1 Week Pregnant, but not pregnant. Huh? Most doctors and midwives count you as 1 week pregnant based on the first day of your last period. That means you are pregnant before you’re actually pregnant. It’s actually a pretty common misconception
When you find out that you are expecting a child, there are many things you may want to know, such as how your baby develops and grows over the course of the pregnancy, as well as some of the common concerns most women experience during pregnancy. For instance, what is perfectly safe for both you and your baby and what are the best changes in your lifestyle for a healthy and happy pregnancy and baby?
3, 2, 1…Ovulate! While 2 weeks pregnant, you still aren’t technically pregnant yet, but you’re almost there. Doctors and midwives consider week 1 of pregnancy at the start of your menstrual cycle, so you are 2 weeks pregnant right before you ovulate. Around
6 Week Pregnant – All aboard the baby train! 6 weeks pregnant – this pregnancy is chugging along! Your baby is now the size of a lentil. Lentils don’t typically have facial features like eyes, noses, and ears – but
7 Weeks Pregnant – Your amazingly amazing baby this week! You’re 7 weeks pregnant and your wee-one is growing more baby-like at a light speed pace! About the size of a grape, the adorable arms and legs that will someday soon be
Get ready to say so long to the single digits! Now that you’re 9 weeks pregnant, your baby is about the size of a fig. The heart has divided into four chambers and the placenta is formed and ready to