4. You Are Already a Mom

Months before your baby actually arrives, you’ll be acting like a proper mom. Not only will you start to buckle yourself in and live a little more safely (those protective instincts kick in early!) but you’ll be telling everyone else to do the same, too. You’ll bond with other moms who are dealing with maneuvering a pushchair round a restaurant, or battling a screaming baby in a shop, and you’ll melt a little when you feel every kick.

The Pain Starts Early
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