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The months are really starting to roll by fast now. And… *Sounds the foetus/fruit comparison klaxon* your baby is the size of a banana this week! Try to keep that banana image in mind when you’re in the second stage of labour, won’t you? Positivity is key.
Your baby’s eyelids and eyebrows are fully developed by this week. So she could give you a pretty successful side-eye, or raise an eyebrow in disbelief. Life skills we all need. She might even raise an eyebrow at the lunch menu you’re providing. Yep, it’s becoming a veritable gourmet feast in there. Your baby can taste some of the foods you eat now through the amniotic fluid and is practising her digestion, too.
So if you have high hopes of having a toddler with a middle class diet you can be proud of, now’s the time to start on the chia seed butter and pomegranate juice. With enough practice in utero, you too could be the proud mother of a 14-month-old that points and lisps: ‘Gazpacho, Mummy’ in Waitrose.
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