Here's their advice on that emotional and philosophical preparation, including 12 questions that prospective parents should talk about first.
"Most couples don't deal with the cold stark realities before they have a baby," says Dr.
John Queenan, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Georgetown University and author of "Preconceptions: Preparation for Pregnancy" and "A New Life: Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Child's First Year." "They don't think about the loss of freedom, the increasing financial burden, or what they're going to do if they're both working and the child gets sick." But the whole approach to getting ready for a baby is changing: Doctors and midwives now view pregnancy as a yearlong endeavor.
Along with the physical and lifestyle preparations to consider even before conception, parents-to-be would do well to contemplate emotional readiness before jumping into a pregnancy, too, says Dr.
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