Week 25 for Parents
You may notice that your baby has resting and alert periods. Your baby's hearing has continued to develop, too — he or she may now be able to hear your voice!
Calendar - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
A weekly guide to changes in your baby, and you!
A Week-by-Week Pregnancy Calendar for Parents
Our week-by-week illustrated pregnancy calendar is a detailed guide to all the changes taking place in your baby - and in you!
Week 11 for Parents
If you saw a picture of your baby now, you'd think you had a genius on your hands — the baby's head accounts for about half of the body length!
Week 37 for Parents
This week, your baby continues to gain weight — at half an ounce a day!
Week 9 for Parents
Your baby measures about 0.6 to 0.7 inches from crown to rump and weighs around 0.1 ounces. Your baby may make some first movements as muscles develop, but you won't feel them for several more weeks.
Week 7 for Parents
The umbilical cord has formed, and the mouth, nostrils, ears, and eyes are some of the facial features that become more defined this week. The arm bud now has a hand on the end of it, which looks like a tiny paddle.
Week 12 for Parents
Tiny fingernails and toenails start to form this week, which is the last of your first trimester.
Week 10 for Parents
At this point in the pregnancy, all vital organs have been formed and are starting to work together. Congenital abnormalities are unlikely to develop after week 10.
Week 2 for Parents
Week 2 is the midpoint of a typical menstrual cycle, when ovulation occurs and conditions are most favorable for fertilization of an egg by sperm.