All Mercy services have reopened! See how we’re keeping you safe and use our interactive COVID-19 screening tool.
It’s been said that partners can feel isolated, distant and insignificant during a pregnancy. People flock to her, admiring her growing belly and other physical changes, while her partner goes generally unnoticed. It may be difficult for a partner to understand the day-to-day reality of carrying a child to term, but there are ways they can participate. The following are some pieces of advice for partners during pregnancy:
If you are an expectant parent, there are several ways to share in your partner's pregnancy. You can be there to feel the baby kick, shop for the nursery, help determine baby names.
Be confident and ready for your baby's debut. Get pro tips and resources in our free "Countdown to Baby" guide.