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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Fetal development - 29 weeks pregnant


Your baby now weighs around 2.5 pounds/ 1.1 kilograms and measures about 15 inches/ 38 centimetres from head to toe. In boys, testicles descend from near the kidneys through the groin en route to the scrotum. In girls, the clitoris is relatively prominent because it's not yet covered by the still-small labia. These will grow to cover it in the last few weeks before birth.

Your baby's head is getting bigger, and brain growth is very rapid at this time. Nearly all babies react to sound by 30 weeks.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
Your baby's nutritional needs reach their peak during the third trimester. You'll need plenty of protein, vitamin C, folic acid, iron and calcium (about 200 milligrams is deposited in your baby's skeleton every day), so eat foods rich in these nutrients. The skeleton hardens even more and the brain, muscles and lungs continue to mature. So take a look at our eating well guide to make sure you are getting the right minerals and vitamins.

Source:http://www.babycenter.com.my/pregnancy/fetaldevelopment/29weeks/

Monday, September 20, 2010

Fetal development - 28 weeks pregnant----7 months


You're in the home stretch. The third trimester typically starts at week 29 and lasts until week 40 and sometimes even beyond. (Don't worry - 42 weeks is the maximum! After that, a woman usually is induced to give birth.) Most women gain an average of 11 pounds/ 5 kilograms during this trimester.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
By this week, your baby weighs nearly 2.3 pounds/ a little over 1 kilogram and may measure 14.8 inches/ 38 centimeters from top to toe. At about this time, your baby can open his eyes and turn his head in utero if he notices a continuous, bright light shining from the outside. His fat layers are forming and his fingernails appear.

You're probably vacillating between feeling as if you've been pregnant forever and being nervous about labour and birth. Checking off things on your to-do list can help. Start selecting possible baby names and begin thinking about life after the birth as well.

Source:http://www.babycenter.com.my/pregnancy/fetaldevelopment/28weeks/

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Mcm2 pose




Inilah my baby big boy skrg, adui..mcm2 kerenah...kurus melidi je skrg, makan ndak mau...tak th nak buat mcm mn..kena tanya dia btl2 nak makan apa br dia nak makan...

Satu lg skrg ni, suka sgt posing ala2 model bila nak ambik gambar dia....suka2 dia aje tukar2 pose...tiru sapa lah tu suka bergambar...heheheh

And one more thing, pantang mama on laptop nak cek fb, sibuklah dia suruh kita carikan games utk dia main...malas nak layan..tgk2 dia cari sendiri dan jupa plak tu...adui..cerdik betul... pandai plak tu double click kt mana2 button....

Fetal development - 27 weeks pregnant


Your baby now weighs nearly 2 pounds/ 875 grams and measures 14.5 inches/ 36.6 centimeters from head to toe. Her eyes open and close, she sleeps and wakes at regular intervals and she may suck a finger or thumb.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
Sweet dreams, little baby! Some experts believe that babies begin to dream by the 28th week. What do they dream about? No-one knows for certain but the brain is active this week as well. The characteristic grooves on the brain's surface start to appear and more brain tissue develops.

Chalk up any rhythmic movement you may be feeling to a case of the hiccups, which are common this week and throughout the pregnancy. Your baby has them but is breathing in amniotic fluid rather than air. A paper bag can't cure her hiccups, obviously, but an episode usually lasts only momentarily. The sensation for you may be strange but not unpleasant.

Since your uterus is now up near your rib cage, you may now find yourself short of breath if you haven't already. Starting now and continuing through the last three months of pregnancy, you may be plagued by leg cramps, hemorrhoids, varicose veins and an itchy abdomen. Are pregnancy discomforts getting you down? Try some natural remedies to perk you up.

If you were found to be Rh-negative earlier in pregnancy, you'll probably be tested for Rh antibodies this week or next and have an anti-D injection to combat the incompatibility. You may be offered a repeat injection at 36 weeks.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Jalan2 cari makan air krim di Jesselton




Friday, September 10, 2010

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri 2010

Gelagat Aqil time nak suruh bergambar dgn mama dia..adui..bikin panas...

Dgn baba ok sket...

Ambik gambar sendiri2 jak..

Selamat Hari Raya pada semua pembaca blog ni..heheh (ada ker?)...tahun ni turn kami beraya di KK, InsyaAllah, thn depan kami beraya berempat di Jerteh...mcm biasa, kalu beraya di KK ni mmg mcm tak rayalah (compare to my hometown, mmg sakan kami beraya, kunjungi rumah saudara dan kawan2 semua)...kt sini at the 1st day,pagi2 lagi hubby g solat raya di masjid UMS, then saya plak pagi2 lg masakkan nasi beriani (kami berdua je yg makan, huhuhu penat2 je masak byk2, mmg teda org dtg rumah pun), lepas hubby balik dr solat, snap2 gambar dulu, adui..entah apa2 je gambar, semua plan tak jadi....then ptg hubby ajak g berjalan rumah kawan dia di Petagas, mmg best makan2 kt situ

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Fetal development - 25 weeks pregnant


The baby now weighs nearly 1.5 pounds/ 660 grams and is approximately 13.5 inches/ 35 centimeters long from crown to heel. He makes breathing movements but has no air in his lungs yet. At 26 weeks, fetal brain scans show response to touch. If you shine a light on your abdomen, your baby will turn his head, which according to researchers, means his optic nerve is working.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
At every antenatal visit, your doctor will take your blood pressure and do tests on a sample of your urine. In this way, pregnancy-related conditions such as pre-eclampsia and diabetes can be detected and treated.

Your fingers, wrists and hands may be feeling achy and numb. The carpal tunnel in the wrist is swollen, as are many other tissues in your body. Nerves that run through the tunnel end up pinched, creating pressure that manifests itself as shooting or burning pain. Wearing a brace may help; so will taking vitamin B6. Talk to your doctor about other ways to cope. Find out about natural remedies for numb or achy fingers.

Source:http://www.babycenter.com.my/pregnancy/fetaldevelopment/25weeks/