4th Trimester Essentials, Janine Smith, Tips

Tip – going over your due date

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Your labour will start when your baby is ready – maybe he needs to grow a bit more, maybe he needs more time to get into a better position.

You can’t force labour to start so try to go with it and maybe enjoy a chance to rest for a few more days.

Rest, relax and prepare your house for your new baby.

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