My Wedding Anniversary

Daisypath Anniversary tickers

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Fetal development - 16 weeks pregnant

blood vessels

Your baby is now about the size of an avocado (about 5 inches / 11.6 centimeters long from crown to rump and weighing approximately 4 ounces / 100 grams). In the next three weeks he'll go through a tremendous growth spurt, doubling his weight and adding inches to his length.

In or out of the womb, babies are playful creatures. Yours may already have discovered his first toy - the umbilical cord - which he'll enjoy pulling and grabbing. Sometimes he may even clutch it so tight that less oxygen gets through, but don't worry - he doesn't hold onto it long enough to harm himself. The circulatory system and urinary tract are in full working order, and he's inhaling and exhaling amniotic fluid through his lungs.

Sometimes, when you move suddenly, you may a feel a slight pain in your sides. Ligaments on each side of your uterus and pelvic walls are stretching as your baby grows. It's normal to feel some pain, but if it continues for a few days or escalates, talk to your doctor.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Minisukaneka Tadika Sayangku di UMS

baba sibuk2 suruh aqil gigit medal...

tersenyum bangga baba anak dia dpt no 4...hehehehe

mama dia pun tumpang bangga...

cuba cari..mana aqil....

Aqil berpegangan tangan dgn girl yer....heheheh
group Aqil, group merah

Atlet bergambar dulu dgn baba sebelum berlari...huhuhu
Bergambar dgn mama plak.....lari kuat2 yer sayang..dah beli kasut baru dah tu

Arini my dear son ada minisukaneka tadikanya di tempat kerja hubby, di UMS, seawal 8pg dah bertolak, tgk2 ramai parents dah sampai...gabung dgn cawangan di Inanam, aqil terpilih dalam acara membawa botol susu dan anak patung, lucu betul aqil..... kena kasi gelak je aqil oleh mama dan baba dia....tak kisahlah sayang group aqil dpt last pun, janji ada medal..... siap show off lagi....

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Fetal development - 15 weeks pregnant

You may not know it when it happens, but your tiny tenant frequently gets the hiccups, which babies master before breathing. Babies don't make any sound because their trachea is filled with fluid rather than air.

Although you've probably gained between 5 and 10 pounds / 2.2 - 4.5 kilograms, the fetus weighs in at around only 2.5 ounces / 70 grams. It measures nearly 4 inches / 11 centimeters long, crown to rump. Legs are growing longer than the arms now, fingernails are fully formed and all the joints and limbs can move. You may be able to find out the sex of your baby by ultrasound now, since the external genitals may be developed enough that your doctor can tell you if you're going to have a boy or a girl.

If the idea of having a baby seems so remote, nothing makes it feel more real than feeling your baby move for the first time. Most mums-to-be discern movement (called quickening) between 16 and 20 weeks. If you've been pregnant before, you'll feel things earlier rather than later. What you may first think is a rumbling stomach may be your baby doing some back flips. Make note of when you first start feeling the baby and tell your doctor at your next visit. This middle stage of pregnancy is a good time to start exercising.

• Note: Experts say every baby develops differently - even in utero. These fetal development pages are designed to give a general idea of how a fetus grows in the womb.


Friday, June 18, 2010

Happy 3th birthday my dear son

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Cuti sek...jom balik kampung

Thursday, June 3, 2010