These days, pregnant women are bombarded with information, not only from their doctors, family members and friends but also from countless books, websites and magazines.
When it comes to the basics of what to expect when you’re expecting, Lowcountry moms-to-be seem to have it covered.
But it’s the little things that catch you unprepared. The nitty-gritty details.
Lowcountry Parent talked to local moms about where to go, what to do and how to get help for all your pregnancy and childcare needs in the Lowcountry.
Expectant Charleston mom Tonya Miller enjoys a pretty day during a walk on The Battery. Take time for portraits before and after the baby is born. Schedule a session one to three months before you are due.×
Jenny Littlejohn cradles her newborn baby, Ida Bell.×
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