40 reasons to have a child

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40 reasons to have a child: Does he smell the idea of ​​having a baby? He grumbles and seeks all the excuses to repel the arrival of the baby. Here, to convince him, 40 of the best reasons to have a child …

40 reasons to have a child
40 reasons to have a child

You have been in a couple for a long time now, you live together, and you dream of one thing now … To enlarge your family nascent by adding a small being bubbling, wiggling and overflowing with love.

Despite your subtle allusions and your imploring look, your Doudou turns a deaf ear and does not seem as impatient as you to have this baby?

Here are 40 of the best reasons to make a child. Among them, you will certainly find one that will bend your man, and that will answer the question he will not fail to ask “One, baby? However, why?”

  • Because pregnant women are gorgeous.
  • Because, at 3, life is softer.
  • Because having a baby is certainly the most beautiful proof of love.
  • For the pleasure of finding a first name for his piece of cabbage.
  • To buy cute baby clothes.
  • Because a baby’s drowsy kiss is so good.
  • Because the laughter of a child is the most beautiful music in the world.
  • To discover unconditional love.
  • Because “Dad” and “Mom” are the most tender words.
  • To make beautiful photos.
  • To re-read the books that fascinated you when you were a child.
  • Because of a man with a stroller, It is so sexy.
  • To be moved by all the “first times” of her baby.
  • Because being surrounded by children makes it possible to remain young.
  • To have an apology to all these packages of cakes in your closets.
  • To believe with him in Santa Claus.

… Moreover, to the little mouse too.

  • To revise your multiplication tables.
  • To be the superhero of someone.
  • To discover life through his eyes.
  • To fall back into childhood.
  • To have the most beautiful reasons to get up in the morning.
  • To meet the real wonder.
  • To recognize in his face the eyes of his dad and the dimple of yours.
  • To make naps in the middle of the day.
  • To find all the odors of childhood.
  • To have breasts that fill your bravery well.
  • To give and receive tons of kisses.
  • To dispense contraception for the next nine months.
  • To go without complex at Disneyland, Parc Asterix, and Futuroscope.
  • To wrap in a blanket, watching drawings animated (with an ice cream in hand).
  • To make him burst out laughing by blowing on his little round drum.
  • To no longer suffer the disapproving look of the cashier in front of the mountains of packages of candy that you lay on his treadmill.
  • To find the pleasure of a picnic in the living room or a snack taken under a sheet stretched between two chairs.
  • To sing songs to someone who finally enjoys your voice.
  • To have a good excuse to cut short a little too boring meal. To rediscover the sleepovers. … Moreover, later, the booms. To read the admiration and total confidence in his eyes To finally understand why your parents are so worried about you for all this time … To rediscover the sleepovers. … Moreover, later, the booms. To read the admiration and total confidence in his eyes To finally understand why your parents are so worried about you for all this time … To rediscover the sleepovers. … Moreover, later, the booms. To read the admiration and total confidence in his eyes To finally understand why your parents are so worried about you for all this time …
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I am in the privileged position of doing both a clinical psychologist and a parent, with over 18 years experience of working with Fertility, Pregnancy , Baby,And 13 years experience of maternity. That means that, while I have every confidence in my clinical and professional ability, I can also tell you that I totally understand the insecurities, fears, hopes and immense joys that come with parenting