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There's no one answer in this hypothetical situation. You set it up however it works best for the three of you. That might mean all of you living with her parents if you can't support yourself, her and your child. It might mean her continuing college or continuing part time work, but probably not both, unless her mother wants to do the childrearing. It ...


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For a women with no pregnancy complications, any exercise done in moderate levels is considered safe during pregnancy. It is also advised not to take up any difficult exercise (especially if you are new to it) while pregnant. Women with medical problems (like asthma, heart disease, uncontrolled type 1 diabetes), and obstetric condition (like Bleeding/...


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If you're far enough along to feel movement, it will clearly--100% chance-- show on ultrasound. So--to address a key part of your question--it's not possible that you're pregnant. To address the rest of your question: no, the child can't sense embryonic fetuses. You might want to read up on the stages of development in the first year. A lot is happening ...


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All evidence suggests that no, your infant can not sense your pregnancy. What they are very sensitive to, however, are your own moods and activities. Your behaviour (and the behaviour of those around you) is going to be one of the main reasons for behaviours you see from your child (in addition to the inherent nursing behaviours etc) I'm having to disregard ...



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