My wife is about to give birth and, aside from my excitement about the arrival of our third child, I'm thinking about the future of my life in the bedroom. Having been through two other post-partum periods, I'm experienced with my wife's need to physically heal and deal with the demands of infant care and feeding. I'm a veteran of the important process of emotionally recovering from carrying the child and adjusting to the level of unselfishness required of motherhood.
When it is time to bring your preemie home you will be
filled with excitement, but you also may be a bit anxious, not
knowing what to expect from your little baby. Writer Amy E Tracy,
mother of two preemies and author of Your Premature Baby and
Child: Helpful Answers and Advice for Parents, has some advice
for making the transition from hospital to home as smooth as can
The arrival of a baby can have troubling affects on a relationship.
One in seven women become depressed at some point before pregnancy.
Feeling exhausted by the demands of caring for your new
baby? Having difficulty remembering why you wanted to become a
parent in the first place? Here are some tips on surviving this
wonderful yet challenging period in your baby's life.