Pregnancy 17 weeks

Learn about the development of your baby and the changes happening to your body at 17 weeks of pregnancy. Get helpful tips and advice to make this stage of your pregnancy enjoyable and comfortable.
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The exciting news has barely seeped in that the overjoyed Muslim couple starts planning and preparing for the imminent arrival of its new bundle of joy. Although the level of nervousness, excitement and anticipation does depend greatly on whether it is a first-time pregnancy, or a subsequent one that will add to an existing brood, nevertheless, no one […]

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It’s hard to believe that I’m getting close to halfway through this pregnancy. They say that each pregnancy goes by faster and faster, and I’m finding that to be the truth! Things are crazy taking care of two other little ones at home. I’m excited to share my 17 week bumpdate! I try to be …The post 17 Week Bumpdate – Baby #3 appeared first on Amy's Balancing Act. 17 Weeks Pregnant, First Time Pregnancy, Third Pregnancy, Expecting Mothers, First Time Moms, Pregnant Mother, Baby Feeding, Bumpdate, Parenting Advice

It’s hard to believe that I’m getting close to halfway through this pregnancy. They say that each pregnancy goes by faster and faster, and I’m finding that to be the truth! Things are crazy taking care of two other little ones at home. I’m excited to share my 17 week bumpdate! I try to be …The post 17 Week Bumpdate – Baby #3 appeared first on Amy's Balancing Act.

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Space is now getting tight in your uterus. The baby is likely to give you a few sharp jabs with his feet and fists as he stretches and turns. However uncomfortable the kicks may be, you'll find them a welcome reassurance that the baby is thriving. Relax in bed or in the bath and watch your belly-you'll be amazed and amused at how it pops up and down and moves around.

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