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Izzy Newton ( period 2) Development timeline

  • Month one

    Month one
    At four weeks pregnant, the newly implanted embryo is very tiny — only about 0.04 inches long, the size of a poppy seed.
  • Month two

    Month two
    At 12 weeks, the fetus is about the size of a passion fruit, measuring close to 2.5 inches, crown to rump, and weighing approximately 0.5 ounce.
  • Month three

    Month three
    When you’re 18 weeks pregnant, the fetus is around the size of a sweet potato, measuring about 5 and a half inches long from crown to rump, and weighing around 7 ounces.
  • Month Fouth

    Month Fouth
    At 20 weeks, your fetus is about the size of a bell pepper. By this stage your baby may weigh about 9 to 11 ounces pound and is over 6 inches long, crown to rump — you could cup your little guy in the palms of your hands.
  • Month fifth

    Month fifth
    Now that you’re 24 weeks pregnant, your fetus is about the size of a full ear of corn. He weighs a little more than a pound, and he is almost 8 inches long from crown to rump.
  • Month sixth

    Month sixth
    At 25 weeks, your fetus is about the size of an acorn squash. There’s so much going on with your baby, here’s an idea of what he may be looking like this week:
  • Month seventh

    At 28 weeks, the average fetus is about the size of a head of lettuce, weighing about 2.5 pounds and measuring about 10 inches long, crown to rump.
  • Month eighth

    At 30 weeks, the average fetus is about the size of a cabbage, weighing nearly 3 pounds and measuring close to 10 1/2 inches, crown to rump.
  • Month Ninth

    At 40 weeks, the average fetus is about the size of a pumpkin. On average, babies weigh between six and nine pounds at birth, and measure between 18 and 20 inches from crown to rump.