Pregnant With 6 Babies

pregnant with 6 babies
  • carrying developing offspring within the body or being about to produce new life
  • (of a woman or female animal) Having a child or young developing in the uterus
  • Full of meaning; significant or suggestive
  • meaning(a): rich in significance or implication; "a meaning look"
  • Having been in such a condition for a specified time
  • fraught(p): filled with or attended with; "words fraught with meaning"; "an incident fraught with danger"; "a silence pregnant with suspense"
  • The youngest member of a family or group
  • (baby) the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
  • (baby) pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
  • A young or newly born animal
  • (baby) a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
  • Six Degrees (or 6? ) is an American dramatic television series about six residents of New York City and their respective relationships and connections with one another, based on the idea of six degrees of separation.
  • six: the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
  • six: denoting a quantity consisting of six items or units
pregnant with 6 babies - She's Having
She's Having a Baby - and I'm Having a Breakdown
She's Having a Baby - and I'm Having a Breakdown
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Keeping up with insurance papers and other forms
Dealing with your fears that something will go wrong
Middle pregnancy sex (enjoyable surprise!)
The top ten things never to say to a pregnant woman
Questions you should ask the obstetrician
Late pregnancy sex (challenging, but possible)
Starting out--the first six weeks of fatherhood
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Daily Alexandra 6-20
Daily Alexandra 6-20
You are 6 months old today!! Dear Alexandra- We've gone through SO many changes this month! When I think back to your 5 month birthday, it's hard to believe it was just one short month ago! To start off, I went back to work. Before I started back on May 26th, we tried to really soak up the last days of being together all day long! We went to a scrapbooking day at Jamie and Katie's house, we went to the park, and we went to Mom's group! They were very special days and I feel like we really enjoyed them to the fullest and celebrated those last days of my being home! You started daycare fulltime on my first day back, Wednesday, May 26th. I planned it well and worked a 3 day week, then a 4 day week due to the Memorial Day holiday, and then finally we eased into a five day week. It was tough on both of us. Being back at work wasn't so tough-I fell back into the work routine pretty easily, and I'm very lucky to work with such great colleagues and people at my job. The tough part was leaving you; especially because you still aren't taking a bottle as well as you could. By my first full week, you had gone on a "hunger strike" and only took 2 oz and 2 1/2 oz on Wednesday and Thursday respectively of that week! It worried me so much! But the next week you started eating more, and I think it just took some getting used to. You still don't take the bottle well, and take between 5-8 oz a day when you should be taking around 15 oz in a day, but you are getting better. The transition to work has been tough on me in well because of the sheer amount of work I have to do to prepare each day. When I get home, you want to spend lots of time nursing and cuddling, which is wonderful, but I sometimes don't get to eat diner til very late (11pm one time!) if you are especially hungry, needy, or cuddly. Pumping at work three times a day, means lots of time at work (30-40 minutes, three times a day) as well as time at night washing, drying, and preparing bottles. And then getting home late means that I have to prepare meals in advance on early nights and weekends. It's a lot of work. But even so, I love my new life with you and I wouldn't have it any other way! Another big development this month is that you sprouted two teeth! I realized on Saturday, May 29th that your bottom two teeth had broken through! You had been fussy on Tuesday evening, and I figured that it was because you knew something was up (I was returning to work the next day) but now I think you must have been having some teething pain! Even with that, you were such a happy baby and you fooled us, keeping your new teeth a secret until they emerged on Saturday! On Sunday, May 30th, Daddy got a new car! He traded in Whipper, his Chili Red, JCW MINI Cooper S, to get a more family friendly car-a VW Jetta Sportswagon TDI. While he likes the new car, he misses his MINI a lot-but he realized that he needed to get a more reliable, larger, more family friendly car. You were so good at the dealership! We spent a lot of time there buying the car, and everyone commented on how great you were! We were very proud of you, and so happy that you are such a happy, contented baby! You took an interest in the keys to Daddy's new car, so we'll have to get you your own set of pretend keys-no real keys for you until you are at least 16! You have started taking an interest in our food as we eat it! You watch intently as we put food in our mouth and act very interested in what we are doing. You have also started reaching for our plates sometimes-in fact, I ended up with a plate of food in my lap at Faye and King Sacramento's baby shower (fellow babyloss parents from my Long Beach group who are pregnant and just recently had their baby girl, Riann!) when you reached for it and flipped the paper plate over off the edge of the table! Luckily it almost empty, but I'll have to pay a lot more attention because you are reaching for things more and more now! You have really started pushing up on your hands and knees now-you started out toppling over once you pushed up. Then, in one day, you found your balance and you started rocking back and forth on your hands an knees like you wanted to move! You are so close! You now move all over the place with a combination of rolling, turning, and pushing up on your hands and knees. It's so fun to see you exploring the world from a different angle! You are also almost sitting up on your own when I put you in that position. You don't seem too interested though in it, so you don't really try to stay that way yet! Grandma Didi and Grandpa JohnJohn came to visit this month! We had so much fun with both of them! You enjoyed bouncing with your grandpa, and loved being held by Grandma! They loved you up and were so happy to see you and snuggle you!! The same weekend that Grandma and Grandpa visited, you learned to really use your hands to grasp things! You like to reach for things now and to grab them. The
A Baby? Where?
A Baby? Where?
A picture from today's family and maternity shoot. Parent's are in the background and are 6 months pregnant with their next addition. Strobist info: Lastolite 24" softbox on a lightstand with a 580 EX II. 1/2 CTO Gel on Flash. Triggered with Radio Popper JrX and light adjusted with RP Cube.

pregnant with 6 babies
pregnant with 6 babies
How Men Have Babies: The Pregnant Father's Survival Guide
There are books written especially from the male perspective on how to parent, and how to participate in the birth – but none on how to be pregnant. Until now. What you hold in your hand is a combination sage advice, expert opinion, and side-splitting truths on the up and downside of pregnancy for men. Alan Thicke, one of America's favorite funny men and father of three, with a little help from father-friends including Ray Romano, Wayne Gretzky and Dave Barry, has written the ultimate how-to guide for dads-to-be.
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