Expectant Mums

  • Fine hair on your baby’s skin is beginning to disappear.
  • Baby witnesses his/her first bowel movement.
  • Your baby should be in the head down position.
  • As baby drops, eating becomes easier.
  • You may experience False Labor (Braxton Hicks). 
  • If your baby is not in the head down position, you should talk with your health care provider and partner regarding the various options that are available.


  • Get plenty of rest.
  • Make sure your bags are packed.
  • Baby continues to grow.
  • Most of the organs are mature and functioning.
  • You may experience some swelling in your feet. This can be a normal part of pregnancy.
  • Your baby is continuing to develop a layer of fat underneath the skin.
  • Your baby is also beginning to form new skin cells.
  • Continue monitoring your baby’s movement.
  • Your baby’s bones have become hard.
  • The bones in the skull need to remain soft and pliable for delivery.
  • Baby’s head may have a cone appearance during the first few days.

    During your last prenatal, you might need
    to undergo the following tests:

  • Non-Stress Test
  • Amniotic Fluid Index (AFI)
  • Sonogram Biophysical Profile Score

    Finally, Baby is Here!