Full term pregnancy is considered 280 days counted from the first day of a your last period. This is broken down into 40 weeks, or divided into three equal parts called trimesters. The fourth, fifth, and sixth months are the second development of the child months boy middle trimester of pregnancy. For more information on development, use the drop down menus above or the weeks links below.
13 weeks – The fetus is now 3 inches long and weighs just an ounce. The baby’s unique fingerprints are already in place. The muscles lengthen and become organized. Soon you will start feeling the first flutters of the unborn child kicking and moving within.
The eyes are slowly moving towards the centre of the face and the nose is more pronounced. The ears are developing, the cheekbones are visible and the first hair is appearing. 15 weeks – The fetus has an adult’s taste buds and may be able to savor the mother’s meals. 16 weeks – The foetus weighs now three and half ounces and is 5 inches crown to rump. The baby can grasp with his hands, kick, or even somersault.