As baby grows and fills out, you may be finding that you become short of breath much quicker than you normally do. This is completely normal; as baby grows there becomes less and less room for your lungs and stomach. You are probably now getting more contact with your little one, and may even find that if you push your stomach lightly, you get a push back. Your baby may even have begun to get the hiccups which are caused the by contractions of his immature diaphragm.
Getting ready for your little ones arrival is one of the most enjoyable things about pregnancy. Here is a handy checklist of the basic essentials you'll need to have ready.
When your days are busy focusing on the needs of others, it can be easy to neglect your own. Try these simple tips to keep you happy and healthy both before and after your little ones arrival.
Everybody leave me alone. I’ve had a busy day being pregnant, and need to do it again tomorrow.
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