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37 Weeks Pregnant – Full Term at Last!

YourBabyLibrary- 37 Weeks Pregnant: Full Term at Last

Soon, very soon! Congratulations! You’re now 37 weeks pregnant. At this point in your pregnancy you’re nicely round and as full with your baby as you’re ever going to be.  You’ll still be dealing with the many different pregnancy symptoms that have been with you since the beginning of your pregnancy. While 37 weeks pregnant you should be getting a lot ... Read More »

36 Weeks Pregnant – Soon Baby, Soon!

YourBabyLibrary- 36 Weeks Pregnant: Soon Baby Soon

What’s your baby up to? 36 weeks pregnant and your baby weighs about 6lbs.  At the end of this week, at this point of your pregnancy, your baby will be full term. He or she will be in a head down position, ready for birth.  If your baby isn’t lying head down your caregiver may want to encourage a shift ... Read More »

34 Weeks Pregnant- Relaxed And Calm!

YourBabyLibrary- 34 Weeks Pregnant: Relaxed and Calm

Being 34 weeks pregnant is more exciting than ever! You’re probably more excited than ever during your pregnancy, if that’s at all possible! In about another 6 weeks you and your partner will be holding your baby in your arms.  There are times in your pregnancy when it feels as though you’ll be always be pregnant and your pregnancy symptoms ... Read More »

30 Weeks Pregnant- Baby Positions!

YourBabyLibrary- 30 Weeks Pregnant: Baby Positions

Your Baby is a real reality! Wow! You’re now 30 weeks pregnant.  At this time in your pregnancy you’re most likely feeling heavier and more awkward than you have before.  You’ll find that you’re moving slower than ever in your pregnancy. Your uterus has worked its way under your rib cage and this brings even more pregnancy symptoms for you to work ... Read More »

26 Weeks Pregnant- Bonding With Baby!

YourBabyLibrary- 26 Weeks Pregnant: Bonding with Your Baby

Round like a basketball! While 26 weeks pregnant your uterus is about the size of a basketball.  On average you’ll have gained around 15 to 22 lbs by this point, but don’t start worrying if your weight gain is under or over this now. The old rule still applies: every woman’s pregnancy is unique. Pregnancy symptoms will continue to be part of ... Read More »