My Pregnancy Week 2

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Pregnancy Week 2

Fertilization is just around the corner, which means you’ll soon be sharing some intimate moments with your partner. Whatever route you are taking to become parents, take the time to enjoy the special emotional connection that develops when you come together with the purpose of creating a new life. Take time out to appreciate and understand your partner and their feelings during this time.

Maintaining open communication and showing affection are two of the ways to ensure a healthy relationship, whether you are trying to conceive, expecting, or sharing parenting challenges. Every relationship has challenges, but learning to work as a team to solve the issues you face will build a stronger foundation for any challenges ahead. Preparing your relationship for the future may be the most important step you take to be ready for the joys and struggles of parenthood.

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My Pregnancy Week 2

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18 comments

  1. Grace says:

    communication can always be better

  2. Alyssa says:

    i never would have though of most things i should do before baby arrives, especially getting clothing in the next biggere sizes just to be prepared. This web site is so helpful<3

  3. Jacqueline says:

    its a bitter sweet moment for me; but i happy because I have PCOS which prevent a woman from easily getting pregnant; it has Always been my desire and Im thankful!

  4. Whitney says:

    Happy and nervous

  5. Marilyn says:

    I like to read about what went on with my body during the second week 🙂

  6. says:

    very helpful to know what my body is going through on my 2nd week.

  7. sheenaholman says:

    Smart to keep an open communication.

  8. Deee says:

    Go Lil Guys go!

  9. not all lil soldiers do lol

  10. My little solders go to the ovum.

  11. Mittelschmerz, now i know what it s called,always had it never knew it was so common.

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