An American expatriate's primer for being pregnant overseas in an Embassy environment and the return to the U.S. for birth. Plus thoughts and ideas regarding raising your American child in a foreign environment, sometimes with unusual circumstances or situations (like visiting foreign diplomats). Hints and help for how to balance all of this by making informed choices. Travel tips, packing tips, organization and hints to help survive this huge change to your expatriated existence!
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