By now you will be getting used to baby moving inside you, and you may find that it is settling into a pattern of activity, which unfortunately may not coincide with your normal routine. It is quite normal for your baby to sleep during the day lulled by your movements, and then wake up and get busy while you are trying to get to sleep. Unfortunately there isn’t much you can do if it is keeping you up at night, think of it as training for motherhood. This week you baby is up to 28cm in length and looking like a miniature newborn. They are already small explorers, many ultrasounds show babies at this age touching the amniotic sack, grasping the umbilical cord, and touching their own faces.
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There are no perfect parents, and there are no perfect children, but there are plenty of perfect moments along the way - Dave Willis
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