28 Weeks Pregnant and Counting!


I am 28 weeks and 5 days pregnant. I haven’t been to the doctor the whole month of June because I couldn’t find time to visit. I have been busy taking care of my children and coping up with my household chores and online tasks.

28 Weeks Pregnant

Anyway, according to, this is the latest development of my baby Bella inside my tummy:

* The fetus has its own regular intervals for sleeping and being awake.
* The weight has increased to 1000 grams and is 37.5cm in length.
* 2.2 pounds weight and is 14.8 inches in length from head to heel.
* The feet are just over 2 inches (5.5cm) long.
* The hair on the head is now clearly visible.
* The milk teeth have developed under the gums.
* The eyes are starting to move in their sockets.

“Brain waves show rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which means your baby may be dreaming. Eyelids are opening. Eye color may change within the first six months of life especially if your baby’s eyes are blue or gray-blue at birth. Remember to talk to your baby often; reading stories, singing songs has been seen to slow the baby’s heart rate. He or she can recognize your voice now and will often calm to it later after birth.

Your uterus will be about 3 inches (7cm) above your bellybutton. During this time of your pregnancy, your belly will grow about half an inch (1cm) each week. If you have been following a nutritious, balanced meal plan, your total weight gain is probably between 17 and 24 pounds (7.5 and 10.5 Kg).

Branches of lungs are quite developed now, so there is a good chance that baby would survive if born prematurely now. If your baby is born this week, the chances of survival are now at least 90 percent. However, some complications are still possible.”

Oh well, I am kind of excited because I have 80 days to go till I give birth. For short, that makes exactly two months of waiting! And I can feel that she is excited also because she kicks frequently and is awake most of the time. I just hope she wouldn’t be when she’s out! 😀

Lifestyle Mommy Blogger and Virtual Assistant from Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. Aside from doing product reviews and events coverage, she blogs about solo parenting, homeschooling, and things in between.


  • jona

    being pregnant is a mixed emotions. sometimes you’re up sometimes you’re down. my downtimes consisted mostly of the physical pains during the last semester of pregnancy. godbless you! a baby is always a gift and a blessing. take care!

    oops! i have a friendship chain waiting for your link pls join us


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