Get Those Pickles! 7 Things ALL Pregnant Women Want Their Spouses to Do

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My husband cooked the majority of dinners during my pregnancy. I hated the smell of most foods and often felt too sick, weak or exhausted to prepare meals. I appreciated him ... more 
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My husband cooked the majority of dinners during my pregnancy. I hated the smell of most foods and often felt too sick, weak or exhausted to prepare meals. I appreciated him doing most of the cooking. If your wife is the one who normally cooks dinner, taking over is a great way to ensure she is able to get a little extra rest.
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Tue, Aug 20, 2013 11:54 AM EDT
Every so often my mind will backtrack to the time when I was pregnant. My pregnancy was extremely difficult. With my second child I knew what to expect because I had done this before. Even so, it didn't make the constant sickness, dizzy spells and the host of other ailments that had everyone, including me feeling sorry for myself, any easier to tolerate. Nevertheless, each day I thanked God that my baby was OK. Each time I heard/saw her heartbeat or felt her move was comfort to my worrisome heart but there were also other things that gave me comfort during this difficult time, including the small gestures made by my husband that not only showed his love for me but made those 39 weeks a little more bearable. Click through for 7 simple way to show your pregnant partner love! -By Krishann Briscoe



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