21 September 2009
The importance of preparing the pregnant body to give birth cannot be understated. This is where a man’s attention to detail comes into play. Imagine this: How big will your baby be when it’s born? The average weight is 7.8 pounds. If you don’t know what that weight is go and weigh a bunch of things.
But weight is not the only factor as you know. It’s the shape of the weight. So find several things that weigh between 6 and 10 pounds that have different shape. A baby’s length at birth is about 20″.
That shape and weight has to come out of its container. Its container is the woman’s body. That’s a detail you want to pay attention to.
Here’s the deal. That object has to open the woman’s cervix which is a tighter muscle than your rectum. Then that object has to pass through the hole in the woman’s pelvis. Once those two things happen then your baby has to open her vagina (the birth canal).
For most men it’s quite hard to imagine where the cervix is and what the hole in the pelvis means. These things you’ll learn in the DVD of The Pink Kit Package.
However, right now you can imagine if that 6 to 10 pound, 20″ long object were to come down and out your penis. What do you think about that? Not the most pleasant thought is it. Once you choke down that reality then you can see where paying attention to detail plays a big role in preparing a woman’s body to let this happen and have this journey happen in her body.
Can’t women just do this on their own?
But you’re the father-to-be and she wants you to be part of this whole process. In other words, without an extended family all around you and the women in her family helping her prepare her pregnant body you are IT.
But men love learning about a woman’s body. Just as women are fascinated by the penis, men are fascinated by the workings of a woman. By this time your baby is big enough for you to feel so the fascination is both about the woman’s body and how your baby is growing. Paying attention to preparing the woman’s pregnant body means you are actually paying attention to how a 3 dimensional object can come out from inside a 3 dimensional body with as little trauma as possible.