Your baby is the size of a banana split!
Week 27 |
Fun Fact!
Your baby's lungs are now capable of breathing. But they've continue to develop even after they are born.
Week 27 |
Dos and Don'ts
  • Do avoid secondhand smoke
  • Don't overdo it
Week 27 |
What should you expect in Week 27?
  • Believe it or not, by this point in your pregnancy your baby developed a “regular wake and sleep cycle,” American Pregnancy reports.
  • However, that sleep cycle may not mimic yours.
  • At this point you’re also likely feeling a lot of jerking movements, this is likely due to your baby having frequent hiccups.
  • As American Pregnancy reports, hiccups are perfectly normal and is the result of your baby’s lungs continue to grow.
  • And if you plan on taking birthing classes, now is the time to start.
  • It’s recommended that expecting parents finish such classes before the 37 week mark, giving you just 10 weeks to finish them!
  • Also, we’ve already been reminding you about the nursery, but have you picked out a stroller or car seat yet?
  • If not, now is the time to start researching the best options for you!
Helpful Products
Week 27 |
Chicco Bravo LE Trio Travel System
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Some things are just meant to be, like the Bravo® LE Quick-Fold Stroller and the top-rated KeyFit® 30 Zip Infant Car Seat. With easy click-in compatibility, the KeyFit® 30 Zip is secured via the Bravo® child tray, offering adapter-free convenience and effortless transitions from car to stroller.
Week 27 |
4-In-1 Baby Convertible Toddler Table Chair Set
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It's a highchair that grows with your little one. From babies to toddlers, all you need is this product right here. How great is that?
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