Having a baby is not easy physically or emotionally. Your body has just been through an extreme trauma, and after months of watching yourself go through changes, you now have a little person to take care of.
These challenges are often made even more difficult when a baby is born premature. The nurses in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or NICU, have the responsibility of caring for these premature babies and monitoring their progress. However, they might also be monitoring the babies’ parents, as one mom learned.
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Many people dream about having children. When they find out they are pregnant, they are filled with excitement and anticipation, waiting for the day that they’ll finally be able to meet their little one. As the months go by, they prepare their home and their life to fit another person.
They think about how things will be different as they get ready emotionally to welcome a son or daughter into their family. They imagine holding their brand new baby for the first time against their chest, swaddled in blankets. But no matter how ready they think they are, it’s impossible to prepare for everything.
Staying fit is certainly a commitment. Besides doing the physical training, there are some other factors to consider, like nutrition