SURREY, ENGLAND, March 18, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- According to a report from the Daily Mail on February 1st 2013, the Duchess of Cambridge's baby news had encouraged a huge surge in home fertility testing sales, which soared by 60% as women rushed to share the experience of a princess.
The craze coincides with the tradition of many conceptions talking place between the months of February and March - spring signalling the distant sound of tiny baby feet by autumn.
As pregnancy planning takes hold, many expectant parents think of saving for cots, prams and nappies; for new nurseries and university funds.
However, while all these are both a necessity and valuable, another essential on the list of things to buy for your baby's future, is life insurance cover.
While this might seem a morbid and premature decision, it might actually be one of the most responsible things you do for your unborn child, to offer it a lifetime of a security and safety in the worst case scenarios.
The types of life insurance cover offered are extensive and thorough, ensuring that the preciousness of your baby's life is bundled and cushioned with as much financial security as possible. A careful look around at a life insurance quote
-a must when investing in something so valuable - will show a range of monthly premiums that should give any parent peace of mind about where their money goes.
From critical illness insurance
to fixed premiums that only change when you and your family do, there are policies out there designed to support your loved ones, however tiny, should anything happen to you along the way.
When setting aside funds for education and healthcare, it makes more than sense to ensure your child's future is supported by a life insurance policy that means no matter what happens to you, they will be always be looked after.
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