Your Pregnancy At Week 30

Weight: 1.3kg  Size: 39.9cm,Cabbage   Weeks Left: 10
In a nutshell
"The Itch"
You may have heightened anxiety this week
Your baby’s eyes can now focus
Vivid dreams about pregnancy related subjects

Your Body at Week 30

Well ladies, you are defiantly on the home stretch now with only 10 weeks to go. You are probably experiencing a lot of emotions at this current time. With some ladies reporting of very vivid dreams about labour, their baby, and life after they arrive.

It is all completely normal to be experiencing this emotional response as things suddenly become very real. That just in 10 weeks’ time you will have your beautiful baby in your arms. 

Your Baby At Week 30 

At this stage in your pregnancy, your baby should be very active in there. They may have even changed position in your womb getting ready for birth. Although some babies may take a bit longer and more convincing to turn head down. There is still plenty of time left for your little one to get into the position for birth.  

Week 30 TODO's

  1. Talk to your doctor or midwife about premature labour warning signs if you are concerned.  
  2. Keep intaking a good amount of calcium as this will help your baby develop strong and healthy bones.
  3. Choosing colours for the baby’s nursey is something fun to discuss with your partner this week.
  4. It’s now time to start thinking about what to pack in your hospital bag, making a list of all the things you may need can be a good start.

Week 30 FAQ's

Product of the Week

Womens travel bags

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Get your hospital bag ready with this handy lightweight travel bag!

Boy & Girl Name of the Week

Gender: Male Origin: Scottish variation of James Meaning: "Supplanter"
Hamish
Gender: Female Origin: Latin Meaning: "Rose, a flower"
Rose

Recipe of the Week

Broccoli Soup
BABYGO Recipe of the Week
4.5 / 5
10 Min
Serves 4
Healthy
5 Ingreds
Easy

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of broccoli florets
  • 1 tsp oil
  • ½ onion
  • ½ cup milk
  • Salt to taste

Cooking Instructions

    • Add oil into a pan on a medium to high heat. Add in the onion and cook until translucent.
    • In a pot, pour in 1 ½ cups of water with the broccoli and cook on medium flame with the lid on. Stirring occasionally.
    • When the broccoli is soft, take off the head and let it cool. Blend the softened broccoli. 
    • Pour the blended broccoli in the pan along with milk, salt and pepper. Mix well and bring the soup to boil. 
    • Serve hot.

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