What is my baby’s development after 29 weeks pregnant?

There’s a lot going on in terms of baby’s development at 29 weeks.

Baby is the size of a butternut pumpkin, weighs around 1.1kg and is approximately 40cm long. Their movements are stronger and sharper and you should feel them move at least 10 times during their normal active period. He or she is now fully formed and is set for a rapid growth spurt: tripling in weight by the 40th week of pregnancy.

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