What will you be feeling and thinking at 23 weeks of pregnancy? Find out how these mums to be feel at this stage in their pregnancies and discover the symptoms, cravings and preparations they’re taking to get ready for their new arrivals.
Congratulations – you’re 23 weeks pregnant! As you settle into your pregnancy find out what to expect from day to day life at 23 weeks pregnant. Charlotte talks you through the good symptoms, the bad and the ugly as well as the reality of what it’s like to be...
Today we spent the whole day at home and it was amazing. We rarely stay in, but today we had a movie morning and got so much done. I filmed a baby girls haul and pushed around my Quinny Zapp Flex Plus, which is a Pink dream!
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I’m back with my 23 and 24 week pregnancy update! We had another scan just before Christmas which I’ve got some picture of to show you, and I go into a couple of TMI symptoms in pregnancy – sorry!!
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23 and 24 weeks pregnant have been hot, sick & stressful but still fun with our sons birthday party too. My bump has grown loads and it’s now impossible to sleep, insomnia is awful! But I have an interesting offer from Channel Mum on my labour – help me make some decisions! My ...
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So, my belly has popped. Well and truly! I’m feeling much bigger and the baby is moving around so much now 🙂 I’m also planning a few...
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Lauren is starting to feel much less emotional this week and can feel the baby doing somersaults in her tummy.
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At 23 weeks pregnant there’s loads of development going on inside and it’s no surprise that you may be starting to feel a little off balance as your bump starts to grow more. At this stage of pregnancy it’s a good time to start getting things sorted for baby’s arrival – while you still have energy (and more mobility!) From writing a shopping list of nursery bits to figuring out what you want to bring in your hospital bag, it’s always nice to feel prepared.
Your baby is now as big as a mango and you may well be starting to see little bumps and movements in your bump as your baby grows. Their hearing is now more developed and they will start to get used to the sound of your voice and the everyday sounds and noises around you. It’s fascinating that they are already able to hear – so feel free to talk away to your bump – it’s a lovely way to bond with your baby before they arrive.