Seek, as much as possible, to take advantage of the wave of energy and disposition during the second trimester to go out with friends, catch up, laugh and go to that restaurant you love. The same idea applies to you and your partner: try to go out together as much as possible to watch a movie, watch a play, check out an exhibit, or even go dancing (why not?).  

The last trimester is marked by fatigue, anxiety, and preparations for the birth and the arrival of the baby. While you’ll feel more predisposed, the weight of the belly won’t always follow suit with your plans. And, after your baby arrives, a period of recollection at home will be necessary for you to recuperate and adapt to the new routine of caring for another human being. With that in mind, take this as an opportunity to relish good times with the people you love.