Category: 35-36 weeks pregnant

Umbilical Cord Prolapse

Umbilical Cord Prolapse

Marie, my friend Manon told me that when she broke her water with her first baby, she saw a portion of her baby's umbilical cord
The Need for Support

The Need for Support

Make sure you read the first part of this article, The needs of mothers during labour and childbirth. Support is essential for a mother in
Our beautiful adventure will finally start in a few weeks!

Our beautiful adventure will finally start in a few weeks!

Good evening, parents, Our beautiful adventure will start in a few weeks, at least for the next stage. The first part began 35 weeks ago,
Should I try a VBAC?

Should I try a VBAC?

I am 23 weeks pregnant with my second baby. I had a caesarean section for my first baby during labour, and now I have to
Physical Exam of a Baby

Physical Exam of a Baby

Parents may not know how a newborn will physically look after birth, and it may worry them.
The Fear of Blood and Childbirth

The Fear of Blood and Childbirth

Are you generally scared of blood, either your own or that of others? Are you scared of blood splattering during childbirth? Let’s talk about it.
Baby Stool

Baby Stool

Marie answers your questions about baby stool. A broad topic that often concerns parents. What’s the consistency, colour and texture of baby stool?
The Needs of New Mothers

The Needs of New Mothers

Hello Everyone, The postnatal period is another stage in the parenthood continuum. You carry your baby, give birth to it, then you breastfeed it and
Baby's Sleep

Baby’s Sleep

Marie welcomes a specialised clinical nurse at the Clinique d’évaluation diagnostique des troubles du sommeil to talk about baby sleep from birth to one year
How to properly swathe a baby

How to properly swathe a baby

In this video capsule, I show you a technique to swaddle a baby. For more information, please watch these videos: Baby Massages How to Measure
I have strep-B - What should I expect?

I have strep-B – What should I expect?

Hello Marie, I am 37 weeks 2 days pregnant. After having a test last week, I just learned that I have strep-B. I saw my
35 Weeks Pregnant and a False Alarm!

35 Weeks Pregnant and a False Alarm!

To read the previous part of Charlotte’s story, go to I’m Finally 34 Weeks Pregnant! Dear Mothers, This week (yes, the 35th!) we had our
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