Find out how your baby is growing in week 35 and how to relieve swelling and other aches and pains.
At long last, you're about to meet your son or daughter! Watch the miraculous journey your baby will go through as he (or she) exits your uterus and enters the world.
You may experience some extra-thick discharge now that's pink or slightly bloody. This is your mucus plug from your cervix, which can come out up to two weeks before labor.
Your baby is probably getting in position to go head-first out the birth canal--and into the world!
Coming soon: your new addition! Haven't finished the nursery yet? Might be time to get on that.
We've got answers to your questions from experts and parents who've been there.
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Find out why you made need a version--the manual turning of your baby into position--if an ultrasound shows she is breech.
Find out how long your labor should last depending on if this is your first baby or not.
You may notice some swelling, especially in your hands and feet.
Keeping a memory book or journal is a great way to remember the first few weeks and months with your baby. They'll fly by.
Grandparents play an important role in your baby's life. Here are some common issues you may encounter.
Don't worry about not having enough love left over for a second child--your bond will grow strong in time.
Don't forget to take care of these tasks before you begin maternity leave.
Write down a post-baby exercise plan to ensure you stay motivated to lose the pounds you gained during pregnancy.