His arms and legs are now in proportion and he’ll be laying down an insulating layer of fat. Vernix
– a waxy substance that protects your baby from amniotic fluid – will start to cover his body. Fingernails and toenails are also developing.
A baby bump should start to become noticeable as your uterus moves up above the navel. Some women get pigmentation spots, known as chloasma, on their face. Don’t worry, these usually disappear within 12 weeks of giving birth.
YOUR BABY’S EYELIDS ARE WELL DEVELOPED HIS EARS HAVE FORMED THERE’S A COVERING OF WAXY VERNIX