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    Default first child/firstborn child

    If a woman is pregnant and her baby is actually her first one, is it correct to define a baby not yet been born a "firstborn child" or is i t better to say "her first child"?

    So in this sentence: They called the doctor to ask her to help Cindy to give birth to her firstborn child/first baby

    It is in this sentence fundamental to highlight that it was the first baby the woman had..............

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    Default Re: first child/firstborn child

    Ex: They called the doctor to ask her to help Cindy give birth to her first child/first baby.

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