Your Baby: Is about 10 1/2 inches long, head to toe. Passes time by sucking his or her thumb and even opening and closing his or her eyes. And you know, elbowing you in the vital organs. Is like, kicking for serious now, and the movements cannot only be felt from the outside, they can [...]
Your Baby: Is as big as (depending on which measurements from which pregnancy book you use and of course, Your Produce May Vary) a butternut squash, or as long as a banana, or possibly a carrot. I am getting the sense these comparisons are not really an exact science. Will be measured head-to-toe from this [...]
Your Baby: Is about 5 1/2 to six inches long and weighs around 7 ounces. Although your baby will weigh more than 15 times its current weight by the time it is born, the rapid-fire growth portion of pregnancy is over. Thus, I have nothing else interesting to say up here. Baby is fully assembled; [...]
Erica Lyon, rockstar childbirth educator and author of “The Big Book of Birth” helps you understand that in addition to physical signs of labor there are some behaviors that women tend to manifest when they are going onto labor. Learn to identify them.
Your Baby: Is about the size of a baked potato — five-and-a-half inches long. Has actual cute little ears and working ear bones and can hear sounds through the amniotic fluid — similar to how things sound to you underwater. Is moving, moving, moving. The baby is still small enough that you may not feel [...]