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Your baby is as long as an ear of corn. Her nostrils are opening now for "practice breathing"; she'll go through the same motions of real breathing but inhale amniotic fluid instead of air.

Your baby is as big as a sweet potato. His brain and hearing are more developed this week, and he's beginning to recognize your voice.

Find out what's going on with her as well as how to tame junk food cravings.


Your baby is as long as a carrot, and his skin now responds to touch. If you put pressure on your belly, he'll move away or push back.


Your baby is the size of a papaya. Her lungs are developing rapidly, and they will begin making a protein called surfactant, which will help her breathe independently once she's born.


Learn what is happening with your baby's development in week 19 and what signs of trouble to watch for.

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