Find out what is going on in your belly during week 21. Also discover why your sex life and relationship with your partner might be adjusting slightly.
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.
If you're self-conscious about your body on top of losing sleep and worrying about the health and well-being of your baby, stress can take its toll. Try your best to work out and have some me-time to decompress and relax, and don't feel guilty about it, because that break is also keeping your little one intact!
Your baby's having a bit of a growth spurt. That's from all the amniotic fluid he or she is swallowing, though most of Baby's nourishment is still from the placenta.
You're growing, and so is your baby. You may not have the best body image right now, but rest assured--you're beautiful and you're nurturing a life in there. That's amazing, and it shows your strength, which is sexy, so chin up!
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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.
As your baby continues to develop, she is becoming increasingly aware of your activities.
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Now is a great time to sit down with your partner to discuss how your finances will change once the baby arrives.
Also known as cobalamin, vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient during pregnancy.
Everything you need to know about consuming peanuts during pregnancy--whether you're allergic or not.
Try these stretches to ensure you stay flexible throughout your pregnancy.
Zinc is an important nutrient for both you and baby--make sure you're getting enough.
Learn why you might be experiencing some belly button pain in your second trimester.
Your baby can't actually hurt you with his punches and kicks, but there are natural ways you can try to minimize his punches.
Stay on top of the job market while you're out for maternity leave to make sure you can adjust back into the workplace.