiration’ when it’s show time,” advises Ginsberg. “The month or so leading up to the due date is the perfect time to cram, but take it seriously. You’ll thank yourself later.”

Get your and your partner’s paperwork in order.

Work on collecting your insurance forms, financial information and consider setting up a will. “Do most of the legwork before the baby so that it’s ready to go,” says Ginsberg. “Call the health insurance company to get the newborn information, access to any post-partum care that you’re entitled to, and once the baby has a Social Security number, he/she should get added to the insurance.” Ginsberg adds an important note: “Most in-surance companies require a child/dependent to be added within 30 days of birth, so don’t put this off.”

Talk to your employer.

“Talk with your employer about paternity leave to understand your benefits, if they ex-ist,” suggests Ginsberg. Set up an appointment with your human resources representa-tive to learn more. You can also research the Family and Medical Leave Act on your own online.

Take care of yourself.

There’s no doubt a flurry of activity at home now, with your partner pregnant and a baby on the way. But you still need to take time to care for yourself. “Start eating better,” says Ginsberg. “Get yourself ready as if you were about to run a marathon – which you wouldn’t do without some training. If you can get some exercise in, you’ll need it (and won’t have much time to do it after the baby arrives).” If you’re confused about how best to start, simply begin by cutting back on greasy, unhealthy, fatty foods and focus on a healthy, balanced diet.

Learn how to feed a baby.

Even if mom is planning to nurse, it is great for dads-to-be to know how to give baby a bottle. Learn how to assemble a bottle, measure the formula, warm it to room tempera-ture, clean and sterilize it — and then do a practice run before the baby comes,” says Ginsberg. “You don’t want to do this the first time while holding a crying baby. But once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to do it.”


“Stay open, curious and inquisitive in your communication. Now, more than ever, your partner wants and needs to feel heard and understood by you,” says Dr. Fran Walfish, a child, parenting and relationship psychotherapist and author of “The Self-Aware Parent.” Spend time together with your partner. Schedule a weekly date night with your partner, says Walfish. “The couple is the foun-dation, the bricks and mortar of every family. Remember to tend and care for (your-selves first) in order to preserve the marriage and family unity.”

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Beautiful Poetic-Inspired Baby Names You’ll Love

Whether you’re a born romantic, a lover of great literature, or just someone who likes a little rhyme beyond nursery rhymes and what’s on the radio every now and then, there is something for everyone to like in the world of poetry. Lyrical language, lilting rhythms, and a vocabulary that transcends the everyday help to make poems a special treat. But you can have that special beauty every day with a baby name that embraces the beauty of the written and spoken word.

So if you are looking for a name that embraces the beauty of poetry, check out these names inspired by poetic tools, famous works, and famous writers. Maybe you’ll find the perfect name for your own little work of art.

Alexandrine – In poetic terms, it’s a twelve syllable line, but it rolls off the tongue with its own poetic charm.

Elision – A poetic device wherein a sound or syllable is omitted to aid in pronunciation and flow.

Blake – After the famed poet and artist William Blake.

Evangeline – The eponymous heroine of the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Browning – Both Robert Browning and his wife, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, give poetic weight to this name.

Kenning – A stylistic device that consists of a short, often two-word, phrase used to replace a noun.

Byron – George Gordon Byron, often simply referred to as Lord Byron, inspires this choice.

Langston – In honor of a leader of the Harlem Renaissance, poet Langston Hughes.

Ceridwen – After the Celtic goddess of poetry.

Poesy – The art of poetry itself.

Charlotte – The oldest of the famous Bronte sisters, Charlotte was a novelist and poet.

Rosalind – The subject of love poetry by Tennyson and the focus of Orlando’s love poems in Shakespeare’s As You Like It. There’s obviously something about Rosalind.

Devin – From the Gaelic, meaning poet.

Thalia – One of the muses that presides over poetry.

Eliot – Inspired by Nobel prize winning poet T.S. Eliot.

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5 Places to Find Middle Name Inspiration

Coming up with the perfect baby name for your child can feel like a lot of pressure – and when you factor in the middle name, there are even more decisions to make. The name is one of the few ways your child can make a first impression – even before meeting someone – so many considerations should be made first.

Middle names are not necessary, but they’re fun and have been around for a long time. Some people choose one middle name for their child, others have two or even more so when you’re thinking of the name for your child – you can’t forget their full name.

If you’re looking at a middle name for your child and you’re not sure what to choose yet, there are many places you can find inspiration for the most perfect middle name.

