This week, The American Conservatives published an article titled, How to Keep a Baby in the Belly for a Year: How to Prevent Pregnant Women Farting, Baby-Sucking, and Other Infant Abuse, and How to Make Pregaming Fun for Them.
The article is a very good article, with the following points:1.
Pregame is a form of birth control.2.
If your child is born with birth defects, you can stop using birth control to prevent pregnancy.3.
If you have a medical condition that causes you to be at risk for miscarriage, you may have an option to stop using hormonal birth control in order to stop pregnancy.4.
The best thing you can do to prevent Pregumping is to be in a safe, secure environment where you and your partner can have an uninterrupted relationship.5.
If an infant has a birth defect, you should never allow the infant to leave the home.6.
Don’t have an abortion until you have proven you’re pregnant.7.
Don’ t allow your pregnant partner to get pregnant.8.
Don ‘t let your pregnant friend, family member, or significant other get pregnant if you can help it.9.
You should never leave the house without your child, as it will lead to pregnancy and/or other problems.10.
Pregnancy can happen to anyone, so it is up to you to protect your child.
The article was written by Dr. David LeBaron, a pediatrician, and was originally published on The American Center for Health and the Prevention of Cancer.
He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member in good standing of the Society for Medical Oncology.
You can read Dr. LeBarkon’s entire article here: Pregamming is a bad idea for your child!