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7 Things to Do In My Last 7 Weeks of Pregnancy

By caitlinhtp |

Today, I’m officially 33 weeks pregnant. Woo hoo! I’m in the homestretch, baby.

Of course, that means that the clock is officially tickin’. I need to get my booty in gear and get things DONE before baby makes his or her grand appearance. Here’s a list of seven things I hope (and need) to accomplish prior to the arrival of our little one. 

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7 things to do at the end of my third trimester

Study, study, study!

First and foremost: I need to make sure I'm up to date on all my Bradley Method reading. I'm aiming for a natural childbirth and firmly believe that the Bradley Method can work for me - 90% of Bradley mommas have all-natural births. I just need to my homework!
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0 thoughts on “7 Things to Do In My Last 7 Weeks of Pregnancy

  1. Hollie says:

    Freeze your food in smaller portions, so that you don’t have to defrost/bake a WHOLE 9X13 pan of something just for you to eat :)

  2. Christine says:

    Great list! The casseroles are a MUST. I wish I had made more, especially now that my baby is 8 weeks old…the food train has stopped but I’m still too busy/tired to cook or even make it to the grocery store. I love your idea about putting photo albums together. I actually found that to be the perfect activity to do with a newborn. My baby slept all day (in my arms) so I needed small activities to keep me sane and busy. I even began creating photo books on Snapfish. Good luck!

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