Weekly Guide

Week 11

 You are coming to the end of the stage where most moms-to-be experience the worst of the morning sickness. It will usually have passed completely by week 12 or 13. You’ll also find the fatigue…

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Week 12

Your baby is moving its arms and legs much more now - but you still won't feel it for a while as your baby is still so tiny. If the smallest things upset you and…

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Week 13

Your baby’s fingers and toes have separated and are beginning to grow nails. The baby may also be growing hair on their head (It can now move it's head up and down and side to…

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Week 14

At this point your baby can now suck their thumb! It has also grown eyebrows so can frown and grimace at you in the ultrasound! The placenta has become your baby’s life support system and…

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Week 15

The cells which color your baby’s hair have started to work! Your baby is keeping nice and warm as your womb provides an environment that is half a degree higher than your own body temperature.…

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Week 16

Have you tried to play music to your belly! Your baby can hear it so make sure you choose wisely! No swearing! All the baby’s nails have formed on their fingers and toes and they…

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Week 17

Have you felt the baby move yet? It’s exciting times! Your baby is becoming more active with each day that passes and as your womb gets larger you may be starting to feel the first…

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Week 18

Your baby is around the length of a pencil (about 6 inches) and has formed gums and within those gums are the beginnings of teeth! Your placenta is working extra time to give your baby…

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Week 19

Your baby is growing rapidly by now and weighs around 0.6 lbs and is around 7 inches long. Its brain is developing fast and senses such as taste, smell, hearing, sight and touch are all…

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Week 20

HALFWAY!! Congratulations! Your baby is now around 0.9 lbs and 9 inches long. The muscles are developing rapidly and it can feel as if you are carrying an acrobatic baby! Your baby has developed its…

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