cramping

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'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 large grapefruit and produces his first stool - meconium. You're half way through your pregnancy, your belly keeps growing, and so does your appetite!

Your period is not due yet, but somehow, you feel slightly different. Weird little cramps, light pink spotting - are they just PMS, or, maybe, something else? But how can you tell the difference, and, besides, you and your partner practice the pull-out method, and it's supposed to work, right?