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My husband won't be here for the delivery how do I include him?

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2 years ago
I'm 36 weeks pregnant and my husband won't be here for the delivery of the baby due to training for the Army. How can I include him in the birth even though he's not here?

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2 years ago
Since he's training he probably won't be able to video chat during the birth, but maybe you could have someone record the birth (if your hospital allows it) so that he can still see it. If recording isn't an option make sure someone is there to take lots of pictures.
2 years ago
Set up your web cam on your computer on a table next to you and record it. Later, send it to him. Or a camcorder and e-mail it to him in pieces.

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