Discover how your baby is developing in week 20. Plus, get tips on dealing with everything from stress to nosy relatives.
You'll start feel your baby's fluttering movements (called quickening) between now and 22 weeks. Get ready, mama: Feeling him kick is one of the most magical parts of being pregnant.
You may have nightmares around week 20. They may freak you out, but rest assured that it's normal and likely triggered by a combination of insomnia and worries about motherhood. Take a deep breath when you wake up and talk your dreams over with your partner or keep a journal to maintain your sense of self.
Baby's developing eyebrows, hair, and nails, and looks more and more like you and your partner every day! She's still kicking and flexing her muscles and testing out her reflexes.
You're halfway there, mama! And boy, does it show--in the best way. Go ahead and flaunt that bump. It's a beauty.
1. Talk to your other half about life after baby.
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We've got answers to your questions from experts and parents who've been there.
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