Is Your House a Baby Death Trap? | Week 36 of Pregnancy


(upbeat music) – Sorry, but all the
throw pillows in the world can’t make you comfortable right now. But they can show you how big your baby is with just one month to go. (gasps) About 18 and a half inches
and almost six pounds, wow. Don’t be alarmed if you start feeling Braxton Hicks contractions. Those are just practice
for the real things and will stick around until baby time. Yeah, baby time. Break it down now. (dance music) Woo, woo. Woo, woo. Couch dancing. It’s good exercise when
you can’t move or get up. I am so big right now. (upbeat music) It’s a tough thing to think about, but choosing the right legal
guardian for your child is an essential step in family planning. Here’s how to pick the
right person for the job. Define your ideal candidate. Make a list of contenders and
don’t just limit it to family. Narrow the field by thinking
about practical matters. Location, age, health, and whether your candidates can even take on the responsibility. Break the deadlock. Just pick someone. And know you could
always change your mind. Then make it official. Let them know. Give them time to think
it over and if they agree, visit an estate planning
attorney and put it in writing. Sign your John Hancock. Wow, I still need to do this. It’s okay. I’m gonna get it done, right? That’s why we’re here. (upbeat music) Why might you be seeing blood right now? It’s not unusual for
pregnant women to spot after intercourse in their
second and third trimesters. So if you see a little blood,
you can probably rest easy. The increased blood supply to
the cervix and vaginal walls means that blood vessels
are more likely to break when you do the deed. Still it’s always a good
idea to tell your doctor what’s going on. So let them know when, where,
and how you’re gonna do it. Just kidding. Don’t do that. That’s weird. Don’t do that. I did it once and my doctor was like, why are you calling me? I don’t know. I thought we tell each other everything. (chuckles) Turns out that’s not the case. (upbeat music) People love to give pregnant women advice, even when they don’t ask for it. Here’s your daily dose
of unsolicited advice. You should definitely have a birth plan, but you should also
definitely know that things probably won’t go exactly
the way you want it to. Be flexible. And not just in the hip area. Mm-hmm. It’ll be fine. (upbeat music) There’s a lot of stuff
you’re expected to give up when you’re expecting. Join me now in a moment of silence as this pregnancy pause is dedicated to not looking at everything
like it’s a death trap for your baby. Shout out to not looking at everything like it’s a death trap for
your baby ’cause it is. It all is. Watch out! Ah, I need to wrap you in bubble wrap, but that would be dangerous too because you would suffocate. (groans) I need to live in a
rubber room with my baby. That’s also weird. Just be careful and baby-proof. (upbeat music) If you wanna learn more
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