Month's of a Pregnancy

  • One month Pregnant

    One month Pregnant
    The baby is the size of a poppy seed, it consist of two layers: the epiblast and the hypoblast, from which all of her organs and body parts will develop.
  • Second month Pregnant

    Second month Pregnant
    Your baby is about the size of a kidney bean. It's starting to develop its organs and body parts.
  • Three month Pregnant

    Three month Pregnant
    Your baby is about two inches long. It's fingers and toes begin to curl and move, starts developing more organs cells.
  • Four month Pregnant

    Four month Pregnant
    Your baby is 4 and a half inches long now and is the size of a avovado. The legs, eyes, ears, fingernails, toenails are begining to develop, and your baby is pumping about 25 quarts of blood.
  • Five month Pregnant

    Five month Pregnant
    Your baby is the size of a banana-10 and a half inches long. It is begining to swallow more, producing meconium, a black, sticky by-product of digestion. This gooey substance will accumulate in his bowels.
  • Six month Pregant

    Six month Pregant
    Your baby is about a foot long now. It's brain is starting to develop a lot quicker. Taste buds are forming. His lungs are developing "branches" of the respiratory "tree" as well as other cells.
  • Seventh month Pregnant

    Seventh month Pregnant
    Your baby at this point is 14.8 inches long. It can blink their eyes now, with short eye lashes. Eyesight is developing, The baby is also developing billions of neurons in her brain and adding more body fat in preparation for life in the outside world.
  • Eight month Pregnant

    Eight month Pregnant
    Your baby is 3.75 pounds. It has toenails, fingernails, and real hair, its skin is becoming soft and smooth as she plumps up in preparation for birth.
  • Ninth month Pregnant

    Ninth month Pregnant
    Your baby is now six month pregant. Your baby is shedding most of the downy covering of hair that covered her body as well as the vernix caseosa, the waxy substance that covered and protected her skin during her nine-month aniotic bath. Your baby is swallowing both of these substances, along with other secretions. Your baby should be at it's full term now.