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Pregnancy Calendar:

week-by-week information
Your body is rapidly undergoing new and exciting changes every day. Our pregnancy calendar walks you through the journey from week 4 to week 40. It's our step-by-step guide to every gurgle, kick, and craving!
Pregnancy Calendar:
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For additional information on this complex subject, see what our experts recommend.
Read Where to Find More on Prematurity

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With all the excitement in the air, it's easy to forget a few must-haves for your hospital stay. That's why
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Although big changes in an expectant mom are obvious, a father also goes through a lot as he waits for the new arrival. It's a time of adjustment as he changes his self-image and his relationship with his wife and other children to make room for another.
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The big day is coming up soon, and you may be wondering how you'll know when labour has begun. Luckily, your body will likely provide some pretty good signals. Find out more.
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Books and reading ⎯ what could be better! Turns out that reading every day, even before your baby arrives, is just one of many ways to set the stage for reading readiness once your child is born. Get more tips.
Read Ready to Read: Literacy Tips for the Expectant Family

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Get ready, get set, get childproofing! Your baby is about to get way more mobile — rolling, scooting, crawling, and even pulling up to a stand. A good start is to move breakables and cords out of reach. Learn more about childproofing.
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For some lucky women, labor is a breeze. For others, it can be very uncomfortable and painful-but it doesn't have to be. There are lots of ways to make yourself more comfortable during labor. You can learn and practice natural pain-relief techniques prior to labor, and you can try others as your labor progresses. Drugs and medical procedures are also available as needed.
Read Comfort Measures for Labor