Your Pregnancy At Week 32

Weight: 1.7kg  Size: 42.4cm,Turnip  Weeks Left: 8
In a nutshell
You will constantly need to use the bathroom at this point
Your baby’s skull is not fused together yet
Your baby can tell the difference between day and night
Over the next 4 weeks, you’ll be gaining around a pound a week

Your Body at Week 32

By now, you are probably feeling rather large and in charge. Normal day to day activities may take a bit longer than usual.  This is now a great time to adapt to how slow things will be when your baby arrives. No more sprinting out the house in a few seconds, it will all be about not forgetting the nappy backpack!

If you are finding yourself uncomfortable, try keep as active as you possibly can. This will help with keeping you energised throughout the day and relieve your aches and pains. 

Your Baby At Week 32 

This week, your baby's eyes are now opening and closing, as well as blinking and learning to focus. This means they will know if it is day or night outside the womb.

 

Week 32 TODO's

  1. Don’t forget to book a pregnancy yoga class to help relieve those aches and pains.
  2. Schedule someone to take some new-born photos of your little one once they arrive. You will want these treasured memories to look back on once they are older.
  3. If you haven’t already, buying a pram can be on this week to do list as you will want as much fresh air with your little one, once they arrive.
  4. Get your partner to give you a foot massage this week as you are probably feeling very swollen right now.

Week 32 FAQ's

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Boy & Girl Name of the Week

Gender: Male Origin: English Meaning: "Long Hill"
Landon
Gender: Female Origin: Italian Meaning: "Mine or Bitter"
Mia

Recipe of the Week

Pumpkin and Ginger Soup
BABYGO Recipe of the Week
4.5 / 5
1 hour
Serves 4
Healthy
9 Ingreds
Easy

Ingredients

  • 1kg pumpkin
  • 2 shallots
  • 75g ginger
  • A few sprigs of fresh herbs, such as chives and mint
  • Olive oil
  • 1 litre vegetable stock
  • 125ml coconut milk
  • ½ Tbsp chilli powder
  • 1 lime

Cooking Instructions

    • Deseed and roughly chop the pumpkin, peel and chop the shallots, then peel and finely grate the ginger. Finely chop the herbs. 
    • Place the pumpkin, shallots, ginger and some oil in a large saucepan and sauté until soft.
    • Add the stock, coconut milk and chilli powder. Season and bring to the boil while leaving it to simmer for 40 minutes.
    • Blitz until your desired texture and serve with fresh herbs, lime juice and a splash of coconut milk.

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