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  1. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:37:34 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your unborn baby’s lungs continue to mature. As her lungs become more developed, the chances of her surviving if born prematurely increase. Her skin, which has been wrinkled, now becomes smooth as fat cells fill out her body.

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  2. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:36:48 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your baby’s face looks much like it will when he’s born. He still needs to fill out more to get the characteristic chubby infant cheeks, but he’s on his way. He can move his head, open his eyes, and make breathing movements through his open nostrils (although no air comes in).

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  3. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:36:06 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your baby is filling out this week. She’s adding fat to insulate her body for the day she leaves her cozy home. You can probably distinguish between feet and hands, head and bottom when your baby-to-be moves inside you. She takes practice breaths but won’t breathe air until delivery.

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  4. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:35:25 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your unborn baby’s survival rate outside the womb increases as each week passes. If he didn’t open his eyes last week, chances are he’ll take his first peek this week. Your baby-to-be’s skeleton and muscles are maturing quickly. This week he can turn his head from side to side.

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  5. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:34:39 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your baby’s lungs and brain are beginning to mature. Although he’d have a good chance of survival if he were born now, he could use a few more weeks of growing. Added layers of fat are continuing to form. These layers will help your baby regulate his temperature once outside the womb and help keep him warm.

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  6. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:34:01 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    During your 26th week of pregnancy, your baby-to-be opens her eyes for the first time. She’ll open and shut her eyes as she gets used to her new ability. Your little one is still on the small side. Her body may look fully formed on the outside, but inside there’s fine-tuning taking place, including her lungs and her brain. Your unborn baby still has some growing to do!

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  7. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:33:11 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your baby-to-be’s lungs are developing rapidly, although she’d probably need a little help breathing if she were born at this point. Her respiratory system continues to develop, her nostrils are open, and she can breathe — but she won’t take her first breath of air until delivery day. By your 25th week of pregnancy, her reproductive organs are formed (in boys, the testes have descended). Her skin is translucent and wrinkled, and she can hear your stomach when it gurgles and your voice when you sing. Your baby is becoming more aware of how she can move — she’s wiggling her fingers and toes!

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  8. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:32:29 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    In your 24th week of pregnancy, your baby is filling out. Part of your weight gain goes straight to helping him gain weight, too. Since he’s still on the scrawny side, his skin wrinkles on his body, but he looks like a miniature version of what you’ll see on delivery day. His face has formed, his ears are in place, and his eyes are complete (although his lids are still closed). He has eyelashes, fingernails, and may already be growing hair. Rapid eye movements (REM) are beginning, too.

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  9. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:31:30 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Even if your bowels aren’t quite regular these days, your baby may be settling into a regular routine — more active at night, for instance, while quieter during the day. All of her internal systems are in place, even if they do need more time to mature. Her vestibular system — the area in the brain responsible for sensing movement — is one of the first parts of the brain to mature and it is already actively sensing all your movements.

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  10. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:30:43 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your baby’s brain is growing daily. Her senses are also starting to develop. She can hear the sound of your heart along with your breathing. As she wiggles her fingers, she may touch her face or even suck her thumb. Her lungs are becoming more mature, and she even goes through the motions of breathing. She can also swallow, although she won’t have her first real meal until delivery day.

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