Creation Of New Life

Destinee Smith and Taquala Bowls

First 3 trimesters

Mother: The mother will expericence tender swollen breast due to hormones changing as they start to prepare for breast feeding. She also will expericence nausea and vomiting during anytime of the day usually in the morning. A dark line might appear under her navel.

Fetus: By eight weeks teh fetus has allthe organs like the heart is already beating, bones have also started to form. Their bones are 3.5 inches and they weigh 15 grams by twelve weeks the sex of the baby has been determined. At the time when the baby moves the mother cannot feel it. The baby's teeth have also formed inside of the gums, fingernails have also developed.

Advice for the Father: Dont fight her mood swings the father also needs to attend her appointments and DO NOT critique her body and how its changing. Stay intouch with her to make sure she is ok, dont let her drink alcohol or smoke because or help her avoid anything that might harm the baby.

Second 3 trimesters

Mother: The baby starts to rise in the abdomen resulting in decreased pressure on the bladder, and the breast may leak fluid. The mother may also feel movement, she also will experience back and leg pain basically, little aches and pains.

Baby: The baby has developed all his hair on his hair, you can hear the heartbeat aswell. The mother will also feel the childs movement. By 26 weeks you can feel the outline of the baby.

Advice for the Father: Try to start helping picking out names for the newborn, you also should help her around the house. The wife may enjoy sex even more being pregnant still be romantic to her to let her know that u still like her the way she because she is carrying your baby.

Third 3 trimesters

The Mother:

You have now reached your final stretch of pregnancy and are probably very excited and anxious for the birth of your baby. Some of the physical symptoms you may experience during this period include shortness of breath, hemorrhoids, urinary incontinence, varicose veins and sleeping problems. Many of these symptoms arise from the increase in the size of your uterus, which expands from approximately 2 ounces before pregnancy to 2.5 pounds at the time of birth

The baby:

Your baby's sucking and breathing reflexes are now well established, and your baby is fully ready for life in the outside world. By full-term, most babies weigh about 2.7 to 3.5 kg.

The Father: Since your babys due date is near, your wife may start to become very nervous or scared about the delivery process or how life will change. Try to comfort her at this time.