Take some alone mime: If you begin to feel overwhelmed, let someone know, take some time for yourself, leave the house, visit a friend or run an errand. Or schedule some time alone with your partner. Respond positively: When negative feeling thoughts come to your mind, focus on keeping your thoughts positive. Even if an unwanted situation doesn’t change, you can attempt to change the way you think and behave. Avoid being alone: Talk with your partner, family and friends for consistent communication on how your feeling is important.
Ask your doctor about supports groups being or talking with other women ill help you realize you’re not alone. At six months, of pregnancy you may feel as though you’ll be pregnant forever, but you’re in the final stretch and it will come and go before you know it, take some time to treat yourself. Month Six Checklist Take a time to pamper yourself. Start putting together your birth plan. Think about who you want in the delivery room. Continue to eat healthy Expect more baby movement Continue to rub your stomach Talk to the baby Your Body’s Changes Your stomach continues to grow well above your navel now.
You will be engine baby more pronounced baby movements across your stomach as your baby gets comfortable. You will also notice that your feet have begun to swell. The result of all this is puffy and sometimes aching feet. Putting your feet up when you can, wearing comfortable low-heeled shoes, and soaking your feet in cool water are all good ways to ease the discomfort. There will be more of the same this month as your doctor checks your weight, listens to your baby’s heartbeat, and finds out about any new pregnancy symptoms you may be experiencing.