Sunday, December 31, 2017

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

I went in for my regular doctors appointment at 35 weeks and 6 days pregnant. Due to having high blood pressure i was sent to the hospital. My doctor gave instructions to keep me under surveillance at the hospital for another 2 weeks, until i reached at Least full term (37 weeks). At the hospital i was monitored for a day and my blood pressure would not drop so i had to have my labor induced.
On Dec 15, i was induced. On December 16, 2016, (my uncle's birthday) i was giving birth to YouRoyalBaby, after just 3 pushes! He weighed 5 lbs 12 oz at birth, pretty big for a baby his age. He was healthy and able to breathe on his own. He did have a little jaundice and had to stay under the bili-light for a couple days, but we were able to go home together after 4 days of being born. He is still considered a preemie, so i guess on January 20th, his due date, he'll be the size of a full term newborn 6-8lbs. Here's some more pictures of Young Tino CLICK HERE

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

32 Weeks: 8 Months Pregnant

Today i went in for my 4th ultrasound to check on the growing baby. And am now having to be seen my the sonographer on the weekly basis. I actually had 3 doctors appointments today, including one for big sister Sage who is now 10 years old, and 2 for me.
At my doctors appointment my blood pressure was kinda high, the midwife continued to check my pressure back to back until it showed lower signs.
Now at 32 weeks and 6 days pregnant im scheduled to be seen every 2 weeks by my doctor now that the delivery date is approaching.
At my second appointment (at the ultrasound office) which was 3 hours later, my blood pressure still tested higher than normal. Instead of denying the high level like my midwife did, i was retested about 30 minutes later, after the ultrasound was completed, and my blood pressure was still showing as too high. So now im being treated for high blood pressure as well as gestational diabetes! Not to mention the carpal tunnel syndrome!
This will in fact be my last pregnancy! At 34 years old with these pregnancy conditions? I'm not risking it again.

The baby was awake! And nibbling on his hand. He was said to be laughing or smiling according to the sonographer. Which i couldnt really tell. But i did see his cheeks as if he were smiling. I was also able to see him chewing on his hand, which was pretty cool to watch the activity going on inside of my belly. He weighs almost 5 lbs! 4lbs, 11oz. So he's just right as far as size goes, and not overweight at all. Which is more than i can say for myself. Today i weighed in @ 224 lbs! My last pregnancy my total weight was 170lbs! Which i though was pretty hefty even then!


Facts:

Your baby will probably surpass the 4 lb mark this week, and is pretty much as tall as he or she will be at the birth. The lungs are continuing to develop and your baby is busy practicing for taking those first breaths very soon.
Your baby's brain is hugely advanced already, and by now your voice, and other voices around your baby will be very familiar and recognizable to him or her. The brain is also busy taking in everything there is to see, as your baby's eyes are open constantly during the waking hours now. Granted, there's not much to see in there, but it's all preparation for life outside of the womb.
Once again, your baby's bones go through yet another hardening phase around now, helping your baby with posture and strength and, of course, acting as a vital method of protection outside of the uterus. Your baby's skull will remain soft which helps it squeeze through the birth canal without doing too much damage to either of you. Known informally as the "soft spot", this part of the body doesn't actually firm up until early adulthood!
Your baby knows there's not long left now before he or she is essentially fending for themselves, and they're making the most of the nutrients and vitamins they get from your placenta. Around now your baby should start to store iron, and they'll be born with enough reserve incase they don't receive enough through breastmilk or infant formula. It's important to keep your iron intake up at this point, and consider taking supplements if necessary (always check with your Midwife or Doctor first!).


Friday, November 24, 2017

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

One day after Thanksgiving and i had to make a trip to the hospital. My right hand and fingers has been numb consistently for over a week. I made the trip to the Emergency Room after nothing i tried at home worked. I thought i was gonna be there all day but 3 hours wasnt so bad. The doctor told me i have what is called 'Pregnancy Carpal Tunnel Syndrome' which is fairly normal during pregnancy and no one really knows why. I was given a hand brace and was told to only take Tylenol for pain relief, and NOT NSAIDs as suggested online.

