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Month 1

The fetus is the size of a pencil point.

The sperm and egg fertilize to for a cell, than the cell divides. The brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves and backbone form.

You may feel sick and hormones go up casing mood swings.

Month 2

The baby has grown to the size off a blueberry and looks like an alien.

His face in starting to form and the tissue that forms his heart starts to beat. By the end of the 2nd month the genitals form but can't be seen.

The same symptoms are present still with increase peeing, and food cravings.

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Month 3

The baby is the size of a peanut. The head is recognizable, and the neck grows. The baby can be seen moving with an ultrasound.

You may feel bloated and have heart burn.

Month 4

The baby is 5 to 6 inches and weighs 5 oz. The tale is gone and you can see the fingernails. The skin is pink and a little translucent.

You can feel the kid kick and move. You start getting bigger in your abdomen.

Month 5

The baby is 10 inches tall and weighs 11oz.

He is getting stronger and moving more. The teeth form in his jawbone. His hair is coming in on his head.

Your skin my darken and stretch marks may aper, and with the size of the kid you may have to pee more.

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Month 6

The kid will be 11 to 14 inches and weigh 1 lb.

The baby can suck his thumb know. This is when the baby will chose his favorite hand. The skin is no longer translucent, and the brain is growing rapidly.

The baby is big enough to be visible by the moms big belly. Your heart and lungs work 50% harder.

Month 7

The baby is 16 inches and 2.5 to 3 lbs.

The babies eyes can open and clothes. He starts to build up fat to stay worm. He exercises by kicking and waving his arms.

You may get indigestion. There will be lower back pains and the hip joints will loosen to prepare for birth.

Month 8

The baby is 16 to 18 inches and weighs 4.5 to 5.5 lbs.

The face is smooth and chubby. The head flips down to get ready for birth.

You may feel a little ungainly and the vagina will grow a little.

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Month 9

At the finale month the baby will be around 20 inches and weigh 6 to 9 lbs.

The baby will get in the fetal position for birth. The fat will keep building and it will finish developing.

You may feel some discomfort in you butt or hips as they separate for the baby to come out. You can start feeling contractions and that is a sine you are going into labor.

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