Your baby is entering his "finishing period" in week 33--find out what this means for his development. Also learn what you can do now to prepare for your new arrival including developing a parenting plan, collecting your secret parenting weapons, and buying baby clothes.
Your baby now weighs about three pounds, roughly the size of a melon. Get the scoop on how much more she'll grow before she's born--and what new developments she's making right now.
You may be experiencing contractions, but you're probably not in labor yet. These are called Braxton Hicks contractions, and they're your body's way of practicing for the actual delivery.
There's not much room for Baby to move anymore, which is actually going to be a relief for you, as you'll deal with fewer kicks and elbow jabs.
Your baby is in the big "finishing period," and your body is gearing up for the final marathon of pregnancy--birth!
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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.
Your baby is in his final stages of development this week!
What's going on with your baby in pregnancy week 33? Find out all about important pregnancy milestones and exciting fetal development s...
Don't worry if you don't look like other pregnant women you see--bellies and positions of the baby vary from woman to woman.
Find out what special precautions you may need to take if your baby has special needs.
Find out if you are one of the small number of women who should not plan to breastfeed after your baby is born.
Shopping for baby clothes is one of the most exciting pre-baby events for many moms. Here's what you'll need for your newborn.
Use the time you have alone with your partner now to discuss what kind of parents you hope to be and how you want to accomplish your pa...
Don't forget to grab a few of these must-haves you'll need for baby in a few weeks.
Support your baby's brain growth by getting plenty of omega-3 fatty acid.
Be especially careful with food preparation these days to prevent food-borne illness.