Pregnancy

Your baby has now reached the size of a big grapefruit. His skin is smoothing out, he reacts to loud sounds and can focus his eyes. Your breasts may leak colostrum, and conditions like frequent urination, heartburn and constipation may get worse.

You’re starting your final trimester! Your baby's now the size of an eggplant, has lashes and can blink her eyes. You may have trouble sleeping and find your nose permanently stuffed, and will begin seeing your healthcare provider every two weeks now.

Your baby's lungs are able to function will a lot of medical help, she has developed sleeping and waking patterns and a sense of taste. You may be experiencing Braxton Hicks and your legs may be cramping.

Your baby is putting on weight, kicking harder than ever and his eyes are about to to open. Your belly keeps growing. You may be feeling slightly off balance, your blood pressure may be increasing slightly, and lower back pain is getting worse.

Your baby's now the size of a cauliflower and is starting to accumulate a layer of fat. Your uterus keeps growing, and you may be experiencing the Restless Leg Syndrome and shortness of breath.

Your baby has now reached the size of a crookneck squash and will soon start plumping up. Your belly keeps growing, the uterus now reaching the size of a soccer ball.

Your baby has now reached the size of a large grapefruit and continues to put on weight. Your body keeps changing as well, and you might be experiencing lower back pain, trouble sleeping, bleeding gums and heartburn.

Your baby has now reached the size of a sweet dumpling squash and can sense light and sound. You’re gaining weight, your nipples may be leaking colostrum, and you may be experiencing Braxton Hicks.

Your baby has now reached the size of a zucchini, she’s putting on weight and her kicks are stronger than ever. Your body keeps changing as well, and you might be developing stretch marks and varicose veins – as well as some healthy appetite!

Your baby has now reached the size of a large grapefruit and produces his first stool - meconium. You're half way through your pregnancy, your belly keeps growing, and so does your appetite!