Family tree

When it came to deciding on my children’s middle names, we looked to our family tree. Choosing a name that is the same or similar to a parent, grandparent, or another relative who means a lot to you can be a great way to honor someone important to you and create easy-to-find names for your child.

Random generator

If you’re not sure of a middle name and you don’t have a family member you’d like to honor by using their name, you can always get the name from a random generator. If you just want a name that sounds great with your chosen first name, you may just need to hear a name to know it’s the one.

Try: Random Baby Names – middle name generator

That super unique name you love

As you all know, I am a big fan of unique names, but some of you may have some reservations. If there’s a name that is maybe a little “out there,” not typically used for your child’s gender, or it’s just not the type of name you usually go for – use it as a middle name. This way, you can still use the name you love without it being the one most often used.

The top ten lists

Popular baby names are popular for a reason; they’re well-loved names that sound great. If you love a name on the list, but you don’t want your child to be the third child with the same name in their class at school, a middle name is the perfect way to incorporate that great name.

Your maiden name

If your child is going to have your partner’s last name, you may want to consider using your maiden name as your child’s middle name. It’s a great way to include some of your family history and traditions and so many last names lend themselves well to be first names. While this won’t work for all last names (like mine), there are ways to tweak names so they can even be inspired by your maiden name if your full one just doesn’t have the right ring to it.

How did you come up with your child’s middle name? Share in the comments!

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Baby in yellow shirt crawling in crib

20 Cool Retro Baby Names from 1916

I’m a little obsessed with looking through the Social Security baby names list and seeing what names are becoming popular or starting to be used less.

Recently, I pulled up the list of the top names from 100 years ago (1916!) and it was so fun to see what names have drifted into obscurity — Hedwig, anyone? – and which names have made a comeback in recent years.

I couldn’t help but make a list of some of my favorites for both boys and girls.

If you’re looking for something with staying power, try one of these on for size!


1. Stanford – 100 years ago, this name sat at 684 on the Social Security roster, but after 1973, it dropped off entirely, so if you’re looking for something that isn’t too popular, this is a great choice. I love it!

2. Harvey – This was in the top 100 back in 1916, but dropped off fast in the mid-’90s. Now it’s back with a vengeance, reappearing on the top 1000 in 2000 and currently sitting in the 400s!

3. Gilbert – I’m an Anne of Green Gables girl at heart, so I’ll always have a soft spot for this name.

4. Emmett – This name has serious longevity. It was in the top 200 names a century ago and now is in the top 150!

5. Forest – This name is popular but not TOO popular, currently sitting at 749.

6. Harlan – This name has German roots and means “rocky land.”

7. Booker – As a former librarian and lifelong avid reader, how could I not love this name?

8. Sterling – Sitting almost continually in the top 500 for the last century, this name is just a classic without being too overused.

9. Royal – If you’re looking for something strong and catchy, this is a great choice.

10. Pierce – This English name always makes me think of James Bond. Not the worst association you could have.


1. Coral – With so many old-fashioned baby names making a huge comeback, I was surprised to see that Coral hasn’t even made it back into the top 1000 since the early ’90s! If you like something vintage but not trendy, this is a great choice.

2. Audry – If you spell it “Audrey,” this name is a perennial favorite, usually in the top 100. But without the “e” it’s much less common.

3. Callie – I was really surprised to see that this name is currently at 196 – I’ve never met someone named this! (Mallie is also a fun choice that’s barely staying on the top 1000).

4. Dale – While this is generally consider a male name now, this name also showed up for girls fairly frequently until it disappeared from the list in 1971.

5. Nola – Nora is going nuts right now, currently sitting at 41, but Nola is at 767, so your child is much less likely to be the third one in her kindergarten class.

6. Allene – This pretty Slavonic name means “bright” and “beautiful.” Hard to go wrong there!

7. Nita – A Native American name that means “bear,” this one is simple, easy to spell, and just plain pretty.

8. Libby – I’m not usually a nickname person, but in this case, I love the shortened version of Elizabeth.

9. Tressie – This name hasn’t been on the top 1000 since 1939, but it’s so pretty, I’m surprised it’s not more popular!

10. Aurora – There’s always room in the top 1000 for a Disney Princess name, and this one is more pouplar than ever right now, at spot 79!

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Top Baby Names from Across the Globe

One thing that most parents-to-be in this world can relate to is the desire to pick the perfect name for their little one. Exploring top picks from parents in other countries is a great way to discover what’s trending in a wide variety of cultures.

This approach to generating baby names can be a fun option for globetrotting parents, multicultural families or anyone who’s looking for a name that’s different, beautiful and unique.