Im currently 32 weeks pregnant. Time is just flying by. Ive started doing some work from home that requires me to type so this is very interesting that my right hand is now in a brace restricting me from using it as normal.

The baby is moving around alot when he's awake. More sluggishly, probably due to having less space. I also think ive changed the name.. I think i'll name him 'Gage' instead of 'Tino'. Ive been scheduled to have another ultrasound! This will be the 4th, due to my diagnosis of having 'Gestational Diabetes'. They want to make sure the baby isnt growing Too large. ON November 28th, i will get to see Baby Gage yet again. I dont want to have a baby over 7lbs. If he is growing too big, i will have to have my labor induced and have him sooner than expected. After all he is practically a fully developed baby at this point anyway.

Facts:

At 19 inches and coming up to 4 lbs in weight, your baby and your uterus have well and truly taken over your torso! Your stomach's squashed, your bladder's squished, and there's more of that to come! Try to embrace it. Remember, if your baby doubles his or her weight between now and D-Day, he or she will be more than prepared to enjoy life outside your womb.
Around now, your baby should be figuring out the position he or she is most comfortable in, and fortunately the position most babies choose is the optimal birthing position. That is, head down and ready to descend through the pelvis, and bum up in the air, preferably against the front of the stomach. Your Midwife will check this position at any antenatal appointments you have from now on.
If your baby has his or her bum towards your back, you'll still be able to have a natural birth, although any contractions you feel may be in your back rather than your stomach. This is known as a "back-to-back" birth and is renowned as being particularly painful, but it's no more dangerous for you or your baby. In some cases, Midwives may try and encourage Baby to spin around just to make things easier for you when the times comes.
If your baby is more comfortable with his head up and bum down, don't worry. It's known as the breech position and sometimes it's easier for breech babies to be born via caesarean section. However, as big as your baby may seem now, he or she is still small enough to turn over in your uterus. Your Midwife may give you some exercises to try that could encourage naughty Baby to flip.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

30 Weeks Pregnant- Gestational Diabetes

So.. Im 30 weeks pregnant now! Just 10 more weeks to go! Though im sure it may be sooner since ive never went full term. At my last doctors appointment i had my second glucose test because my first indicated i had high sugar levels. Unfortunately, so did the second one. I got the results on yesterday that i have Gestational Diabetes. I thought i was an overall healthy eater, but i have been craving soda like crazy recently. Although im not surprised of the diagnosis, because i had GB during my previous pregnancies. I havent had any symptoms, besides my right hands fingers being numb and tingling. I thought it was due to pregnancy, but may be in fact from GB!

The baby was said to be smaller than average babies at this stage during my last ultrasound, but i have been scheduled to undergo yet another ultrasound on Nov 28, to make sure the baby isnt growing too large. It has been picking up weight. Its been getting more difficult to walk and stand by the day. I can feel the pressure. The baby is definitely growing fast at this point, but i dont think its larger than normal. 


Facts:

Baby is very close to his or her delivery length now and shouldn't get too much longer before the birth, which is great news for your cramped uterus. On the other hand, your baby still has quite a bit of weight to put on, so don't think your ever increasing waistline stops here! Baby now weighs around about 3 lbs and is preparing for the next big growth spurt.
Baby is still getting all of the essential nutrients for growth from you via the placenta, and with this growth spurt on the horizon he or she will be going to town on your supplies. All these nutrients are going to help Baby put on even more layers of fat and as this happens the skin continues to smooth out giving that totally delicious "soft baby skin" feel!
As you'll know, growing a baby is hard work, and it's even harder being the one doing the growing! You may notice your baby having longer or more structured nap times now as he or she summons the energy to do all this growing. You may also notice that when Baby's awake they certainly make your aware of it! Now's a good time to start tracking your baby's movements.
Your baby is practically perfect at this point. He or she has hair covering the head and eyebrows, finger and toenails, and limbs and organs all in the right places. Of course, the brain is developing all the time, and your baby's senses are heightening constantly, but the only further development that is important before birth is of the lungs.


