Your baby is almost here! Find out how baby-to-be is developing in week 37 plus learn common signs of labor and how to plan your breastfeeding diet.
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.
Doctors say getting it on is beneficial or at least harmless during week 37, so if you're in the mood for sex, more power to you! You may experience some spotting afterward, but don't worry--that's totally normal.
Your baby is sharpening all five senses and his or her immune system. The umbilical cord is sending Baby antibodies so to help ward off infections that exist outside the womb.
Your baby will be here any minute! Scary, yes, but also incredibly exciting.
1. Prepare your kids for their new sibling.
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.
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Learn a few common prelabor signs--it's almost time!
Your breasts are not just bigger these days--they're busy making milk, too.
Soon your baby may shift downward in preparation for labor.
Circumcision is often a very tough and personal decision. Keep these facts in mind no matter which route you choose.
Try these tips to keep moving and focus on other things as you're moving through early labor.
Weigh the pros and cons of having your other children in the delivery room carefully.
Your partner will stay calmer and more focused if he knows exactly what he should do during labor and delivery. Develop a checklist tog...
Start thinking about your post-pregnancy diet now. You'll need more healthy calories for breastfeeding.
It may take a few weeks to feel back to normal after delivery, but don't worry--it will happen!
Find out what your "bloody show" might look like.