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12 weeks – a plum!

Baby is about the size of a plum, measuring about 2 1/2 inches crown to rump. Baby weighs about an ounce. Baby’s head is about one half of the length from crown to rump and rests upon baby’s neck rather … Continue reading

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11 weeks – a brussels sprout!

Baby is the size of a brussels sprout. Baby is very active, but you won’t be able to feel its movement yet. Baby is about 2 to 2 1/2 inches from crown to rump and the average fetus weighs just … Continue reading

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10 weeks – a strawberry!

Baby is about the size of a strawberry, measuring about one inch from crown to rump. Baby’s head is taking on a rounder, more human shape. All the internal organs are in place and starting to work together. Baby’s eyes, … Continue reading

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9 Weeks – a cherry!

At 9 weeks, your baby is the size of a cherry! Baby measures 0.6 to 0.7 inches long and weighs about 0.12 ounces. Baby is no longer considered an embryo – he or she is now known as a fetus … Continue reading

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8 Weeks – a raspberry!

8 weeks – Your baby is the size of a raspberry! Baby 0.5 to 0.6 inch long, crown to rump Baby’s hands and feet are forming tiny fingers and toes, and those arms are able to flex at the elbows … Continue reading

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7 Weeks – a blueberry!

At 7 weeks your baby is the size of a blueberry! It’s doubled its size since last week, now measuring about 1/2 inch. Baby’s brain continues to grow at a rate of about 100 brain cells a minute. The heart … Continue reading

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6 Weeks – a pomegranate seed!

At 6 weeks the baby is the size of a pomegranate seed! An ultrasound may pick up a tiny heartbeat of about 105 beats per minute. The brain and nervous system are quickly developing. The neural tube begins to close … Continue reading

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