Monday, October 30, 2017

3rd Trimester

WOW! Im 28 weeks pregnant. Time has flew by! Im now in the 3rd trimester! The baby is getting bigger, and i can feel the difference. The movements are felt all over and are more smoother and aggressive! The baby does seem to have a sleep pattern and moves to the sound of my voice. I have been having some backaches so ive started stretching and trying pregnancy yoga. It does help. Im still suffering alot from acid-reflex! Even more than i remember having in the previous pregnancy. I also have started shopping for baby clothes. Im not sure if im 6 or 7 months but its definitely time to start shopping now that im in the last trimester. Ive been drinking ALOT. Craving soda more than anything, and drinking lots of water and watermelon. I also make sure to take my prenatal vitamins everyday to insure the baby has all the nutrients it needs. Aside from vitamins, ive been taking tylenol for my backaches, it helps. Though i cant get much relief from the heartburn. Despite laying on my left side as recommended. I guess i've gotten in the nesting stage. Ive been cleaning like crazy, and i've even started bathing in the Johnson's baby bath myself! The scent makes me anxious and prepares me for the reality of soon having a baby. Here's the exercise video i tried today. I'll be doing these every night to prevent the back pains.



Facts  

The average baby weighs in at about 2.5 lbs at 29 weeks, although weights from 2 to 3 lbs are totally normal. You may not be scheduled for any more scans, but if you do have an ultrasound around now and you're given an estimated weight of your baby, you can expect that weight to triple before your due date. Don't worry if you're expecting a big baby, some Moms claim bigger babies are easier to birth!
Your baby's eyes are becoming more accustomed to their environment and although vision is still not perfect (well, there's not much to see in your uterus anyway!), the eyes are becoming much more aware of, and sensitive to, light. You'll probably notice big reactions to turning the lights on in a previously dark room (“Mom! I was sleeping in here!”).
Your baby's bones are still a little bit soft, and this week they'll start to harden more. This allows your baby's body to have a healthy structure and is also vital for protection against trips and falls (which there will be a lot of in the toddler years!). The vitamins needed for bone strengthening all come via the placenta.
Baby's lungs are still developing, but they're almost there. If your baby was to be born now, he or she could probably do quite a good job of breathing by themselves, although they would likely become tired and out of breath very quickly. A little medical assistance could help them out with that, but any intervention would be minimal.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

26 Weeks

Now at 26 pregnant weeks im having Lots of back pain! So i've started stretching and exercising, and it has helped me some. I'm also experiencing Extreme acid-reflux. Especially at bedtime. The baby is actively moving around and does not like the light. He's really active under the covers until they're removed, then he's still. Last night i let the baby to listen to classical music and he seemed to enjoy it. Ill try to make it a habit for bedtime.


Facts:

With the exception of some continuing development of the lungs and brain, your baby is pretty much perfect, although at just 2 lbs in weight and 14 inches in height, he or she could do with putting on a bit of fat before entering the big wide world, and that's exactly what's going on.
More and more layers of fat are forming on your baby's body (not even all those gymnastic routines are enough to compete with the nutrition gained from the placenta) which helps build strength and also helps to keep Baby warm. Babies are unable to regulate their body temperature properly until about 9 months of age, so you'll need to keep this in mind once your little one has arrived. Once your unborn baby has enough fat, the lanugo hair (and some vernix caseosa) will start to deteriorate, as it's no longer necessary.
Your baby's senses are going through some fine tuning, and the hearing and eyesight becomes much better, although they're still not a patch on what they'll be at a few months old (you'll be surprised at how quickly your baby can notice things you'd rather they didn't, such as the TV controller or your bowl of cereal!). Once your baby's born, their hearing might actually be a little worse than it is in utero, as orifices can become a bit clogged with amniotic fluid. This will clear out within a few days.
As your baby's lungs are developing, you'll probably be noticing more and more hiccups. You can usually tell the difference between movements and hiccups as movements are more severe and random, whereas hiccups are gentle and rhythmic. Have the video camera at the ready, it's amazing watching your stomach jump up and down!



