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Family-Friendly TV Shows to Being Watch During Your Pregnancy

The reason why mothers are more emotionally attached to their young ones is that they are the people who go through the pain of birth. In addition to that, a woman takes care of her child even before he or she is born. During pregnancy, a woman must be vigilant and watch what she eats. Her body expands, and the transformation leaves visible signs in the form of stretch marks and sagging skin. Mothers also share their body nutrients with the fetus, which often leaves them feeling lethargic. The list of the struggles of a pregnant woman goes on and on.

Family-Friendly TV Shows to Being Watch During Your Pregnancy

According to research conducted by the American Pregnancy Association, the fetus starts to hear outside noises by the 18th week of pregnancy and at around the 24th week, they become more sensitive towards sounds. As a mother, one should refrain from swearing and shelter one’s self from vulgar things. That includes TV shows and movies too. It is preferable for women to watch emotionally soothing things during pregnancy. They should not watch shows that are famous for their crass content such as Family Guy or America’s Next Top Model. Instead, watch clean and family-friendly TV series like these:

  • 7th Heaven (1996):

Our first pick is the American drama series 7th Heaven. This show revolves around the lives of the Camden family members which includes the Reverand Eric Camden, Eric’s wife Annie, and their seven children. In this show, the American actor, director, writer, and musician Stephen Collins plays the role of Eric Camden. Collins’ performance in this television series is commendable because of his spot-on depiction of a hard working father who is raising not just one but seven children. If you liked his performance in Star Trek or The First Wives Club, then you will adore him in 7th Heaven.

From marriage to pregnancy to dealing with your stubborn teenage kid: this show touches every aspect of the parental life. Plus, it has just the right amount drama which will get you hooked immediately.

  • Home Improvement (1991):

Produced and written by the makers of The Cosby Show; Home improvement is one of the funniest and cheesy sitcoms of all time. Among 90s tv shows, Home Improvement has an excellent comic value. This show revolves around the lives of Tim ‘the tool man’ Taylor and his family, which includes his wife Jill Taylor and their three young and mischevious sons, namely; Brad, Randy, and Mark.

With their humorous and adorable antics, the Taylor family is bound to make a home in your heart.

  • The Fresh Prince of Bel Air (1990):

If you are one of the handful people, who haven’t seen this show, then you need to check it off your list immediately.

This show stars, the now most top-grossed actor, Will Smith. Smith plays the role of a smart teenager from the rough neighborhood of West Philadelphia. The show starts when Will gets into a fight on a local basketball court, after which his mother sends him to live with his well-off aunt and uncle in their mansion. This sitcom is hysterical yet heart-warming. It shows how a kid from the ghetto learns to adjust to the lavish lifestyle of Bel Air elites. It also demonstrates the value of parental guidance and love that helps in saving teenagers from going down the wrong path.

Conclusion:

Being a mother is not an easy job. It requires lots of compassion and patience to bring a child into this world and raise him/her. Therefore, you need to give yourself a break by relaxing and turning on the TV. Because watching TV assists, you let go of the stress as you enjoy the fictional world of drama, comedy, and action.

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