Your baby may be a size of a prune but he is starting to toughen up thanks to his now hardening bones. As for you, find out what type of food and activities you should avoid to reduce pregnancy risks.
Your baby can now make tiny movements, thanks to the equally tiny muscles on his/her hands and feet. As for you, loss of appetite may lead to weight loss, though you may need loose-fitting clothes thanks to your ever-expanding belly.
Your baby can start saying goodbye to that primitive tail and hello to primitive neural pathways! As for you, your sense of smell is heightened and you may be feeling fatigue and nauseated. Don't worry, though, as it will get better!
Your baby maybe moving less because of decreased activity and his/her baby's 20-to-40-minute sleep cycles. As for you, mum, now is the best time for: knowing the signs of preterm labour and hosting a baby shower.
Your baby's limbs are proportional to the rest of his body, so he resembles a newborn more now. As for you, mum, find out what condition you must watch out for to ensure a safe delivery.
So many amazing things are happening to your baby now, including a rapidly growing brain. As for you, mum, watch out for a dip in iron, so take your supplements.
Your baby, who is the size of a Chinese cabbage, may appear more plump in ultrasounds thanks to the extra layer of fat forming. As for you, mum, just a few more months to go!
Your baby now has defined eyebrows and eyelashes--can you believe it? As for you, mum, you'll be happy to know that you're most likely experiencing the much coveted "pregnancy glow".
What exciting developments can you expect in your little one this week? Let's find out!
Can you guess what facial expressions your little one can now make and what he can wiggle? As for you, mum, find out whether now is the best time for you to sign up for prenatal classes or not.
Your baby's heart beats 150 times per minute, hands still resemble paddles, and ears are nothing but depressions on either side of the head. As for you, you may be feeling lethargic. Welcome this as a sign that your baby's growth is right on track.
Your baby is developing his/her brain, spinal chord, nerves, and backbone. For you, this is the time to avoid activities that may pose a threat to your pregnancy.