• Inside Pregnancy: Weeks 28 – 37 | BabyCenter
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    Inside Pregnancy: Weeks 28 – 37 | BabyCenter

    – [Narrator] You and your baby are beginning your last trimester together. At 28 weeks, your baby weighs just over two pounds. He’ll more than triple his weight between now and birth and build a layer of fat that will help keep him warm outside the womb. Your baby’s skeleton is hardening. The bones in his head have not yet fused together, which will allow them to slightly overlap as his head passes through the snug space of the birth canal. Billions of neurons have developed and are firing in your baby’s brain creating essential connections that will help him learn in and outside the womb. Your baby can open…

  • Tia Mowry’s Second Baby Shower | Quick Fix
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    Tia Mowry’s Second Baby Shower | Quick Fix

    – Hi guys, so I am so excited to share that I had my bohemian themed baby shower this past weekend and I wanna let you guys in on the special details. One thing that I loved about this baby shower is number one, it was unisex. My first baby shower that I had with my son Cree, it was not so I just wanted to do something different and invite the fellas, the guys, and invite my husband. And we both collectively decided to host it at il Pastaio. And one of the main reasons why we chose this restaurant is because of the scenery. The theme is a…

  • 36 WEEK PREGNANCY UPDATE | LOW BABY BUMP | EMILY NORRIS
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    36 WEEK PREGNANCY UPDATE | LOW BABY BUMP | EMILY NORRIS

    Hi, guys! Welcome back to my pregnancy updates. This is going to be my 36 week update. Sorry if that seems like a bit of a jump since my last pregnancy update, but basically I was really falling behind in my updates, so I know I’ve missed week 34 and 35, but I’m actually 36 weeks pregnant today. I want to talk about the 36th week, and then I’ll be up to date for the next month because there’s not long left and I don’t want to miss any other weeks. Now that I’m off work, I’m filming all of these. Yes, I’m officially nine months pregnant, apparently, it said…

  • I’m 37 Weeks Pregnant and My Stomach Hurts!
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    I’m 37 Weeks Pregnant and My Stomach Hurts!

    I’m 37 weeks pregnant and my stomach hurts! Because of the baby, there is a lot of pressure on your stomach and other organs. You think my stomach hurts because of the baby that’s been there for almost nine months. You could have bad acid reflux or indigestion because the baby is putting pressure on it. I don’t think that’s it. After all, I’ve had to eat smaller meals for weeks to not feel like throwing up. Are you mistaking bad constipation for stomach pains? I know what bloating feels like. The hormones to relax all those tendons and sinew can leave your joints loose and bowels so loose they…

  • PREGNANCY TRANSFORMATION | Week By Week Progress
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    PREGNANCY TRANSFORMATION | Week By Week Progress

    [Music] it’s happening [Music] [Music] you literally don’t look pregnant turn to the side [Music] it’s massive [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] oh it’s moving stop [Music] thirty-six I’ll give it two more weeks [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Music] [Music] damn get a girl antenna me think I’m thinking for the vlog this week it should be like trying to induce me look who’s still pregnant this is jhalak do you hear me baby this is the last week we’re doing this okay no 41 weeks okay [Music]

  • How Long Does it Take to Give Birth After Contractions Start?
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    How Long Does it Take to Give Birth After Contractions Start?

    How long does it take to give birth after contractions start? It depends on how long you thought those back pains were back pains before you realized you were in labor. I haven’t had any pains yet. The length of the labor depends on a lot of factors. Such as what? The second pregnancy labor is a third shorter than the first one if it happens within seven years of the first. That’s a weird interval. The uterus is essentially in better shape after having squeezed a baby out, so if you wait ten years, the second labor is as long as the first. This is my first. Then this…

  • Pregnant? Help Protect Your Baby from Whooping Cough
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    Pregnant? Help Protect Your Baby from Whooping Cough

    THANK YOU. OH THAT FEELS SO GOOD. Laura Stephens will soon be a first time parent so she watches her friend and mother of 4 to see how it’s done. (BABY TALK) COOPER, PLEASE DON’T GRAB THE CUP FROM HIM ANYMORE THOUGH. THAT SOUNDS LIKE GIBBERISH TO ME. Laura also relies on her friend for advice. I’M SUPPOSED TO BE GETTING THE VACCINE FOR THE WHOOPING COUGH. YEAH, YEAH, THE WHOOPING COUGH VACCINE, I JUST GOT MINE ON, MY APPOINTMENT WAS LAST WEDNESDAY. SO HAVE YOU DONE IT WITH ALL OF YOUR KIDS? Health experts recommend pregnant women get a whooping cough vaccine, also called Tdap, during each pregnancy to…