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!
You're doing everything you can to keep yourself and your baby healthy, including eating well. Way to go! A balanced diet provides the nutrients your baby needs, and helps you feel better, too. Learn more about nutrition in pregnancy. Read Eating for Two: Nutritional Guidelines in Pregnancy
Did you know there are lots of ways to make yourself more comfortable during labor? You have a wide range of options, from progressive muscle relaxation to massage to epidurals. Learn more about comfort measures. Read Comfort Measures for Labor
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There are lots of people available to help you raise a happy and healthy child. One of the most important is your pediatrician. A great time to start looking for a pediatrician is while you're pregnant. Find out more. Read Choosing a Pediatrician
Remember your childbirth class, and those breathing and relaxation techniques you learned? Turns out that these skills can be put to good use throughout your life, not just in labor. Learn more. Read Life Skills
Up to 12 hours of overnight protection
Pampers offers up to 12 hours of overnight protection so that you and your baby can share beautiful mornings.
You and your baby can't do without protein. Protein has several jobs during pregnancy: It helps keep your energy up, and it gives your baby the amino acids needed for growth. Find out more about protein and its role. Read The Protein Push
Pregnant with twins or triplets? Congratulations! You may be wondering what's ahead in your pregnancy, and we'd like to share some information about that. Learn all about being pregnant with multiples. Read Multiple Pregnancy: What to Expect
What a journey it's been. And now you're in the final stretch, a time when your baby is growing rapidly and looking more and more like the newborn you'll meet soon. Check out what's going on in your third trimester. Read You're Almost There: The Third Trimester
Before baby #2,
there’s a lot to do!
Watch the Smolinskis prep their home, and their firstborn, for the arrival of a new baby. It’s a video no parent should miss.
Pregnancy is a very emotional experience. And for many women, the emotions and mood swings are just as challenging as the physical symptoms. Find out what makes pregnancy such an emotional time. Read Runaway Emotions