Your baby development before birth

Your baby development before birth

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Your baby development before birth
Posted in 2012

You don’t need to wait until your baby is born to bond with them. Pregnancy can be the perfect time to start forming an attachment with your baby, which is very important for their development once your baby has actually arrived.
What might babies experience in the womb?
At around week of 18 of your pregnancy, your baby will begin to hear the sounds of your body, such as your heartbeat and your stomach rumbling. At 26 weeks, a baby may react to noises both inside and outside the mother’s body, and may be soothed by the sound of her voice.
The outside noise your baby hears inside the uterus is about half the volume we hear. However, unborn babies may still startle and cry if exposed to a sudden loud noise.
Language development
,After 32 weeks your baby may start to recognize certain vowel sounds from your language. Some research suggests that very early language development may begin before birth.
As well as remembering certain sounds from their mother’s language, babies may remember certain music played to them in the womb.
Unborn babies’ retinas are developed at 20 weeks, and they open their eyes and can see light from 22 weeks. However, babies’ eyes continue to develop after they are born.
After around 18 weeks, babies like to sleep in the womb while their mother is awake, since movement can rock them to sleep. They can feel pain at 22 weeks, and at 26 weeks they can move in response to a hand being rubbed on the mother’s belly.
My advise
While you might think of  child development as something that begins during infancy, the prenatal period is also considered an important part of the developmental process. Prenatal development is a time of remarkable change that helps set the stage for future psychological  development. The brain develops over the course of the prenatal period, but it will continue to go through more changes during the early years of childhood
2...  Let's take a closer look at the major stages and events that take place during the prenatal period of development. The process of prenatal development occurs in three main stages.
3...   The first two weeks after conception are known as the germinal stage, the third through the eighth week is known as the embryonic period, and the time from the ninth week until birth is known as the fetal period.
4..... The germinal stage begins at conception when the sperm and egg cell unite in one of the two fallopian tubes. The fertilized egg, known as a zygote, then moves toward the uterus, a journey that can take up to a week to complete. Cell division begins approximately 24 to 36 hours after conception.
5...   As the cells multiply, they will also separate into two distinctive masses: the outer cells will eventually become the placenta while the inner cells will form the embryo. 
Cell division continues at a rapid rate and the cells then develop into what is known as a blastocyst. The blastocyst is made up of three layers ....
a....  The ectoderm (which will become the skin and nervous system)
b....  The endoderm (which will become the digestive and respiratory systems)
c...    The mesoderm (which will become the muscle and skeletal systems).
6....   You can develop all senses organs of your unborn child with sufficient Oxygen. You have to control your body consumption of oxygen. It is only possible with your healthy food. 
7.... Every part of your child body needs sufficient oxygen, water and nutrient food.  Supply all to your child as needed to avoid birth defects.
8...   So take care of your food to avoid birth defects like dumb, duff etc...
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