bit overwhelming, but that’s where babyexpert.com can help!This week:10 simple steps you can take today to keep your baby safeAvoid pregnancy problems by being a fit mum-to-be.Plus, everything you need to know about your first trimester.
It’s week 8 of your pregnancy and amazing changes are taking place with you and your baby.Your baby She is prawn-shaped, with a big head and tail. Crack open the (non-alcoholic!) fizz - your baby is now a foetus, not an embryo, and is around 16mm
fingers to his thumb and his fingers all together. At 16.5cm, hes still small enough to fit in your palm. Take a look at your growing baby in pictures.YouYou may be constipated but feel like you're 'leaking.' No wonder, thanks to the joys of a runny nose
fingers to his thumb and his fingers all together. At 16.5cm, he’s still small enough to fit in your palm. Take a look at your growing baby in pictures.You You may be constipated but feel like you're 'leaking.' No wonder, thanks to the joys of a runny nose
You’re 22 weeks pregnant!You may now find your weight creeping up but your pregnancy hormones should be settling down, so your mood should level out. You'll be feeling happier and less weepy.Everything you need to know about the second trimester
You’re 24 weeks pregnant!Make sure you're getting regular but gentle exercise - it will keep you fit and limber you up for the delivery.Everything you need to know about the second trimester.Your baby She weighs about 1lb and measures about 29cm
Your first antenatal appointment is due and the risk of miscarriage falls. Your clothes will feel tight. Take it easy. See your dentist, as gums are prone to infection in pregnancy. Week 13 Your baby He has a recognisable chin, snub nose and large