What To Expect
Tailer English September 13, 2013 Hour. 2
During the first trimester, after the fertilization of the egg and the implantation in the fallopian tubes, the baby will start to grow quickly. The baby will start as an embryo, consisting of two layers of cells and his or her organs and body parts will begin to grow. The baby will then be about the size of a kidney bean and be constantly moving. His or her heart will be beating very quickly and the instestines are forming. other body parts are then taking shape as in their earlobes, eyelids, mouth and nose. During the first trimeseter, the woman needs to start taking prenatal vitamins. Also she needs to start finding a care giver. Someone who will deliver her baby, and care for her baby.
Well, in the beginning of the second trimester, the baby is about 3 1/2 inches and weighs about 1 1/2 ounces. Their tiny fingerprints are now starting to get in place. As weeks go by, the skeleton starts to harden from the rubbery cartilage to bone. Also, the baby will start to develop the ability to hear. During the second trimester, the woman is likely to feel your the babys kicks and flutters soon if not already. Also, the woman will start to have insecurities about her body. But thats normal, because as the baby grows the stomach will continue to grow as well. Lastly, during the second trimester, a pregnant woman's dreams contain animals that are more baby-like, such as pups, chicks, and kittens
At the beginning of the third trimester, the baby should start to weigh around about 2 1/4 pounds. The baby will start to be able to blink, which now sports lashes. The wrinkled skin will start to smooth out as it puts on baby fat. The baby will also begin to develop fingernails, toenails, and peach fuzz or maybe even real hair. Which would then be adding billions of neurons to his or her brain. The baby will then spend the final weeks in the utero putting on weight. The full term average baby is mroe than 19 inches long and weighs nearly 7 pounds. Finally, the mother will have to start keeping track of her babys movements, because less movement may signal a problem, which is good for the mother to know.
Advice for the father
well, the very first thing i would suggest for the father is to STAY IN THE MOTHERS LIFE. i think that every child deserves a mother and a father. Also, i would suggest the father to be very responsible. Like, if the father is in school ... manage to keep his grades up, but also he needs to attempt to get a job. Having a baby is very expensive, and being a single mother is not very easy to do with little if no money. Another thing i would suggest for the father is to be a good one: take care of his child, be caring, loving, supportive, and everything else along those lines. Being a father can be the best thing that a man can be, as long as they try as much as they possibly can.