As your baby continues to grow in week 14, is going to start to grow more too! Get tips on planning your maternity leave and more.
Here's to hoping you're no longer feeling nauseated or exhausted! Right now your baby's brain and eyes are making dramatic strides each day. Learn all about it.
You probably have more energy than you did before, and chances are, your nausea and moodiness are curbed a bit. Use some of that extra get-up-and-go to head to the gym, or try a few pregnancy workouts at home.
Remember how your little guy learned to suck his thumb last week? This week all that effort is giving him those chubby cheeks you'll love.
This is the "feel-good" trimester: You're physically stronger than you were from weeks 4-13, and you are probably relieved knowing your risk of miscarriage just dropped by 75 percent. Embrace it and enjoy it.
1. Tell your family and friends your good news.
Take a unique look at Baby's development inside the womb this week.
Organize your doctor's appointments, save your ultrasound photos, and more--all in one place!
We've got answers to your questions from experts and parents who've been there.
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If you haven't had much of a belly yet, don't worry -- your big tummy is on its way!
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Find a fitness buddy to keep you motivated to stay fit.
Learn how to get enough protein in your diet -- even when the thought of meat makes you sick.
Find out how to cut down on the sodium in your diet to keep you and your baby as healthy as possible.
Find out if you are at your healthiest weight for yourself and your baby.