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  1. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:29:57 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Your little one will begin to fill out over the next few weeks. Fat layers form throughout your unborn baby’s body. These layers will eventually keep him warm and insulated once outside the womb. Soft hair, called lanugo, covers his body, too. His eyelids are still closed, making him appear like he’s sleeping, but frequent wiggles will let you know he’s awake. You may also feel Baby hiccupping.Those jerky motions you feel in your belly are a result of little lungs practicing the important task of breathing.

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  2. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:29:18 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    By week 20, your baby-to-be is gearing up for the next phase in his development — filling out. His organs are getting into their proper places. His kidneys are now in position with their familiar bean shape. His testes (or ovaries for girls) have reached their position. His brain continues to form and grow. His teeth are beginning to appear, and he can swallow. If you haven’t been able to feel him move, chances are you’ll be feeling him move more and more over the coming weeks.

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  3. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:28:41 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    In your 19th week of pregnancy, your unborn baby’s organs continue to grow. His body is covered with lanugo — soft hairs and a sticky protective coating that keeps his skin from drying out in the amniotic fluid. Your baby is moving frequently, and by now you should be able to feel those movements. Your physician can hear your baby-to-be’s heartbeat with a stethoscope placed on your abdomen.

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  4. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:28:01 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    At week 18, your baby-to-be’s senses are maturing. She’s able to hear sounds within her own comfortable environment, such as the sound of your heart beating, as well as external sounds, such as your voice. She may become more active for certain sounds, and you’ll feel her movements. At this point in her development she’s still small enough that she has plenty of room to wiggle.

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  5. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:27:20 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Around this time your baby’s ears pop from his head and Baby-to-be can now sense sounds. After all, he has plenty to listen to in utero! He’s accustomed to the strong beating of your heart, blood rushing through your veins, and your stomach grumbling. He can also discern sounds outside the uterus, like your voice and music. Although, according to the Mayo Clinic, whether he can distinguish the sound of your voice versus other sounds is not yet clear.

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  6. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:26:36 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    By week 16, your baby-to-be’s body is doing more to support itself. Her kidneys function and produce urine that then passes through the umbilical cord. Within her stomach, bile is secreted, although she relies on you for all of her nutrients. Her appearance changes as her scalp hair grows and may even have color. Her developing facial muscles make it possible for her to open and close her mouth, maybe even give you a smile or two.

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  7. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:25:54 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    At week 15, your baby-to-be stretches her limbs and bends at her elbows. She’s getting big enough that you can feel many of these movements.

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  8. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:25:10 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    At 14 weeks your baby is a regular wiggler, but because of his small size you probably won’t feel it yet. Your baby-to-be’s face is becoming more distinguishable as his eyes move closer together and his ears move closer to their final positions. He’s also growing soft baby hair all over his body, which is thought to help anchor developing skin, as well as forming hair on his eyebrows and scalp. He may hiccup too, even though his lungs are filled with fluid, not air.

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  9. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:24:30 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    Week 13 marks a milestone for your baby-to-be. Developmentally speaking she’s no longer an embryo, but a fetus. She’s looking — and acting — more and more like a baby every day. She appears to be resting because her eyelids have formed and are fused together, but her arms and legs move and twitch (although you probably can’t feel it … yet). She can suck her thumb, too.

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  10. Wednesday, 1 August 2018 21:23:50 Europe/London

    All About Baby

    The end of the first trimester marks an important step for your baby-to-be. All of her major body systems are in place. In her digestive system, her small intestine is no longer entwined with the umbilical cord, but instead is tucked neatly within the abdomen. Her nervous system continues to develop, and her brain’s structure is fully formed. Many of her organs are starting to work on their own, too. 

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