In real life, you take off work, drive 20 minutes, walk to the doc, wait another 15 to 30 minutes. See the doc for 10 minutes and then have half yr day blown. And it’s time that could’ve been spent preparing the baby’s room or working to provide for the baby.
I say this as a third trimester father to be who has been to several appointments and spent 15 hours in Bradley birth classes.
At some point, the baby is going to be here. It’s more important to cook for Mom and provide healthy meals and wait on her.
This BS about being at the doc’s office is counterproductive unless you’re hiring everything else out which most of us can’t afford to do.]]>