If you ask a medical doctor what’s important during pregnancy, you’ll hear about health conditions that are considered complications that every mom-to-be should be constantly looking for. What’s on the list includes anemia, urinary tract infections, depression, diabetes, infections, weight, and high blood pressure.
And yes, these are important.
But what is the most fundamental problem every pregnant mom – maybe like you – deals with no matter what her age or ethnic background is?
It’s how to communicate with that rapidly-forming baby inside her womb. How do you communicate with another human that doesn’t know your language, can’t speak, and isn’t even fully formed?