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Giving birth is such a monumental task, making sure you have these things with you should help smooth D-Day.
Among most new Malay mothers, the dalam pantang is a common practice, in which the mother or mother-in-law lives in to supervise the mum’s confinement.
The Chinese refer to this period of rest as zuo yue, literally “sitting still for a month”. Chinese women observe a 28- to 30-day confinement period,
Indian mothers generally go through 40 days of confinement (or at least 30 days).
Great reasons to enjoy your beautiful bump as much as you can before baby joins the family!
Don’t bother to include these things and you’ll save yourself the hassle of hauling a heavy bag to the hospital.
No need to be in labour any longer that you have to. Follow these tips and hold your bundle sooner!