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Emily's New Sister

Hi, my name is Emily.
That's my family over there. I have a little brother named Josh and this is my dog... his name is Flanders.

Emily's Scrapbook

A few days after my surprise birthday party, Mommy and Daddy told me our family would have another surprise, a new baby. With my parent's help, I made a colorful scrapbook describing what happened while we waited for the baby to arrive. Click the picture to see my scrapbook.

Emily's Scrapbook
Emily's Scrapbook

My New Sister (or Brother)

If you're like me, I had a lot of questions about the new baby. Click a picture below to learn more with me.

Games - Come Play with Me

Here are some fun games for you to play.

Family Campout
This is my family. If you would like to meet them, click the picture.

Family Campout
Family Campout

Percy's Portrait Palace
I wondered if our new baby would look like Mommy or Daddy. To find out, click the picture.

Percys Portrait Palace
Percys Portrait Palace

Amazing Memory Game
Here's a game I can't wait to play with my new baby sister or brother. If you'd like to play with me, click the picture.

Amazing Memory Game
Amazing Memory Game

Tinkertot
I wonder.... will the new baby have lots of hair, big ears or blue eyes? I can't wait to find out. To play a fun "dress-up" game, click the picture.

Tinkertot
Tinkertot

Updated: 12/9/2012

Irina Burd, MD, PhD, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.


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