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Jerry & Stefanie
Jerry and I just wanted to say a big thank you to Parent Profiles!! We are now parents to the most beautiful little girl. After working with an adoption agency for over a year, we signed up with Parent Profiles. We activated our account on October 23rd, 2007. Our 1st contact came less than 2 weeks later. On November 13th we received an e-mail that would change our lives. more ...

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Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby

Your Health and Your Unborn Child

Most anyone knows that for a pregnant woman, your health is of utmost importance to the health of your unborn child. While you are pregnant, your body is undergoing major construction. Laying down a strong place for your fetus to grow and mature and making sure that you give it all the nutrients he or she needs. When people say that you are eating for two, they are right in more ways than they may think.

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Hello! We are the Lymans, and we are so glad you would give us the opportunity to adopt your child. We are a fun loving family with one daughter who can't wait to be a big sister. Take a look at our profile to get to know us!

If you are planning on becoming pregnant, a lot of studies have shown that taking the correct vitamins ahead of time can help you obtain a healthy pregnancy once you conceive. One of these important nutrients every new mommy-to-be needs is Folic Acid. Folic Acid is an amazing B vitamin that has been known to help reduce chances of your baby developing neural-tube defects such as spina bifida. Most prenatal vitamins contain a good amount of folic acid, but if you are looking to add it to your diet, some folate-rich foods are citrus, broccoli, spinach, grains or fortified breads and cereals.

Along with getting the important nutrients to maintain a healthy pregnancy you want to be sure to get enough exercise. Some studies have shown that a decent amount of walking or exercising while you are pregnant may help you during delivery and even on your road to recovering after baby arrives.

One of the most important things that any current mother or doctor can tell you is hydration during pregnancy. While you are pregnant, drinking lots of water has lots of great benefits. Besides the fact that you probably already have to go to the bathroom all of the time as it is, proper hydration also helps aid in maintaining the right amount of amniotic fluid around your baby in the womb. After pregnancy, drinking lots of fluids can also help you keep up a decent milk supply if you are nursing.

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