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12 Taboo Topics for New Moms

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Boy or Girl?


One of our staff members admitted, "I have made the mistake of assuming that a baby was a boy or a girl." If you meet a baby and you're not sure of the sex, hold off on saying "he" or "she" until you can get some clues from the parent. Ask something like, "What's your baby's name?" If people get confused about the sex of your infant, remember that it's a common mistake and proudly introduce your boy or girl.

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