Saturday, April 21, 2012

My love for you is beyond measure ….


Credit: LaBoheme Kit by Julina Kneipp and Lisa Sisneros Designs

Interesting facts this week from babycenter

“How your baby's growing

Your baby is now ready to greet the world. At this point, the average full-term newborn is still building a layer of fat to help control body temperature after birth. Most babies are between 2.7 and 4.3kg / 6 and 9 1/2lb at birth, and boys tend to be slightly heavier than girls. All your baby's organs are developed and in place though his lungs will be the last to reach full maturity. Read more information on your baby's development this week.

How your life's changing

You may be feeling huge and uncomfortable during these final weeks. Try to take it easy - this may be your last opportunity to do so for quite a while. See a film, read a book that has nothing to do with pregnancy or babies, have your hair or nails done, or just spend time with your husband. Neither of you will have much time for cooking in the few weeks after your baby's born, but you could prepare some home-made frozen meals to enjoy when you need them. What else can you do? Make sure the car's filled up with petrol, and read our fun baby star signs.
Your husband should try to relax, too, and enjoy some activities there won't be time for after the baby arrives. Suggest some inspirational reading - he may need it when you go into labour. Is he worried about how he'll cope with a new baby in the house? Read our new dad's survival guide and debunk five myths of fatherhood.


I am so nervous and anxious this week cause I know what I will be facing next week. I just hope and pray that everything will be normal and no complication. I have been waiting for this for a really long time. I love the feeling of hold a newborn in my arms and smell the sweet smell of a newborn.

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