Baby Coming!

Chan, Janet
May 2000
Parenting;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p19
Focuses on how to help children adjust to the idea of a new baby coming in the house. How the author's son accepted his baby sister, Laura; How `Parenting' magazine executive editor, Lisa Bain talked with her daughter about the coming of their baby girl.


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