I''m worried about the children if we have to go to the hospital in the middle of the night. What can I do?

Statistically, more labours begin at night than during the day, so this may well happen. What you need to do is have a few plans of action. You could have a friend or relative to stay for the last month of pregnancy, but what if your waters were to go before this? The point being made is that you need more than one plan. Do arrange for someone to stay. You could also have someone ''on-call'' that your children know, you would be prepared to come around at short notice. If all else fails, you could go ahead to the labour ward and your partner can arrange for the children to be cared for and follow you later. If you are on your own with children, you may be able to find a trusted friend or relative to be available for these eventualities.
Wednesday, 13 November, 2019 Add To Favorites | Make Us Your Start Page
Search 

Login  

Username: 
  Password: 
 

Forgotten
Password?

  Site Menu

  Our Sponsors





 
Home | Ask A Question | Search | Register | Glossary | About Us | Contact Us
© 2006 Pregnancy Questions & Answers