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Week 14

Thursday, December 06, 2012

Things are going pretty good. I have been mostly on track this week with eating, besides yesterday I broke down and went out for pizza. But, hey, it happens. And this weekend is not going to be much better with 2 Christmas parties. But it's ok, I'm not really dieting (not supposed to!) just trying to make sure I'm getting in enough calories everyday, since I was getting a little worried about how my weight was dropping. As of this morning, I've gone back up to my pre-pregnancy weight, but we will see what tomorrow brings, my weight has been unpredictable lately.

I officially have one pair of pants that do not fit that I definitely wore last week. They are about half an inch from being able to button. I am starting a box that I'm putting in the baby's room for all my pre-maternity clothes that aren't fitting properly. Hopefully not too many things make it in there for a couple more weeks, because I will get some maternity clothes for Christmas, my mom already told me so.

Things happening in week 14:
- Baby is about the size of a lemon, 3.5 inches, 1.5 oz
- Baby can now squint, frown, and grimace
- Kidneys are producing urine
- Can suck it's thumb
- Head now sits on a more distinctive neck
- By the end of this week, arms will grow to a length that is proportionate to the rest of it's body
- Starting to develop fine hair all over it's body
- Liver is making bile
- Spleen is helping in production of red blood cells

Here's what the baby looks like at 14 weeks:

Photo and information from: www.babycenter.com/6_you
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    Aww, already the size of a lemon, how'd that happen so fast? Before you know it you'll be feeling little kicks. Glad things are well, enjoy your Christmas parties! emoticon
    1903 days ago
    emoticon Sounds like you're doing great!
    1903 days ago
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