expectant mother


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expectant mother

A pregnant woman. I know the subway's crowded, but you should really give your seat to the expectant mother standing by the door.
See also: mother

expectant mother

a pregnant woman. The doctor's waiting room was filled with expectant mothers. The magazine has articles of interest to young parents and expectant mothers.
See also: mother
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It would require shopping centers and major retailers to designate at least one parking spot for expectant mothers and create a safe and secure area for women to breastfeed.
Fathers and partners now have the right to take unpaid time off work to accompany expectant mothers to up to 2 antenatal appointments.
A conscientious, egalitarian expectant mother may want to wait to find out the sex of the baby because she doesn't want to create an environment that reinforces old gender stereotypes.
An example of a journal entry for an expectant mother may be, "I just came back from my monthly check up with my Midwife.
This state-of-the-art birthing centre focuses on making an expectant mothers journey through pregnancy, a hassle-free, extremely comfortable, aware and a joyous experience through its concept boutique.
said Thursday it will begin distributing maternity tags to expectant mothers from Friday, allowing them to receive preferential service, especially when boarding or getting off a plane.
She can also offer support for other family members who want to quit so that the expectant mother has everyday support and is less likely to start smoking due to people smoking around her.
Although she is in a crowded relief camp, Radhika had the right to ante-natal care that every expectant mother needs, with doctors checking for danger signs that could lead to pregnancy-related complications, such as oedema, anaemia and dehydration.
Jean-Marie Baptiste Vianney, who "reads the future aright," counseled an expectant mother, who already had a large family, with these words --"Be comforted my child .
That decision reflected fire court's reasoning at the time: that a defendant physician whose negligence leads to a fetal death violates no duty to the expectant mother because the alleged misconduct injures only the fetus.
The report raises again an issue which came up earlier when the Winnipeg Child and Family Services attempted to require an expectant mother to undergo addiction treatment.
Chris Slattery, founder of Expectant Mother Care, one of the targeted CPCs, told syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin that Spitzer's move "is a triple attack on the First Amendment -- on our freedom of assembly, religion, and speech.
By reaching an expectant mother at her obstetrician's office with a sample in a gift pack, Kaplan says the product is associated with a credible source of information.
She posed with another expectant mother who wore restrictive Victorian maternity wear including a corset and petticoat which took over half an hour to put on.
We studied the changes in the feet that occur during pregnancy and spent nearly two years developing a shoe that would address the needs of the expectant mother," said Tom Adams, managing director of New Life Shoes.