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29 Weeks Pregnant
At this point, you might be asking yourself `how much longer to go,' but you're getting to the end, so no worries.
The development of baby
Irises can now dilate
Baby is now a pink color
Weighs about three pounds
The development of mom
Increased sense of fullness
More Braxton Hicks contractions
What baby is feeling
Baby is starting to have regular sleep patterns and activity schedules
What mom is feeling
Mom might still be absentminded, but this is normal. If you're having
troubles remembering things, it might be time to enlist the help of
your friends and family to keep your head in the game.
Specific needs for the week
Make sure that you are trying to keep a good posture as you walk.
When your body's weight position has shifted, you will need to adjust
the way that you move and sit in order to keep everything in alignment.
Specific concerns for the week
If you start to feel tickling at your ribs, baby may have tried to move a
little further up your abdomen. By lifting your arm and taking a deep
breath, you may be able to move it out of that uncomfortable position.
Special tip for mom
If you're going back to work right after your delivery, you will want to
enlist the help of qualified babysitters and family members now. Make
sure that they all have experience as well as CPR training.