This might be a silly question, but does the mood of a woman whilst pregnant effect the mood of the baby?
I know quite a few mums and there seems to be quite a big difference between babies who's mum's had a great "easy" pregnancies, compared to those who hated their pregnancy. All the ones who took everything they read for gospel and were really hard on themselves and almost hibernated during pregnancy have ended up with more whiny children. Then those who almost acted as though they weren't pregnant at all have the happiest children I've ever met!
i thought that if you are chilled out with the baby when you have had it, the way you act around it then it will mean a calmer baby. didnt think it affected the baby when its inside you if you were stressed!hope not cos i get stressed all the time at work!
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