Your Third Week Home With Baby Post PregnancyWhat you may feel
- Your bottom will be feeling much better now as your swelling should be decreasing nicely. You may still feel sore if you sit for long periods of time.
- Swelling in your hands should also be decreasing now. You may be able to wear your rings by now.
- Your baby will not have established what the difference is between night and day, so your sleeping patterns will be out of sinc.
- You may find that preparing to go anywhere require major planning, as it is not longer a case of just getting in your car and going. You now have to pack what you will need for your baby.
- Keep watching for any red streaks in your breasts.
- Sleep when your baby sleeps, to try and compensate for your disrupted sleeping pattern.
- Your skin on your abdomen will still looked stretched. Use some creams to try and speed up the process of your skin returning to it’s state it was in prior to falling pregnant.
- You will probably have your baby’s first check up during the course of this week.
- Take plenty of pictures and videos of your baby. You will be amazed at how quickly they change.
- Keep your family or partner involved.
- By now you would have probably already changed over 200 diapers, so you will be an expert by now.
BABY’S FIRST YEAR!!!Our Baby’s First year section gives a detailed breakdown of your baby’s development, week by week. It covers useful and informative information such as:
- Your baby development milestones
- Advice and tips on feeding baby
- A Guide to Caring for your baby
- Health issues which your baby may experience
- And much much more.
Please note: The information provided on this website is not intended to and do not constitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.