Totally in love

June 2006
Australian Parents;Jun/Jul2006, p90
The article presents the experience of the author in feeling the same motherly love instinct while attending the birth of her friend's first baby. She compares her feeling when she gave birth to her own first-born. She also explained to her friend the experience of actual labor and delivery. She also made it a point to teach her friend how to take care of the newly-born.


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