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Congratulations on your first baby! Get ready for all the joys of a party of three, but… as you do — keep in mind that most couples spend so much time focusing on baby showers, planning the nursery, Lamaze, and parenting classes, that they usually don’t think about how this bundle of joy is going to impact their marriage.
You’ve found “the one” and you’re in love. There are so many things to think about, so many people to share this news with, and so much to get done. But there’s more to think about than just your wedding day. Take a look at these easy tips to prepare for your actual marriage.
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