Whatever your reasons for reading on may be, you’re sure to find plenty of international inspiration for your baby’s name here.



This is the largest country in South America and the only one on the continent to have Portuguese as its official language.

Favorite Brazilian names

Girls:   Alice, Sophia, Julia, Laura, Isabella

Boys:   Miguel, Arthur, David, Pedro, Bernardo



The border we share with our neighbors to the north spans 5,525 miles—it's the longest land border in the world. 

Favorite Canadian names

Girls:   Olivia, Maya/Mia/Mya, Sofia/Sophia, Emma, Charlotte

Boys:   Liam, William, Jacob, Lucas/Lukas, Noah



The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is the driest place on earth.

Favorite Chilean names

Girls:   Sofia, Emilia, Isidora, Florencia, Maite

Boys:   Agustin, Benjamin, Vicente, Mateo, Martin



This northern European country is frequently ranked as one of the happiest nation on earth. 

Favorite Danish names

Girls:   Sofia, Alma, Freja, Anna, Ella

Boys:   William, Lucas, Malthe, Noah, Emil



You can find the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, in this Arab country. 

Favorite Dubaian names

Girls:   Maryam, Sara/Sarah, Fatima, Ayesha, Noor

Boys:   Mohammed, Ali, Omar, Ahmed/Ahmad, Abdulla/Abdullah



Fans of royal families and football just might find their baby’s name right here.

Favorite English names

Girls:   Amelia, Olivia, Emily, Ava, Isla

Boys:   Oliver, Jack, Harry, Jacob, Charlie



Japan is an island nation that is made up of 6,852 islands.

Favorite Japanese names

Girls:   Sakura, Riko, Aoi, Wakana, Sakura/Sara

Boys:   Sou/Minato/Ichika, Itsuki/Tatsuki, Ren, Hinata/Haruta, Asahi/Haruki/Tomoharu



Parents everywhere should know that the stork is this country’s national bird.

Favorite Lithuanian names

Girls:   Irena, Janina, Ona, Danute, Regina

Boys:   Jonas, Vytautas, Tomas, Antanas, Mindaugas



This European nation is the second smallest country in the world.

Favorite Monaco names

Girls:   Victoria, Giulia, Chloe, Emma, Anna

Boys:   Gabriel, Alexandre, Lucas, Ethan , Aaron


New Zealand

The most popular names of the Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, are featured here.

Favorite Maorian names

Girls:   Maia, Manaia, Anahera, Ana, Aroha

Boys:   Nikau, Ari, Manaia, Wiremu, Kauri


South Africa

This is the southernmost country in Africa and it’s home to 11 official languages.

Favorite South African names

Girls:   Iminathi, Minenhle, Rethabile, Bokamoso, Karabo

Boys:    Junior, Bandile, Kungawo, Siyabonga, Lethabo



The home of flamenco is also one of the largest countries in all of Europe.

Favorite Spanish names

Girls:   Lucia, Maria, Martina, Paula, Daniela

Boys:   Hugo, Daniel, Pablo, Alejandro, Alvaro



Forests cover more than half of this Nordic country.

Favorite Swedish names

Girls:   Elsa, Alice, Maja, Saga, Ella

Boys:   William, Lucas, Liam, Oscar, Elias



This country is situated on two continents—Europe and Asia.

Favorite Turkish names

Girls:   Zeynep, Elif, Hiranur, Yagmur, Ecrin

Boys:   Yusuf, Berat, Mustafa, Omer, Ahmet


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10 Signs You’re a First-Time Mom

I remember the day I found out I was pregnant for the first time! We were flying back from our two-week honeymoon in Turks and Caicos and The Dominican Republic and I just felt “different.” I felt like I kind of had cramps but not painful ones; I felt super bloated and was a little nauseous. My hubby’s parents picked us up from the airport in Arkansas and we went to lunch. Directly after lunch, I had my mother-in-law drive me by the store so I could inconspicuously purchase a couple pregnancy tests.

Long story short, they were both positive! I knew it! And once I told Chris, he immediately started thinking of names and talking about how cool our baby would be. And he swore it was a boy. ;) Smart guy.

Being a first time mom is thrilling and amazing but can understandably be a little scary as well. If you’re anything like me, you quickly realize your whole life is about to change. You try to learn everything you can about the baby growing inside you and about the miracle that pregnancy really is!

Looking back now, after having two children, I get a good laugh out of all the little idiosyncrasies I had when I first became pregnant. All of us moms can relate, I’m sure. And if you’re pregnant or becoming a mom for the first time, these signs will make you laugh too.

