Your baby's "rapid growth" period is coming to an end in week 36. Find out how she will continue to develop this week and take a look at our predelivery checklist so you're prepared for the big day.
In month 9 of pregnancy, your baby is fully-grown and preparing for his big debut. Find out what to pack in your hospital bag as you prepare for labor and delivery.
Your belly may feel lighter, and that's because it is. Your baby is dropping lower, toward your pelvis, to prepare for delivery, so you'll feel a little less weight around your middle.
You know those cute rolls of blubber on babies that you love so much? Your little one is developing those now, because all that extra fat will maintain Baby's body temperature.
The big day is almost here--and you're starting to really feel it, from "dropping" to Braxton Hicks contractions. Get ready!
1. Schedule a non-stress test if it's advised.
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.
By now, your baby weighs about 6 pounds and is nearly 19 inches long.
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Find out what to expect during labor if you're carrying twins or triplets--or more!
Follow this checklist and guide to packing for the hospital to ensure you are ready to go when baby is!
It's best to stay home during your third trimester. If you have to travel, keep these guidelines in mind.
Try these tips to keep your energy up as your due date approaches.