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“Prenatal yoga gave me solace when I expected chaos, even in the most jagged moments of active labor.”
“We continue to use music to manage pain—both physical and emotional. I still don’t fully understand, but that doesn’t matter. I can walk, and my healthy daughter is my constant companion.”
There is so much you can’t know about your spouse when you get married, like that one day she will want to eat her placenta.
The destructive chemical found in plastic is now linked to an increased risk of miscarriage and birth defects like Down syndrome.
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