Having a child is surely the most beautifully irrational act that two people in love can commit.- Bill Cosby
Do you anticipate raising our children completely differently from the way you were raised?
Do you anticipate raising our children the same way we were raised?
How important is it to you that your children are raised near your extended family?
How long do you expect to stay home from work when the baby is born?
If we are unable to have children, would we adopt?
If you could choose, would you rather have a girl, boy, or both?
What activities would you like to keep doing after the baby is born?
What church would we attend?
What is your view…?
What is your view of abortion?
What is your view of fertility treatments?
What type of diapers will you use?
What type of discipline would you use on a teenager?
Who will be invited to the baby shower?
Who will have a baby shower?
Will each child have their own room?
Will the chores change in the household during pregnancy and after child birth?
Would everyone go to church?
Would things change if you were pregnant with multiples?
Please read all 50 Tips and learn more about this book: 50 Questions to Ask Before Deciding to Try to Get Pregnant by Lisa Rusczyk Ed.D.