The holiday season is fast approaching, and as you look
around you count your blessings. You
have a full life. A wonderful husband,
beautiful and most importantly, healthy children, a loving home and friends and
family you love and who love you.
For some couples, getting pregnant is as easy. They decide it’s time, conceive, have nine
months to plan and prepare, fight their way through sleepiness, morning
sickness, back pain and discomfort, all with the final goal of holding their
little bundle of joy in their arms.
When you have a baby even the simplest of errands demands a
great deal of planning and preparedness.
For example, you may just be walking two short blocks to pick up a child
from school but you need a stroller, a blanket either to protect baby from the
cold or the sun, a burp cloth in case of spit up, a pacifier, a diaper and
wipes, maybe a bottle and a number of other things may be needed.
Everybody is afraid of something. Some fears are common, others are seemingly
bizarre. Some fears are those of
childhood and are outgrown before puberty; others progress and become worse in
adulthood. Some people have fear that is
debilitating; others have fear that makes them behave comically and laugh at