You may find that you are clumsier than you used to be. This is because you are heavier and the concentration of your weight within the abdomen shifts the center of gravity. Be extra careful when climbing stairs so that you can avoid falls. In addition, with hormonal changes, this causes your joints and muscles to become more relaxed and this too could through your balance off. In addition, this could cause your feet to spread and this means investing in a new pair of shoes one size bigger. Don't worry this is all normal.
Your baby is about 15.7 inches long and weighs around 3 pounds. Amniotic fluid surrounds your baby and this measures to be about a pint and a half. As you are near the end of your pregnancy the volume of amniotic fluid decreases as the baby get bigger. Eyesight is developing more even if vision is not very keen. Your baby's sleep and wake patterns are becoming more evident even while you are trying to sleep and your baby is very much awake.
Your baby's room within the uterus is starting to become a bit snug. In addition, you are probably noticing the increase of pressure and poundage in the abdomen. That is because your little one is growing. If you were to compare your little one to something, the weight would be similar to a spaghetti squash. Over the course of the next few weeks, that adorable little baby is going to keep putting on weight.