Although I’m using the What To Expect app every day I’ve also signed up for emails from the BabyCentre website www.babycentre.co.uk where they give you weekly updates on the development of your baby. BabyCentre is a resource that’s well worth a look. It has easy to read articles that seem to give enough information without being too long. For example, I’ve just been reading up on my pelvic floor muscles as well as the difference between 2D, 3D and 4D scans and caffeine intake during pregnancy. Because I already seem to have a bump I’ve also taken a peek at their articles on twins – trying to work out whether I’m abnormally bloated or perhaps having more than one baby.
You can write a journal on the BabyCentre site as well as get involved with photo clubs and forums so if you are looking to interact with mums-to-be or new mums it looks like a very good place to start. There are many BabyCentre or BabyCenter sites for different countries or regions (and in many languages) so this is a multinational project with a lot of international experts involved in writing the content.