I’m Lovin’ It – Yoda at Week 25*

Truth to be told, I’m technically speaking in the third trimester already. Yoda’s body is measuring a whopping two weeks ahead and his head is a month ahead. A whole month? You know that means? That means big-ass baby.

But both of my doctors are going by LMP, so we’re sticking to that. Let’s check in to see how he’s doing.

According to babygaga.com:

Your little grower’s physical proportions are pretty much birth-ready and most of their remaining development will largely be weight gain and a ton of nervous system development.

The good news is: if your child were to be born premature, they’d likely survive without much trauma as their lungs started producing “surfactant” last week, which means their tiny respiratory system is getting stronger with each passing day.

Yes, now’s a good time for a minor sigh of relief and a quick pat on the back. All that hard work and conscientious living is really getting your child prepared for a healthy delivery.

In mobile-fetus news: your baby should be scootching slowly out of the breech position (head upright, with their butt-n-legs down by your pelvis) and start rotating around for a head-first exit through the birth canal.

If all goes well, and your little womb hi-jacker isn’t a contrary one, they’ll be locked-n-loaded in the next few weeks!

Time is short (or really long, depending on who you ask) — just (still!) 14 weeks left before you can go back to being a single-resident human… with one tiny brand-spankin’ new family member!

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And what size is Yoda this week?

Cauliflower

 

Yoda is a cauliflower!

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