As you get closer to your delivery day, undoubtedly you are thinking more and more about your baby’s birth. You must be very nervous about the D-day and this anxiety is natural. Talk to your friends and family members with babies, they will help you to cope up with the fear of labour pain. Now that your little one can hear your voice, you can interact with your baby in your spare time or can even sing or read to the baby. Most pregnant women do it, but if you are not comfortable with it, it is completely alright. You are at a crucial juncture of your pregnancy and it is advisable that you visit your doctor after every 2 weeks. How big is the baby? By this week, your baby has crossed the mark of 1 kilo. The baby now measures 38 cms from top to toe and is as big as a cantaloupe melon. Development of the baby Movement Your baby is now taking its position for birth. Its head is now facing downwards, towards the exit of your body. Head-turning Your baby can not only open and … [Read more...] about 28 weeks pregnant: Your baby is dreaming!