7 Things Couples Should Consider Before Having A Baby

While there are some things to think about that can wait (like whether you'll use cloth or disposable diapers), there are a few important things to consider before having a baby.

There are so many things to consider before having a baby, so the decision process can seem a little overwhelming at first.

But while there are some things to think about that can wait (like whether you'll use cloth or disposable diapers), there are a few things to consider before having a baby that you definitely need to think about before you go off the Pill and start looking for an OB/GYN.

Here are 7 serious things to consider before having a baby.

While again, you don't have to think about some of the smaller issues yet, these are the main things to consider before having a baby… once these are all out of the way, feel free to consider the pros and cons of breast-feeding, co-sleeping, and whether or not you'll need a midwife.

Source: AllWomensTalk

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