34 Weeks Pregnant: What to Expect During Pregnancy

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If your belly button has become an "outie," you can cover it with a bandage or tape. Credit: GE Healthcare

Once you get baby's car seat, call your local police or fire department. In many states, they'll install the seat for you, or will check to make sure you've done it correctly to ensure that your baby is safe when riding in the car.

What's happening to baby: He weighs about 5 pounds and is roughly 17 ½ inches long. Baby's bones are starting to harden, except for the bones in his skull, which stay soft until after birth, to make delivery possible.

What's happening to Mom: As you wait for baby to arrive, you're probably feeling more uncomfortable than ever and not sleeping well. Many moms-to-be worry that their water will break at work or in public. But it's not that dramatic for most women, and, luckily, it usually happens at night when you're sleeping. If you start leaking an odorless fluid, call your doctor.

35 Weeks Pregnant: What to Expect During Pregnancy

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.