You get fourteen eggs, no sausage, and the guy
Your baby now weighs more than the surrounding placenta. She measures about 4.4 to 4.8 inches (about 11 to 12cm) from crown to rump and weighs about 3.5 ounces (100g). She is positioned halfway between your pubic bone and your navel.
Fat, which is important for your baby's metabolism and heat production is beginning to form around this time.The placenta, which will weigh more than a pound at full term, is also developing rapidly. It is now a large and well-established network of blood vessels responsible for exchanging nutrients and waste to support your baby.
As you can see, this project was slowly starting to turn into WAY more work than it was originally intended to be! A little while later after I left Big D alone to do his work (cuz like I said, I don't do manual labor) I hear something kinda like, "Oh my god. That's not good." And next thing I know I see him on his cell phone speaking quickly with someone. He comes into the kitchen where I am and said, "Well, Uncle Rob is on his way. We have a problem." Since I'm totally not technical when it comes to home renovations, I'm just going to say, one side of the roof on the sun porch was starting to slowly fall. Daryl had it propped up with one lonely 2x4.
So Uncle Rob (and family) showed up and we made it a party. I ordered pizza and entertained the rest of the family while THIS went on:
Fine hair called lanugo covers your baby, who now measures about 4.3 to 4.6 inches (10.8 to 11.6cm) from crown to rump and weighs about 2.8 ounces (80g).
Fingernails are well formed and the arms and legs may be seen moving on an ultrasound. Your baby already has his own unique fingerprint pattern!
Your baby can hold his head erect and he can also make faces with his slightly developed facial muscles. Your baby may practice squinting, frowning and opening and closing his mouth.Your baby's bones have enough calcium deposits to show on an X-ray. If your baby is female, her ovaries will be in place in her pelvis and more than five million ova (some of which may be fertilized to become your own grandchildren in another generation!) have formed.