Your Baby Is Almost Here: Week 35 of Pregnancy to Birth
At long last, you're about to meet your son or daughter! Watch the miraculous journey your baby will go through as he (or she) exits your uterus and enters the world.is busy opening or dilating so that she can past through the birth canal . She's been cramped in your uterus for the last couple of months, but that's nothing compared to the tight squeeze ahead. Once you start having contractions and going to labor, the walls around her will tighten and your cervix will dilate around her head. The bones in her skull aren't fuse together yet so they can move and make her passage out a little easier. The warm comforting amniotic fluid bath that had surrounded her for the last 9 months will slowly leak out once your water breaks. With every contraction her head is forced against your cervix. After her head passes your cervix and enters your birth canal , she begins to make twisting movements to help her navigate through your vaginal canal. She starts out facing left or right but most eventually turn face down or sometimes face up as she moves toward the vaginal opening. Your last push expels her from your birth canal . She'll be attached to you until your doctor or partner cuts the umbilical cord as she takes her first breath of air. She might start to cry. Congratulations Mom, it's time to finally meet your baby.
Baby Sign Language: Alphabet
-This is how we sign the alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z. Now, I know my A,B, C, next time won't you sing with and sign with me.
Baby Development: Age 6 Weeks
A 6 week old baby should spend short periods of time lying on his stomach, several times a day.This will strengthen the muscles in a baby’s stomach, neck, back, shoulder and seat. Having strong muscles will be important when a child is learning to crawl and to walk.
Baby Development: Age 6 Months
To help your baby’s development, talk to and smile at to your baby often.development, talk to and smile at your baby often. Singing and repeating nursery rhymes are good ways to interact with your baby. These interactions will help your baby to understand speech and encourage her to start
Development Milestones: Age 6 Weeks
Learn what to expect from your baby at 6 weeks. See the physical, intellectual and emotional milestones your little one may be reaching and learn how to encourage your baby's development.lift his head for short periods of time. Ryan is making good eye contact with the nurse and we can see that his eyes are able to follow a toy. When Ryan is lying on his back, he lies with his head to one side. 6-week old infants will only be able to keep their head in the central position for short periods of time. The nurse is showing that Ryan's newborn reflexes are still intact. They will disappear after 4 to
Baby Development: Age 12 Months
-Make sure that your child is near stable furniture when he is pulling himself up. Remove all furniture they can tip over and give your child plenty of room to romp around. Help your child practice walking by holding his hands and telling him what to do. Once standing, it's difficult for your child
Development Milestones: Age12 Months
Watch a one year old baby begin to master physical development milestones, such as sitting, standing, walking and playing.prefers crawling, not creeping. Nate can easily pull himself up to a standing position and is also now able to stand on his toes. He can bring toys on a table down to the floor. You
Development Milestones: Age 8 Months
A baby at 8 months old is always on the move. At this age your child should be able to turn onto his stomach and grasp a toy, all in one single movement.
Development Milestones: Age 9 Months
Watch a nine month old baby conquer development milestone, such as clapping his hands and sitting up without support.leaning forward. Soon, he will be able to, while sitting, turn his upper body so that he also can reach objects behind his back without falling. Now that he's managed to sit up, the next major
Development Milestones: Age 11 Months
Nate is 11 months old and ready to explore the world from an upright position. Watch Nate as he comes crawling with a toy in his hand. He sits and pulls himself to a standing position by using the chair in front of him. He has his full weight upon his legs while supporting his body with 1 arm onis 11 months old and ready to explore the world from an upright position . Watch Nate as he comes crawling with a toy in his hand. He sits and pulls himself to a standing position by using the chair in front of him. He has his full weight upon his legs while supporting his body with 1