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Some journeys to parenthood may take a different path but don't make for less a parent. Congratulations to all adoptive families & we echo their thankfulness for the special birth moms making it possible! https://gma.yahoo.com/see-adoptive-parents-meet-newborn-daughter-180417598--abc-news-parenting.html
In the case of the Olsons of Minnesota, the journey to becoming parents for the third time was not only a figurative one, but a literal one as well. Sarah and David Olson always knew they wanted three children. "Despite the fact we were told he wasn’t going to walk, Levi has defied the odds and is running around torturing his older brother," David Olson told ABC News.
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Answer Box: Unprotected sex with a friend on Day13 of my cycle & again on Day16 - 18 with my bf. Now +pg test. I don't want to tell my bf about the 1x thing. Help!
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Answer Box: Diagnosed with incompetent cervix after last pg. loss 2 yr ago. I'm pregnant again & worried. What should I expect now?
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More monitoring. At ultrasounds ask about your cervix length and if a cerleage (I know that isn't spelled right, basically they stitch your cervix closed) will be used. Check the web for Keep Them Cooking a great resource for preterm birth & bed rest. 
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Healthy babies start in the womb! Help raise awareness around the globe by posting one of your favorite pregnant selfies with #BumpDay! (All bumps welcome - from newly formed to those 'blast from the past'!) http://bumpday.org/
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Let's talk due dates! How close were your's to actual delivery? (Still waiting? When are you due? We'll cheer you on!)
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Please read & share. Let's increase support, awareness & understanding together! "My nephew’s bedwetting helped save his life." http://bit.ly/1Gt4D76
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Answer Box: I've had my birth plan worked out since before I was preggo! Now 3wks out and I'm having panic attacks I can't go thru with a natural birth. WTH!?
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Consider extending your time breastfeeding your baby! Hear from renowned expert Jack Newman: http://www.pregnancy.org/article/breastfeed-toddler-why-earth
Because more and more women are now breastfeeding their babies, more and more are also finding that they enjoy breastfeeding enough to want to continue longer than the usual few months they initially thought they would. What are the advantages of extended breastfeeding?
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Answer Box: Twice my kid has tried to bite others at daycare. I've never had him try it around me. Now they are threatening to kick him out! He's 2! How do I correct something hours after the fact??
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You can't, it needs to be addressed as its happening. Biting usually comes from the fact that the child's language skills are behind everything else (in other words, being two) and biting is the easiest way to let others know they are upset. The caretaker needs to watch the 'biter' carefully & intervene before a bite happens.
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Who's newly expecting? Early Pregnancy Checklist: The Test is Positive -- What's Next? http://bit.ly/1G4ZHpb
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Ready to start a family? We've gathered tips for conceiving naturally: http://www.pregnancy.org/article/natural-ways-to-get-pregnant
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Online Parenting and Pregnancy Resources By Parents, For Parents™. Your Journey Starts Now!
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Founded in 2001, Pregnancy.org is a friendly, familiar place for women to talk with one another, find advice, support and comfort. Built by Parents, for Parents™, Pregnancy.org offers tangible, real, visceral content, community, tools and experts to guide you through your journey to parenthood. 

We offer our members webinars and educational events, online forums that cover fertility, conception, pregnancy, labor, delivery, and parenting issues and concerns. We have audio and video libraries, blogs, articles, and tools that enable you to track your fertility, fetal development and growth of your child. Members now have the opportunity to interact and “friend” brands, experts, companies and other members to round-out your journey.

We're a group of people working together to create a common goal: to become the go-to online resource and community for real people just like you who want to have kids, are pregnant and those raising children.

We believe all parents and parents-to-be deserve objective, meaningful, trustworthy and relevant advice, support, friendship, content and community to form their own decisions and make up their own minds on how they want their journeys to unfold.