Pregnacy Timeline

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  • One Month

    One Month
    By the end of this month your baby is approximately 2mm long and beginning early stages of development
  • 2 months

    2 months
    Your baby is now considered a fetus. Her heart, neural tube, arms and legs, liver and other major organs begin to form. The placenta also begins to form as well as the eyes, ears, mouth, and bones. Your baby is approximately 1/2 inch - 3/4 inch long and weighs about 1-2 grams by the end of this month
  • 3 months

    3 months
    If given an ultrasound now, you would be able to see your baby's arms and legs moving. Baby's heartbeat can be detected. Baby's sex organs continue to develop, but it is still too difficult to differentiate gender. By the end of your third month, your baby is 3-4 inches long and weighs about 1 ounce.
  • 4 months

    4 months
    Your baby's hair and teeth begin to form. Your baby will be moving and active now and you may begin to feel baby's movement. Your baby is approximately 5-6 inches long and weigh 5-8 ounces by the end of the month
  • 5 months

    5 months
    Your baby is developing a fine hair, called lanugo, which covers the body. She begins to suck and swallow and may even be found sucking her thumb. Her ears are developed as well and she may be able to hear you now. Your baby is approximately 7-8 inches long and weighs 3/4-1 pound by the end of this month.
  • 6 months

    6 months
    Your baby's immune system is developing and she is beginning to create her own antibodies. She has developed a hand grip reflex and startle reflex. Her lungs are beginning to develop and alveoli are forming. By the end of this month, she is approximately 9-10 inches long and weigh in at about 1 1/2-2 1/4 pounds.
  • 7 months

    7 months
    Your baby's eyes are open and she is able to cry. She may be very active now and others may be able to see her movements. She may have hiccups which will feel like a jumpy movement. By the end of this month, she is approximately 11 inches long and weighs around 3-3 1/2 pounds.
  • 8 months

    8 months
    Baby is becoming increasingly cramped for space, but she is still very active. Your baby is approximately 13 inches long and weighs around 5-6 pounds at the end of this month.
  • 9 months

    9 months
    She should be facing head down in preparation for birth. Babies weight and length vary considerably at birth, but a typical range would be between 7-8 pounds and 19-21 inches in length.