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My husband had the baby blues.

15th February 2012

I was talking to Debbie the other day and she told me about her husband’s baby blues.  After the baby was born her husband found it difficult to adjust to the new member of the family.  Debbie’s husband was used to having a tidy home and having a baby meant that Debbie’s time was spent with the baby.

Most couples face this when they have a new baby but for this couple it was even more difficult.  When things got really difficult she called Theresa her Pregnancy Outreach Worker because she knew that she would understand.

Debbie contacted Theresa her POW to ask her what she should do.  They didn’t know where to turn to or how to cope.  They needed some support with the new baby.


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