Here are my 10 signs you’re a first-time mom!

1. You have the heaviest diaper bag in the world! You pack anything and everything you could possibly need for your baby and more… like you could actually survive on the contents of your diaper bag if you were stranded on the side of the road for a week. That’s when an awesome diaper bag really comes in handy. :)

2. You take at least an hour to install the car seat. Safety is of course of utmost importance, but you eventually get so used to installing and uninstalling your car seat that you could literally do it with your eyes closed and it would be just as secure as the first time you ever put it in your car.

3. You buy so much hand sanitizer that you should just buy stock in it. As evidenced by the purse size, the large one in each bathroom, the squirt bottle of it in your hospital room that you kept next to the hospital bed, the one in your kitchen, and the one in your car.

4. You bathe your baby daily. By the second kiddo, you sometimes just wait a couple days. Hey, don’t judge… they weren’t that dirty when I let them stay asleep after a long day. :)

5. You heat every bottle to the perfect temperature. By the time Bentley was born and was about 6 months old, Chris had convinced himself that Bentley actually liked his bottle cold. Hahaha.

6. Every time you feel the slightest twinge in your prego tummy, you research it for an hour. Little advice: The Internet is NOT your friend when it comes to strange feelings in your belly. Unless you’re reading this blog. This blog is your friend.

7. You have gone into the nursery that you set up and had ready months before your due date, just to sit in there and refold all of the baby clothes you’ve washed a few times. To be safe, of course.

8. You have more than one box of newborn diapers. Trust me, keep one box of newborn diapers and trade the rest of the newborn diapers for size 1 diapers.

9. For the first time in a while, you’re actually begging your mom for advice.

10. You’ve read every single Disney Baby blog about different baby names. Upon choosing the few names you like, you have tried spelling them eight different ways to make sure you have it just right!

I can’t stop giggling reading through these signs of being a first-time mom. I did them all! How about you?

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The Extraordinary Meanings Behind Ordinary Baby Names

Choosing your baby’s name is one of the most exciting and important early decisions you will make as a parent. Everyone will have an opinion, and often you will be pressured to go with more unusual and exotic names in an attempt to have your child stand out.  But, when it comes to baby names even the most seemingly simple names can have extraordinary meanings behind them. A quick internet search will allow you to find the meaning behind almost every name.

A name like Sally may sound easy and casual, but it’s actually a diminutive of Sarah (another seemingly common name.) But, Sarah means Princess or Noble Woman from the original Hebrew.

Michael was a top boy’s name for decades and became incredibly popular on baby name lists. But, this boy’s name has a very special and uncommonly rich meaning. Michael is one of the seven archangels in the Old Testament, and in the New Testament is the leader of heaven’s armies.

John is another named that seems at first sight to be ordinary – as in John Doe, the any man. But, John has a long history of spiritual meaning stemming from two famous Johns in The Bible, John the Baptist and John the Apostle. The name John has been given to twenty-one Popes and numerous world historical leaders, making it a traditional name with historical significance.

What’s the feminine form of John?  It’s plain Jane. Turns out Jane means Gift from God in Hebrew... not so plain after all.

Nancy may sound quite commonplace (unless you’re talking about Fancy Nancy, of course), but it derives from the Hebrew word for grace.

Susan comes from the Hebrew, Susannah, a graceful lily. She came from The Biblical city of Susa where fields of white lilies grew.

Edward might seem old fashioned, but the name carries a regal bearing. Edward means guardian, or in German, strong as a boar. A long lineage of Princes and Kings named Edward, not to mention many Shakespearean characters, gives the name Edward real gravitas.

Bob, a nickname of Robert is another boy’s name that sounds fairly straightforward, but it has a remarkable meaning from the German for bright, famed and shining. No wonder it too has many royal namesakes.

When Juliet asked Romeo, “What’s in a name?” she was rhetorically asking something that all parents-to-be ask themselves. Don't’ be swayed by trends or worried that your child’s name isn’t special enough.  Most names have very interesting and unexpected meanings if you take the time to research them.  And, just as a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, your new baby will be just as unique and special to you no matter what name you eventually choose.

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Which Baby Shower is Best for You?

Super fun baby showers are all about the theme. And the secret to picking the right one is to make it all about you! Baby showers that reflect the personality of the mom-to-be make the day even more meaningful because they celebrate your individuality. So if you see yourself represented in the list below, give your family and friends a little hint by sharing your idea.

