Pregnancy App Article: "Your baby in week 39"

Week 39
Your baby in week 39
Required. The title of the article
Sub Title
What's going on in there?
A very short sub heading, six-seven words.
A short summary, a sentence or two. May be left blank.
Lead Image
Required. An illustrative image for the article. Recommended size is 1242 x 1700. Insert the image directly - do not include any other text or HTML.
Thumbnail Image
CURRENTLY NOT USED. A thumbnail image for the article. Minimum recommended size is 200px by 125px and the recommended aspect ratio is 1.6 width to 1 height. Insert the image directly - do not include any other text or HTML. May be left blank.
Body 1
By now you're probably feeling like it's been a long old haul - but we promise it will all be worth it once you've got a gorgeous, squishy newborn in your arms.

At 39 weeks your baby has less and less room - but she is still active, especially when she sees light through your abdominal wall. Brace!

The amniotic fluid that has been cushioning her in your womb has fallen from 800ml at 32 weeks to 500ml to make more room so you feel her movements much more definitely.

Your immunity to various infections will have been transferred (as antibodies) through the placenta to your baby. And, if you go on to breastfeed, your milk gives your baby more antibodies still.

You can try communicating with your baby by playing soothing music when you lie down at night - but, alas, there is no evidence that bombarding them with Shakespeare and Mozart will do anything for their development.

If you see the midwife this week you may hear your antenatal team talking about how effaced you are - or, more precisely, how effaced your cervix is. This is the process by which the cervix gets soft and prepares for the grand opening. After your baby has engaged in the pelvis, they gradually drop closer to the cervix, which reacts by softening, shortening and getting thinner, and generally looking lovely.
Required. Do not embed images in the body
Each quote consists of the quote itself, plus the author. After the first one the rest are optional
Quote 1
My bump is a right little party animal. Never mind classical music - she likes Garage, Indie/Rock and HipHop.
Author 1
Quote 2
I call my bump 'The nightmare that will not leave'. I am 10 days overdue…
Quote 2 - Author
Quote 3
Quote 3 - Author
Quote 4
Quote 4 - Author
Quote 5
Quote 5 - Author
Body 2
May be left blank, if body is long and there is a natural break to have quotes appear use this secondary body. Do not embed images in the body
Talk Link
A talk URL related to this article. This should just be the URL; not a link.
Talk Link Text
Find some sympathy from others who are waiting
The text for the link to a talk thread. This should just be the text of the link; not a URL which should instead be entered above.
Can you believe how far you've come in 40 weeks?
This is used to encourage users to capture something in their journal. For example, "Take a picture!"
API Link