Saturday, October 29, 2016

my little baby girl Alivia Constance Rodriguez-Miranda born

my little baby before she was born into the world
 now we know how beautiful she is and able to compare the ultrasound pic to the pic of her born. I love her soooo much

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

week 37 baby (Alivia Constance Rodriguez-Miranda)

            Your due date is very close now, but your baby isn't considered full term until 39 weeks. Spending the next two weeks in the womb allows your baby's brain and lungs to mature more fully. If you'repregnant past your due date, don't worry. About half of newborns are late arrivals. And most of the time, an overdue baby isn't late at all – the due date was off because it's hard to calculate preciselyRead more about this week »

Saturday, October 15, 2016

week 36 baby (Alivia Constance Rodriguez-Miranda)

           Your baby is shedding some of the downy hair (called lanugo) that's been covering her body, as well as the vernix caseosa, a waxy substance that's been protecting her skin in the womb. She's probably positioned head-down now, preparing for passage through the birth canal. If she isn't in the right position, your doctor or midwife may suggest performing an external cephalic version (ECV) to try to manually maneuver your baby into a head-down position. Read more about this week »

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

week 35 baby (Alivia Constance Rodriguez-Miranda)

 this is what the baby looks like at week 35 in the womb.
           Your baby doesn't have as much room to maneuver, but the frequency of his kicks should remain the same. In fact, you may even feel more movements as he gets stronger and has less room. (If you notice he's become less active, call your doctor or midwife.) Your baby's kidneys are fully developed and his liver can process some waste material. Most of his basic physical development is complete, and he'll spend the next few weeks packing on weight at a rate of about an ounce a day. The amount of amniotic fluid surrounding him is beginning to decrease now. Read more about this week »

Saturday, October 1, 2016

week 34 baby (Alivia Constance Rodriguez-Miranda)

             If you've been nervous about preterm labor, you can breathe a sigh of relief now. Babies born between 34 and 37 weeks who don't have other health problems generally do fine after a short stay in the NICU. Your baby's lungs and nervous system are continuing to mature. Her skin is smoother than ever, and fat layers filling out beneath the surface will help regulate her body temperature once she's born. Read more about this week »

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