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"Rattled" profiles diverse couples who experience a wide range of challenges, milestones and triumphs as first-year parents. The life-changing circumstances mean already established lives go through periods of adjustment -- whether it's balancing work and the newborn, feeling pressure from family members about how they think the baby should be raised, or making sure that relationships with significant others remain intact.

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An unexpected turn complicates Julia's pregnancy with the triplets; Jamielynn's water breaks weeks early; Mariah and Raymond, together nine months, meet each other's families for the first time; Autumn's mom worries about the baby living on the boat.

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