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Helpful tips on how to prep your kids for a new baby

Tips for Talking to Kids About a New Baby

In other news, I’ve been having lots of fun writing about my pregnancy for eHow’s Mom Channel lately.  My latest post, Talking to Your Kids About a New Baby, is no exception.

Check it out for all my ideas on prepping my 5-year-old and 3-year-old for our impending arrival. Be sure to read to the end to find out their suggested name for the new baby – it’ll make you smile, I promise.

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What’s the best advice you received about prepping your kids for a new baby?

 

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Joelle February 22, 2014 at 1:04 am

Helpful article thanks. We’re near the start of a second pregnancy so it’s timely for us. I’ve been given a lovely book called ‘There’s a house in Mummy’s tummy’ which I’d recommend on helping explain pregnancy.

I’d love to hear from anyone who dealt with pregnancy complications and explaining these to a child. We’ve a high risk of early delivery, special care, the unknown – all making preparing my toddler more difficult.

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