Your baby is growing rapidly and weighs about 1.7kg. Babies born early at 32 weeks have a good chance of surviving and thriving, although they may need help to breathe at first. This is because the lungs won't be fully developed until just before birth.
Your baby is likely to gently scratch herself if she gets an itch because her fingernails and toenails are now fully developed
Her hair is also getting thicker, although it may thin out after birth.
At week 32, your baby is lying in your womb (uterus) with her head pointing downwards in preparation for birth. But do not worry if she is not in this position yet since most babies adopt a head-down position by 36 weeks, so there's still plenty of time for her to turn.
We should have it in mind that every baby develop differently and this write-up is just to give us a general idea of how a fetus grows in the womb.