Learn how your baby is growing in week 29 and start evaluating your labor preferences, from the best positions for delivery to pain relief options.
At this point, your baby is awake and asleep at very specific times of the day. Find out about his sleep patterns, and what they mean.
You may notice your breasts leaking at around week 29. It's usually only a few drops of a precursor to breast milk called colostrum--and although it's annoying, it's nothing to worry about.
Your baby's kicks, punches, and love taps are getting stronger--as is baby's brainpower, as the part of the brain that determines intelligence and personality develops.
You may feel fatigued and weak, but your baby is getting stronger than ever. That should be enough to motivate you to keep on keepin' on!
1. Enjoy your baby shower!
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.
Your baby is beginning to hear and respond to noises from outside your body. Don't be surprised if she jumps at loud sounds!
What's going on with your baby in pregnancy week 29? Find out all about important pregnancy milestones and exciting fetal development s...
Feeling strangely clumsy? The changes your body is going through might make you less agile, so keep these tips in mind to stay steady.
Keep moving during labor to help your baby progress downward. Try these sitting and standing positions to keep things moving along.
Learn what it means if your baby is breech and why you shouldn't worry about it at this point in your pregnancy.
Worrying about everything that could go wrong during delivery is very normal. Get the facts on several common fears to ease your mind.
Try these tips for regaining energy in your third trimester.
Read up on all the pain relief options available to you during labor so you can make a well-informed choice.
Learn the risk factors for PROM and what to do if you suspect your membranes have ruptured.
Find out how to cope with fears of childbirth so you have a more relaxed, happy experience on your big day.
Get the facts on domestic violence during pregnancy and advice on where to turn if you need help.
Before you start shopping and decorating for the new baby, find out what safety hazards to watch out for in baby furniture.
Some women find that hypnotism helps relieve some pain--or at least distract them from it.