So You Are Pregnant?
Here is a list of five websites you must see before you deliver.
Congratulations! You are about to add on to your family. This is a very exciting, yet stressful time in your life. Remember that nobody feels completely prepared for the arrival of a new baby, but exploring the list of websites below before your little one arrives will help you feel more confident for the big day.
This is great website to start with the second you find out you are pregnant. The site has a due date calculator for expectant mom’s who need to know when their baby will arrive. As a member of this site, you will receive week by week updates on fetal development and advice on your pregnancy. Babycenter will continue to send you information about your baby’s development even after you deliver. The site also contains a baby and maternity store, message boards, and blogs where you can talk with other expectant mothers.
Check out this A to Z listing of common and unusual baby names. The list also will explain the name’s origin, meaning, gender, and pronunciation. You can also see how these names are rated by other parents. Add names to your list of possibilities and then go back to decide which name will suit your baby best.
This is a fun website with a gallery of belly photos. Compare your bump to others at your stage. This site will make you feel better about your continuously changing body. You can also post your own pictures and track your progress.
This website has chat rooms and message boards for all expecting, beginner, and veteran moms. Talk with other women about pregnancy, infants, toddlers, fertility, or other mommy issues. There are also many other great freebies on this site, such as helpful articles, a weight control calculator, and a step by step labor guide.
This is a fabulous website that will address all of your health concerns. This site will provide information about emotional wellness, lifestyle concerns, advice on exercise and nutrition, as well as resources for your partner’s education.