pregnancy week by week
Your baby may be a size of a prune but he is starting to toughen up thanks to his now hardening bones. His fingers and toes are also developing along with fingernails. As for you, find out what type of food and activities you should avoid to reduce pregnancy risks.
Your baby is officially a fetus! He can now make tiny movements thanks to his equally tiny muscles on his hands and feet. As for you, loss of appetite may lead to weight loss, though you may need loose-fitting clothes thanks to your ever-expanding belly. Go ahead and shop if you must--it may be the best therapy to keep things off certain discomforts you may be feeling.
Your baby's heart beats 150 times per minute, his hands still resemble paddles, and his ears are nothing but depressions on either side of his head. As for you, you may be feeling lethargic; welcome this as a sign that your rapidly-developing baby's growth is right on track.