Pregnancy Week 33
While the baby’s skull bones are already present and developing, they are still not fused. In fact, they will stay like that for many years even after the baby is born. For the unborn baby, this allows for the bones to overlap and make the exit from the body easier.
Baby’s kicks are stronger now and his movements more gracefully.
Your baby also looks a bit wrinkled, as the baby starts putting on more fat, the wrinkles will go, the skin at this point is much thicker and smoother.
Mom, with two more months to go, you may start feeling tired again. The same extreme exhaustion you felt in the first trimester. Find the time to rest and relax.
At this time, you may be preparing for your baby shower and packing those hospital bags. Remember, while it’s great to learn about what to expect, avoid those sharing a lot of negative or scary stories. Focus on your delivery, each person handles delivery differently.