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"Baby’s Birth"

It’s time! Your due date is nearing. My biggest worry was over where I would be and what it would feel like when my water broke. I had missed my due date so my husband and I knew that our baby could come at any time. Both of us longed to see our son’s face and kiss his forehead.

We were as ready as two nervous expectant parents could be. Was it that way for you, too? Two weeks before your due date, pack a bag for you and the baby. Daddy will make dry runs of the hospital route. Every family member will be on high alert.

Picture Ideas:

Capture the blow-by-blow excitement. Let daddy take pictures of you packing your essentials for a short hospital stay. Next is baby’s bag. Choosing the cutest outfit for baby to wear home deserves a picture.

If daddy is a nervous wreck by the time you reach the hospital, have a friend meet you there to capture everything on camera. Otherwise, the nurses oftentimes will gladly grab the camera for you and take some pictures, when asked.

Take pictures of the birthing room and you in that fashionable hospital gown. If your picture taker isn’t squeamish, let them take pictures of the actual birth and daddy cutting the umbilical cord.

Of course someone will need to take a photo of you holding your precious child for the first time. Other photo opportunities are a picture of the doctor holding the baby, a family photo and a family photo with the doctor or midwife in the pictures as well.

Scrapbooking Ideas:

Have a separate page for the packing and then one or two for the birthing process. Paste foam decorations in the shape of rattles, bottles, diaper pins, etc. around the page. Use colorful alphabet stickers for the title. Choose a title like “Getting Ready”. Scrapbook paper with a baby or cherub background would work well for the page with photos of the actual birth.