Full of surprises

If you’re never a bore and always the life of the party, then a gender reveal baby shower might be for you. This exciting way to share the news of whether baby will be a boy or a girl keeps everyone in suspense. Your guests can vote on what sex they believe baby will be and discuss the reasons for their guess throughout the party. At dessert time, reveal the big news by coloring the frosting pink or blue inside your cake or cupcakes.

Far from home

Maybe you’re living overseas or just on opposite coasts. Wherever you may be, if you find yourself living far from family and friends you may want to consider a virtual baby shower. Even though it definitely can’t replace being there, it does give everyone a way to celebrate when getting together is not an option. Shower hosts can ask “guests” to ship gifts to you by a certain date and then they can watch you open them via video chat. Your shower could actually last for weeks if your hosts plan activities and chats online!  

Ladies only

Planning on your shower being an intimate gathering with your closest friends only? Consider having a tea party baby shower. It’s relaxing, great for catching up and easy for your hosts to organize too. Food items can be finger sandwiches, dainty portions of soup or salad and sweets such as scones or crumpets. Teacups and fancy linens are another way to add an easy and elegant touch.

Glued at the hip

Are you and your partner totally inseparable? If your guy has been interested and involved in every aspect of your pregnancy, then you are probably not going to want to exclude him from the shower celebration. Having a couples baby shower works as long as other guys are invited and activities and food reflect everyone’s interests and tastes.

Books are for babies

A mommy-to-be who wants to build a library for baby should definitely consider a book baby shower. This can be a great shower for friends or co-workers to host. Guests are asked to give only a book as a gift and can even be encouraged to make it one of their childhood favorites. Nursery rhymes and classic children’s books can be used to inspire the decorations. This is a shower where everyone will leave feeling good knowing that their gift will play a part in boosting baby’s brain power. 

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Dear Baby - What Will You Say When You First See Your Baby

The first time you hold your baby is an amazing, unforgettable experience. What will you say during your first hug? How will you greet the new member of your family?

It’s also a great time to write your thoughts down in a journal or a blog post. Write a letter to your baby or narrate a video to capture your first moment of bonding, and share what you were thinking at the beginning of your child’s life as he or she grows.

Here’s how Bethany Kandel welcomed her newborn son:


Welcome to the world baby! It’s been nine long months that I’ve waited to meet you. You’re finally here with your 10 fingers and toes, cute button nose and lots of hair on your head. You are beautiful, even though at the moment you are kind of purple colored and wrinkled looking…sort of like a tiny old man.

It seems like it’s been forever since I found out I was pregnant with you. Every day for these nine months has been exciting to just dream about the person you will be. I couldn’t wait for my belly to grow so the whole world would know (and also so I’d get a seat on the subway).

You’ve been busy in there. I’ve felt you rocking ‘n rolling all around. Will you be a soccer player? A dancer? Musical? One night when I went to a classical concert at Carnegie Hall you certainly kicked up a storm. 

As you grew, I was able to watch you move inside of me and even see a hand or foot push against my belly. Sometimes I felt like I was in an alien movie and you were going to pop right out of my belly.

I’ve been trying to cradle you safely inside of me, protecting you from the outside world until you were ready to be born. Now, here you are! I still can’t believe it. And such a good boy… you arrived right on schedule, on your due date, and it only took a couple of pushes to get you out of your comfortable cocoon.

I thought I’d miss having you inside of me. It felt like I always had a little buddy along for the ride. But now that you are here in the flesh, I know we are going to have so much fun together.

I can’t wait to show you everything – snow, fall leaves, the stars in the sky. I already have so many plans for our little family. All the places your daddy and I want to take you, craft projects for us to do, people I want you to meet.

What will you be like, I wonder? Will you look like daddy or me, or a combination? What will you excel at? What books will you like to read?

I know, you’re probably already rolling your eyes (do babies actually do that or will you wait to be a teen to master that?). You’re probably thinking, “Slow down mom, I just got here.” But I am just so excited to start our life together that I can’t help myself.

For now I could just stare at you, touch your soft skin, inhale your delicious baby smell and marvel at the incredible fact that we created you. You are truly a miracle and I’m so thankful that you made me a mother.

My wish is that you will be happy, healthy and fulfilled in your life and always know that you are loved. We will give you every opportunity that we can and hope that you live a good life. Daddy and I will be here to hold your hand when you need it, to push you out on your own when you are ready and to guide you along the way.

It’s almost impossible to explain how much love, joy, pride and happiness I feel right now all because of your arrival.

So dear baby, welcome to the world. I’m so happy to be your mom. I will love you forever.

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