14 weeks pregnant
Make a fist – that's how big your baby is now. Like you, your baby can make a fist too, with fingers that have a unique set of prints; an epidermal layer in the skin shows genetically determined ridges on the tips and palms. In the next eight weeks, the bones throughout the body will harden as calcium gets deposited, so drink plenty of skim milk. Your baby’s neck is now getting longer too, which means the chin doesn't have to rest on its chest anymore.