Your Pregnancy At Week 27

Weight: 875g  Size: 36.6cm,Cauliflower  Weeks Left: 13
In a nutshell
Tiredness and achey joints
Tying your own shoelaces can be a distance memory now
You might be snoring more
Your baby’s organs are now maturing

Your Body at Week 27

With your baby expanding, that means things are going to be getting pretty cramped in there. Your organs will need to do some readjusting to allow room for your baby to keep growing.

This means new symptoms can creep in as well as added intensity of old symptoms like heartburn! As your stomach compresses upwards, that can result in not wanting to eat large meals at one given time.

To allow yourself to digest the food at a much slower rate than normal, try eating small meals throughout the day and not all at once.

Your Baby At 27 Weeks

Over the next few weeks, leading up to giving birth, your baby will continue to grow in length and also increase in body weight. The vital organs in your baby’s little body will also keep maturing, ready for life outside the womb.

 

 

Week 27 TODO's

  1. You will most certainly will need nap more regularly, so treat yourself to a little afternoon siesta this week.
  2. As your final trimester is right around the corner, I bet your baby shower is fast approaching. How about browsing the web for a lovely outfit for the big day?
  3. Investing in some sturdy shoes during this time is super important to support your feet and the extra weight they are carrying around.

Week 27 FAQ's

Product of the Week

Skechers Women's Og 85-Old School Cool-699 Low-Top Sneakers

£38.00 £38.00

Smooth synthetic upper in a lace up classic retro styled jogging sneakers with stitching and overlay accents. Air cooled memory foam insole

Boy & Girl Name of the Week

Gender: Male Origin: Italian Meaning: "Man,free man"
Carlo
Gender: Female Origin: English Meaning: "Elf King"
Avery

Recipe of the Week

Gooey Chocolate Cherry Cookies
BABYGO Recipe of the Week
4.5 / 5
15 mins
Serves 6
Healthy
7 Ingreds
Easy

Ingredients

  • 200g unsalted butter
  • 85g light muscovado sugar
  • 85g golden caster sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 225g self-rising flour
  • 50g plain chocolate
  • 85g natural colour glacé cherry
  • Cooking Instructions

      • Heat the oven to 190 degrees.
      • Beat the butter, sugars and egg until smooth. Then mix flour, chocolates and cherry pieces.
      • Spoon onto non-stick baking paper in large blobs, making sure they are well spaced.
      • Bake for 12-14 minutes or until just golden.

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