At 32 weeks pregnant you’re certainly starting to count down to your due date. Find out what these mums felt at 32 weeks pregnant and follow their pregnancy diaries.
Congratulations – you’re 32 weeks pregnant! There’s only 5 weeks until your baby is considered full term so that countdown to getting everything ready for their arrival is probably really starting to kick in now. Charlotte talks you through the major developm...
This is one packed out vlog for my 32 week pregnancy update. I’m talking about having crazy pregnancy dreams, the weirdest skin, living the pregnant woman’s dream at a dessert place and about a few of my pregnancy favourites. This week my mood has just been Aces… It might have s...
Welcome to my 32 Week Pregnancy Update. I will be recording every week of my pregnancy so don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and hit the bell so you don’t miss any.
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Here is my 32 week pregnancy update! Swelling, lightening crotch and the pregnancy waddle are just some of the symptoms I’ve had this week.
I’m currently 32 weeks pregnant with baby number 2 (due in April) and will be uploading weekly updates so you can keep up with everything ...
So week 32 wasn’t the greatest. I’m absolutely fine, and so is baby girl, but I am quite bruised and sore after a fall at the weekend.
Hope you are all well. xx
I’m Charlotte and I am one of those mums just trying to ...
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I talk about my growth scan and Consultant appointme...
So I’m 32 weeks pregnant and there are a couple of items which are really helping me at the mo.
Here’s the link to one of them:...
32 weeks pregnancy update: Big Bump & Pre-term labour?
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Your thoughts may now be turning to practical things like how to get to the hospital when you go into labour, who will look after any older children you may have and so on. And if it’s your first birth you may be spending a lot of time thinking about what you want your delivery to be like. It’s a good time to discuss your birth options with your midwife or try and attend a free antenatal class to learn more about what happens in childbirth.
Your baby is about the size of a cabbage and should now be settled into a final position, where they will stay until birth. But that’s not to say you won’t feel lots of movement – as space runs out you’ll be very conscious of your baby’s motions. Between now and your due date your baby will gain between a third to half of their birth weight – so a lot of their time is now spent growing fat layers and maturing their organs. Your baby will now have toenails and finger nails and will also have hair – or at the very least a little bit of fuzz on top!