What to Expect When Expecting
Kierra, Lesli, Ciandra
babys are growing
mothers is unsure if pregnent
just beging to fertalize
6 weeks heart beat
dark spots for eyes
toes and feet are forming- size of kidney been
10 weeks baby tissue grows
starts seeing toes and fingers
can see spine forming
12 weeks baby is having reflex
eyes have moved to the front
The baby stores fat under the skin
The baby increases the store of maternal antibodies and thus resists some diseases.
weeks boby is now catching up with his head
- Irregular, painless contractions of the uterus may be experienced. (Braxton Hicks contractions)
Heartburn, haemorrhoids, shortness of breath, and difficulty sleeping may be experienced in the early part of the third trimester.
Toward the end of the third trimester, breathing may improve due to the uterus
- settling down into the pelvis, this may also cause an increase in frequency of urination.
fat begins to be deposited on your baby. Your baby is about 36 cm (14 inches) long and weighs from about 900 - 1800g (two to four pounds). Your baby's hearing is fully developed and he or she changes position frequently and responds to stimuli, including sound, pain, and light.
baby can move. baby can blink. full length
first 6 weeks are spotting
breast starting to grow
less energy day by day
trouble sleeping and going pee
10 weeks her uteris is as big a grapefruit
13 weeks morning sickness
makeing colostrul breast milk
start to gain weight
the mom has more energy and less tenderness.
no more queasiness.
Thirteen weeks into your pregnancy, or 11 weeks after conception, your baby's intestines have returned to his or her abdomen from the umbilical cord — where they've been growing for the past couple of weeks. Your baby is also beginning to form urine and discharge it into the amniotic fluid.
Tissue that will become bone is also developing around your baby's head and within his or her arms and legs.
tried and uncomfurable
can feel baby move
starts to leak colostrum