What To Expect When You’re 29 Weeks Pregnant
Your baby is the size of a butternut squash!
Pregnancy can be one of the scariest things you’ll go through.
Do a simple Google search for something you might be concerned about and you’ll quickly go down a rabbit hole of horror. You’ll be met with tons of opinions and contradicting information.
If you believe everything you read, you might come to the conclusion that you can eat nothing at all, can’t leave the house and have to give all of your pets away.
While we do appreciate all of the people out there trying to make being a new mom an easier job, we think there is far too much pregnancy fear-mongering online without any information to back it up.
Our goal with MomTricks is to answer your questions with researched information. Instead of scaring you one way or the other, we link to studies and information that backs it up.
We’re not doctors! We’re just concerned moms who were absolutely terrified to go through their pregnancies, and want to make it easier for everyone else out there.
If so, you might be interested in our posts about dealing with life’s icky pregnancy problems. Some of our favorite posts include:
Dealing with the pain and discomfort:
Preparing for baby:
Also, if you need some good advice from real moms, I definitely suggest reading my favorite post! I asked 50 mommy bloggers to give me their advice to first-time moms, and I compiled it here:
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