what you could try is getting a baby doll, we have one for my daughter and she plays with her all the time. we try to show her baby and gentle, to try to get her to understand that you have to be careful around the baby. i'm thinking that she understands a little bit, she kisses the baby in mommy's tummy all the time. she is 22 and a half months old. she's going to be 2 right around the time her little sister shows up. good luckView Thread
don't worry about it. when i was pregnant with my first child, i was completely afraid of that too and i was embarrassed thinking about it happening. but you know what, when it came time for me to push i could care less. that's how i knew i was doing it right. all they do is just wipe you up and you're as good as new. well sort of. View Thread
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