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Medical Leave Act, 8 Best Cribs, Parental Genetic Testing

The Run-up: Week 9

Your baby is developing things that you take for granted every day, including: elbows, eyelids and nipples (hell yes, you take your nipples for granted). The kid is about the size of the radio knob on a 1965 Chevy Impala, which is manly AF. Your doc will probably measure the kid and give you a revised due date. Things are getting real

Your Partner: She’s starting to have to pee way more often. Plan your routes accordingly.

Here’s everything that you should know for this week. (You can also look back to Week 8 or skip ahead to Week 10)

How The Family Medical Leave Act Works For Dads

The U.S. is one of the only countries in the world without paid leave, but the Family Medical Leave Act will keep you from losing your job.
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The 8 Best Cribs For Every Style, Space, And Budget

Modern, stylish, traditional, and convertible cribs for all budgets and spaces, all meeting or exceeding strict safety standards.
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Prenatal Genetic Testing: What You Need To Know

Prenatal genetic testing is justifiably anxiety-inducing. Find out more about the tests and be informed when your doc brings it up.
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