Kayli Prenatal Development Timeline

  • Conception Date

    Conception Date
    The sperm of the dad meets with the egg of the mom at this time.
  • Month One

    Month One
    Guide to Month One of Pregnancy Sperm meets egg. Baby is the size of a pinhead and the heart is the size of a poppy seed. The mother should have no signs of the pregnancy except maybe a missed period.
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    Period of the Zygote

    Zygote Video time period from conception until egg implanted in uterus
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    First Trimester

    The First TrimesterThe first part of pregnancy.
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    Period of the Embryo

    All stages of the embryoTime period lasts from 2 weeks after conception until 2 months after conception.
  • Month Two

    Month Two
    MonthTwo of Pregnancy the baby continues to develop internal organs and other major structures of the body. the baby’s heart is developing. By the end of this week the baby’s heart will begin beating. For the next few weeks the baby will be at the Embryo stage of development. Pregnancy hormones have caused the mothers breasts to grow and mature, and she also experiences morning sickness
  • Week Six

    Week Six
    The nose, mouth, and ears are beginning to take shape. the mother may feeling moody one day and joyful the next.
  • Week Eight

    Week Eight
    The baby's fingers and toes are webbed now, his eyelids practically cover his eyes, breathing tubes extend from his throat to the lungs, and his tail is just about gone. the mother may notice that your bra is getting more snug.This is the time were the mother may start the morning sickness stage
  • Month Three

    Month Three the baby’s face begins to look more human now and internally, digestive organs are forming. The pancreas, bile ducts and gallbladder have formed by this point. the mother will experience some weight gain but weight gain is normal in pregnancy and should not be discouraged. Morning sickness will still continue for some.
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    Period of the Fetus

    Inside witha baby The time period from the end of two months to birth
  • Week 13

    Week 13
    Fingerprints have formed on the baby's tiny fingertips, the veins and organs are clearly visible through the still-thin skin, and the bab's body is starting to catch up with it's head. This is the last week of the first trimester, and the risk of miscarriage is now much lower than earlier in pregnancy.
  • Month Four

    Month Four
    Month Four the baby is beginning to gain control of their muscle movements. they can even make facial expressions in response to changes in the uterine environment. \the uterus and skin need twice as much blood as usual, and the kidneys need 25% more blood than usual. the uterus has outgrown the mothers pelvis and will be forced into the abdomen, which will decrease her lung capacity.
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    Second Trimester

    The Second TrimesterThe second part of the pregnancy. Mother usually feels the best during this time
  • Month Five

    Month Five
    Guide to Month Five the baby may be developed enough to see and to hear. As the bones are hardening, the bone marrow is also developing. nausea should have disappeared by now, but the mother may be feeling some heartburn. the thyroid gland is more active during pregnancy, which may cause an increased perspiration.
  • Week 19

    Week 19
    Her brain is designating specialized areas for smell, taste, hearing, vision, and touch. A waxy protective coating called the vernix caseosa is forming on her skin to prevent it from pickling in the amniotic fluid. the mother may notice some achiness in your lower abdomen or even an occasional brief, stabbing pain on one or both sides as she gets bigger.
  • Month Six

    Month Six
    Guide to Month Six the baby’s spine will begin to form. The bones and muscles of the hand are developed enough now that they can clench their fingers into a fist. All the organ systems are in place, but the specialization and maturation of the systems is continuing. The uterus is too large for the pelvis, so there is less pressure on the bladder, as it moves upward by the lungs.
  • Week 24

    Week 24
    Being a foot long, the baby cuts a pretty lean figure at this point, but the body is filling out proportionally and the baby soon start to plump up. the top of your uterus has risen above your belly button and is now about the size of a soccer ball.
  • Month Seven

    Month Seven
    Guide to Month Seven the amount of brain tissue increasing, but the brain design is becoming more mature. While the baby practices working the muscles, their lungs continue to build a supply of surfactant. the large size of the uterus is forcing it to take up room in the pelvic area again, whih may make the mother have to use the bathroom more often
  • Week 27

    Week 27
    the baby is sleeping and waking at regular intervals, opening and closing the eyes, and perhaps even sucking their fingers. any tiny rhythmic movements the mother may be feeling to a case of baby hiccups, which may be common from now on.
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    Third Trimester

    The Third TrimesterThe final part in pregnancy
  • Week 31

    Week 31
    He can turn his head from side to side, and his arms, legs, and body are beginning to plump out as needed fat accumulates underneath his skin. Many women feel random contractions called Braxton Hicks.
  • Month Eight

    Month Eight
    Guide to Month Eight Over the next two weeks the baby will mature enough that their chances of survival if born early will be pretty good. All five of their senses are now functioning. They say the baby starts to dream at this time. the mother should start feeling braxton hicks contractions to preparefor the birth. te baby also is so big, the mother may feel some soreness in the rib cage.
  • Week 34

    Week 34
    the baby now weighs about 4 3/4 pounds and is almost 18 inches long. the fat layers, which will help regulate her body temperature once she's born, are filling their bodies out, making them rounder. the skin is also smoother than ever. the mother will feel tired and not have a lot of energy whcich is understandable.
  • Month NIne

    Month NIne
    Guide to Month Nine the lungs are completing the maturation process, and the baby continues to practice the breathing movements. the baby is ready to be born. the mother may feel a little more clumsy and it may be hard to get a good sleep at night. most mothers want labor to happen to get out of the uncomfortable postion it has been in for nine months.
  • Week 38

    Week 38
    She has a firm grasp, which you'll soon be able to test when you hold her hand for the first time! Her organs have matured and are ready for life outside the womb. Some swelling in the mothers feet and ankles is normal during these last weeks.
  • Birth Date

    Birth Date
    This is where the baby final gets to meet a whole new world out side of the womb.