8 exciting things about baby growth spurts in womb

baby growth spurts


What does a baby in womb do in those nine months?


1: Tasting Food

When you eat foods, the flavors can be detected in your fluid. Sweet flavors, Garlic, Anise and Ginger are all known to alter the flavor. Experts believe this is nature’s way of preparing the baby for the flavors he is likely to eat when he enters the world. Week 15, your baby will begin to show a preference for sweet flavors’ by swallowing more fluid when it is sweet, and less when it is bitter.

2: Eyes are open

Week 28 there might not be much to see in there, but baby will open his eyes sometime around.
He won’t be able to see much, but will start reacting to light during the second trimester. Experts have observed developing babies moving away from light.

3: Having A Wee

30 weeks pregnant babies will wee is not really amazing but it is fact. It will be everywhere, in your face. Even in your cup of tea (some little chaps have really good aim).In order to perfect the skills necessary for these hilarious (and oh-so-gross) pees, your babe better start practising now.Your baby will start producing urine. Amniotic fluid is swallowed, digested, filtered by the kidneys, and then urinated back into the uterus.

4: Breathing

Umbilical cord provides your baby with all of the oxygen he needs during pregnancy, but your baby is practising breathing for when he’s born.
At just nine weeks, he starts going through the motions, practising breathing and perfecting this necessary life skill. Baby’s first breath is triggered by the sudden change in both temperature and environment as he enters the world.
That’s why, if you choose to have a water birth, the pool water must be at body temperature when the baby is born. This delays the temperature change, and thus the first breath, until the baby is lifted out of the pool.
With the umbilical cord still attached, your baby will continue to get oxygen.

5: Smiling

The first few weeks of motherhood, your baby is willing to smile. You will be busy changing nappies, feeding and generally not sleeping, definitely you will find you baby smiling at you which mean you doing great. Fear not, because your developing baby could be practicing his winning smile this very moment from the comfort of your uterus. Using 4D scans, Week 26 as your baby developing in how he smiling ,you will discover your baby smiling in the womb.

6: Hiccupping

It will start as early as the first trimester, although you might not be able to feel them until much later in the pregnancy. Some women may never feel their baby hiccup, but for others it can be everyday in the second half of the pregnancy.


7: Babies May Cry in Womb


In a report published in the current issue of the Archives of Disease in Childhood . Researchers describe stumbling upon the finding while researching the effects of tobacco and cocaine on pregnancy for another purpose. Researchers observed the response of third-trimester fetuses of mothers who used cigarettes to a soft sound played on the mother’s abdomen. They found that several of the fetuses appeared to cry in response to the disruption.
One video clip shows a female fetus turning her head, opening her mouth, depressing her tongue. Also letting out a single short breath followed by a deep inhalation and exhalation in response to the sound.


Why do babies cry in the womb?

Experts shows that fetuses may learn to express their displeasure by crying silently while still in the 28th week . Researchers say the results show that crying may represent a fifth, previously unknown behavioural state for human fetuses. Previously recognised behaviours in unborn fetuses include quiet sleep, active state, quiet awake, and active awake.


Mother’s heart will be broken, while you hearing your baby cry

There’s a chance your baby could be crying silently in your womb very minute. By ultrasound technology, experts were able to identify the sort of crying in the womb. Crying is communication method from the womb, and it’s one they need to perfect before they enter the world.Talking to baby in womb during pregnancy.From about 23 weeks she can enjoying the daily soundtrack of your heartbeat from 23 weeks on pregnancy time and the growling of your hungry tummy. Babies are also start to hear sounds from the outside. Hearing your


8:   baby can hear in womb


23 weeks of pregnancy, babies can hear what is around but it is actually starts a lot earlier this around the first 6 weeks of pregnancy period
Week 9 of pregnancy, the beginnings of ears are forming so babies can recognise voices around. Connection between brain and ears starting in week 16 which allows them processing sound. This takes a few more weeks, but  enough to recognise different sounds from within body and outside the womb.
As a surprise for mothers to be, your baby’s hearing develops enough by around 23 weeks of pregnancy 23.

Can your baby hear you at 12 weeks?

23 weeks she can enjoy the daily soundtrack of heartbeat and the growling of hungry tummy. She’ll also start to recognise sounds from the outside. Hearing mother’s sound while babies still in the womb helps babies feel attached to mothers once they born.


What  baby in womb does all day ?

If you or your partner is pregnant, you might be curious about what that little guy or gal you’re anxiously awaiting is doing to pass the time (other than those 3 AM karate practice sessions and dance parties, of course!) Today, we’re going to check out a little more about what life is like for the sweet little person growing inside you. mothers might be surprised at everything baby’s doing in there!


Daily movements  for baby in womb


You never thought this much about someone you’ve never met.  Time you’ll actually get to see what your baby is doing in there will only amount to minutes at most. Expert can tell you all about what that person growing inside you is up to. You will find your baby doing it all day long like make mothers  hungry, hearing what you hear ,Hic-Hic,kicks, thumps up ,snooze, dreaming, twisting.


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