Did you know that your baby now simulates a crucial skill he'll definitely need after birth? That's breathing. As for you, mum, pre-register at your hospital so checking in when the time comes is smooth sailing.
Your baby has started to move towards your pelvis so brace yourself. As for your body, read on to know the three activities you should be doing and setting up as early as now.
Your baby's liver and kidneys are now fully developed. Pretty amazing, huh? As for you, mum, find out what you may experience when you cough or sneeze.
Your baby is now the size of a cantaloupe and is growing a layer of fat which will keep him/her warm. As for you, mum, find out what you can do to make your last trimester a bit more comfortable.
Did you know that your baby's length is now measured from the crown of his head to his tiny heels? Read on to know more.
There are so many exciting things your little one can do now, one of them being able to curl his teeny fingers and toes. Plus, its time to go maternity clothes shopping, thanks to your growing bump.
Your baby, who is the size of a pineapple, can now distinguish through day and night. As for you, mum, with everything that's going on, now is the perfect time to pamper yourself.
Your baby can start saying goodbye to that primitive tail and hello to primitive neural pathways! As for you, your sense of smell is heightened and you may be feeling fatigue and nauseated. Don't worry, though, as it will get better!
Your baby maybe moving less because of decreased activity and his/her baby's 20-to-40-minute sleep cycles. As for you, mum, now is the best time for: knowing the signs of preterm labour and hosting a baby shower.
Your baby's growth will slow down soon, but for now, it's his brain that's rapidly growing. As for you, mum, heartburn may be plaguing you. Find out what you can do to prevent it.
So many amazing things are happening to your baby now, including a rapidly growing brain. As for you, mum, watch out for a dip in iron, so take your supplements.
Your baby, who is the size of a Chinese cabbage, may appear more plump in ultrasounds thanks to the extra layer of fat forming. As for you, mum, just a few more months to go!