I’m Lovin’ It – Yoda at Week 26*

I officially hit the uncomfortable sleep stage. It hurts to sleep on my sides, no matter how many times I roll over. And it takes me forever to go to sleep because somebody wants to start playing kick-ball when I’m resting. He particularly likes to punch my bladder. Ugh.boo.hiss.

In other news, I found a onesie that I just adore! I added it to my registry but I might end up buying it anyway:

wu-tang onesie

The purchase link is on the picture.

Now let’s check in on Mr. Yoda today and see what’s he’s up to. According to babygaga.com:

At long last your little swimmer can see!

For the first time ever, your wee babe’s eyelids have finally opened (remember: they were fused shut previously) and they’re probably having their first moments of sight as you read this (or maybe it already happened while you were brushing your teeth or browsing the internet or something).

In addition to taking in their first visual impressions of their comfy amniotic-filled studio, your little human-bean recently acquired the ability to move their head around.

That’s right, if your child were clever enough (which they’re not – yet), they could engage in that most basic of non-verbal communication – the head shake/nod. Not to mention, gawking!

In further anti-alien developments: your little super star’s head hair is starting to grow in!

Who knows, maybe a cute little cowlick or two is springing into position right now – the first of years of cute-but-stubborn bed-head.

Your wee piggy’s toenails have recently grown in and they’re still slowly piling up fat beneath their still-loose-n-wrinkly skin.

Most importantly, their brain tissue and neurons are all developing at a rapid pace, increasing their (genius-level?) brain activity, which will continue to function at accelerated levels for the first eight years of childhood!

And what size is Yoda this week?



Yoda is the size of a head of lettuce! Wow!


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