Eat good to taste good
From a banana of 6.5 inches, your baby has grown to 10.5 inches and weighs around 350gm.And the fruit of the week is pomegranate, a bigger one! Hard to imagine? Do take a look during your next ultrasound.<br><br>\r\n\r\nWhile the eyebrows and eyelids have developed completely and the fingertips get a cover with nails. Also, it's time to talk to your baby, he's listening! Yeah, talk to the baby or read out loud a good book for your baby's bedtime. The same story might become your baby's favorite bedtime story after birth as well for a long time.<br><br>\r\n\r\nBy the way, it's not just hearing senses that get fully functional this week, even the taste buds have developed too. The baby has begun identifying the taste of your food. As your food changes, the taste of the amniotic fluid also gets changed day­by­day. As your baby swallows down amniotic fluid, he would develop the taste of the food that you eat. There are chances that the baby would love to eat the same sweet corn soup you had during this time after birth too. Ensure you eat all the right things that you want your baby to eat too.<br><br>\r\n\r\nIf your baby is a girl, she has already developed eggs for a lifetime in her womb, around six million, even more than what she would ever be able to use.<br><br>\r\n\r\nThere are a lot of changes happening inside you also. Do check our section of Body Changes to better understand your condition.
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