Monthly Archives: August 2013

Daughter? Easy Diet to Conceive Baby Girl

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Having a daughter is a dream for many parents.
How is it possible to increase your chances to conceive baby girl?

There are several different ways to have a girl. Among them special baby girl diet, Chinese lunar calendar, ovulation based methods, hot bath before sex for a man and many others. Now I would like to discuss girl diet.

According to scientist if you eat special food you can make your chances to conceive baby girl more than 80%.

So what to eat if you want to have a girl?

It must be a food with high levels of calcium and magnesium, such as green vegetables.

Such diet rich in fruit, vegetables and rice in the nine weeks before you plan to attempt to conceive increase the levels of calcium and magnesium in your bloodstream and so increase your chances to conceive a girl.

Drink suggestions: Milk, Cranberry, Diet Cool-aid, Aquafina, Dasania (Aquafina and Dasania both are made with reverse osmoses which naturally lowers the pH of water to about a 5-6) and Cranberry Juice.

Below are the examples of

“GIRL DIET”
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Pregnant and Moving? 5 Tips to Survive the Move

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There are some events that some women prefer experience only once or twice in life: moving and pregnancy are two. While both can be planned for, they also happen to occur unexpectedly. And, sometimes, for an unlucky few, they overlap. But what’s a gal to do when her husband’s got a killer job offer while she’s right in the middle of morning-noon-and-night sickness, doing some serious nesting or wondering just how much bigger her belly’s going to get? Realize the universe has other plans, get a few tips and get to work.

Pregnant while moving image by Rob! via Flickr.

Whip Our Your Planner and Notebook

Now’s the time to channel your inner organization freak by being obsessive about making packing lists and all the little check boxes that accompany the move. Stock up on Sharpies, boxes and bubble wrap. Keep a notebook just for moving-related information, such as potential moving dates, people to enlist to help and things to do before and after moving. When everything’s in once place, you’ll feel some control over all the chaos.

Call In The Movers…

Resist the urge to be super-mommy and trying to do the majority of the work by yourself. Hiring a moving company will be well worth the money. An article from The Moving Blog says to be sure to check out the company’s rating with the Department of Transportation, as well as the Better Business Bureau, to make sure you’re working with a good team. Finally, leave the heavy lifting to the guys. After all, that’s what they’re paid to do.

…And Some Reinforcements

Moving a household of two is drastically different than an established family with kids. If you’ve already been through the whole pregnancy thing before (or have a fur baby or two) ask the grandparents to come watch your other kiddos. This will be done preferably off-site so they’re not in the way to slow the grown-ups down.

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Getting Ready For Labor and Delivery

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Perhaps one of the most memorable moments a woman could have in her entire life is having a baby. Getting ready for labor and delivery for the baby is very important because this is a matter of life and death situation. You really can’t afford to make any mistakes here because if a mistake is done it might become dangerous for the baby and the mother. For those couple s that still expects a baby, getting into situation will become confusing because you will tend to lose your calm. This is always natural if it is the couple’s first experience when it comes to this situation.

So, it would be advisable for these couple to know what is really needed to be done whenever this situation comes. There are many helpful tips that you can get from websites online. This is really advisable especially for the husband who is going to be a daddy soon. Labor is not limited to packing the things needed by the woman, it is more than that. An expectant husband should be always prepared for whenever the labor starts; he should be alert and most importantly is that to remain to be calm. He should be very supportive in this situation.
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