It might seem far away, but this is a great time to plan for life after delivery: try stocking your freezer full of meals. More in week 36.
Have you thought about how to make life after delivery a little bit simpler? Prepping now can definitely make those sleep-deprived days run more smoothly. Stocking the freezer with meals that are easy to heat up can help cut down on dinnertime stress, and if friends are asking how they can help after baby arrives, letting them know that some meal deliveries would be most welcome! If you’ve never used the services of a housecleaner, now may be a great time to line one up so you don’t have to worry about cleaning or laundry for those tiring first few weeks (or let a family member or friend do this for you!). If you plan on sending birth announcements, address the envelopes now so it’s one last thing you need to do when all you want is a nap.
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Reviewed by Dr. Jen Lincoln, April 2020
Am told dat my due date is 5th of March, so is it a most day d baby arrive day 5th or before 5th pls I need to knw
Hi Oby, I’m not sure if I understand your question, but your due date is a (really good!) estimation of when your baby will arrive. Only a small percentage of babies are actually born on their due date, but usually are pretty close to it! Good luck!