Sunday, October 8, 2017

25 Weeks

Facts:

It's a big week for your baby this week as the eyes finally begin to open. Until now, the eyes have been fused shut and have been busy developing, but now they're ready to see the world. Unfortunately for your baby, he or she isn't met with much of a view in your uterus! However, your baby will be able to better sense light and dark, and may react to a torch shining on your belly. Once your baby arrives, his or her eyesight will be much the same as it is now, they won't be able to see much for a while, but may react to flashing lights and bold colors.
Your baby is continuing to put on weight, and grow in length, and is likely to weigh somewhere between 1.5 and 2 lbs, and measure roughly 14 inches from head to toe. He or she will be nicely curled up in there so will actually be taking up much less space than that, but to you they might seem massive! Your baby's lungs are perfecting their processes and, with assistance, your baby should be able to breathe if born now. It's best if he or she stays put for a while longer, though.
If you're having a baby boy, he goes through some rather manly changes this week as his testicles descend into the scrotum. The process takes a few days and is the final step towards development of the genetalia. If you're having a baby girl, all her bits and pieces will already be in place - after all, girls do tend to mature quicker than boys!

Friday, October 6, 2017

No More Worries!

Today i had my 3rd ultrasound done to check the position of the baby, along with the status of the 'Placenta Previa'. And today i received GREAT NEWS! The baby is no longer breech, and i dont have 'placenta previa' anymore! I can have a normal vaginal delivery!!!! The baby is expected to be born around 6lbs, currently weighing 1pound 10 ounces.. A little smaller than babies at this age but normal for my history.

 

Facts:

Your baby may surpass the 1.5 lb mark this week, and is measuring about 9 inches from head to bum, or 13 inches from head to toe. With most of the major organ development now complete, your baby's main activity is putting on weight so they're ready to take on the world once they're born.
Your baby's lungs continue to finalize the development process as tiny air sacs develop which will help with breathing. The presence of these air sacs, coupled with the nostrils opening up mean that your baby could breathe around now (which is why there's a good chance of your baby surviving even if born this early), but your baby won't take his or her first breath until arrival.
Up until now, your baby's head and eyebrow hair has been pure white, but as pigmentation changes at around 25 weeks your baby's hair will start to transform into the color it will be at birth. Babies can be born with any color hair, whether that be blonde, brunette or red, and will usually be similar to either your own hair or your partners. However, some babies can actually be born very fair but go on to have dark hair as a toddler, and vice versa!

Saturday, September 30, 2017

24 Weeks!!!

Im 24 weeks pregnant today! The fetus is now considered a BABY! It now has a 50% chance of living if born today! The baby has been moving and kicking, and i believe has a sleep pattern! If you touch my belly you can feel the kicks and jabs! For the past week ive been suffering from a tooth ache. Its been keeping me up at night despite the medication i received from my doctor. Ive had ALOT of heartburn. Maybe the baby will have lots of hair when born. On October 6, i have my 3rd ultrasound to see if the baby has turned or the partial placenta previa has moved to a safer location for delivery. I'm expecting good news; at least about the placenta previa. I can feel the kicks in my groin, so i know the baby is still positioned facing downwards, instead of upwards.

 Facts:

Your baby may have been through another growth spurt, and is now estimated to weigh up to 1.5 lbs and measure 8.5 inches from head to bottom. Physically, the way your baby is now is much the same as how your baby will be at birth. If you opt for a 3D scan, you'll be able to see all those tiny facial features that you'll recognize at the birth.
Your baby's skin is beginning to change about now. With the development of the blood vessels in the lungs and elsewhere in the body, the skin is now has a reddish/pinkish tint to it. This is the first step in the skin becoming opaque and much more like regular skin. Do you know what else makes your baby look more human? Nipples! The nipples form around now, on both boys and girls, although boys nipples are really just so they don't feel left out!
From 24 weeks onwards, a certain hormone present in the cord blood, Adiponectin, begins to increase, and levels are expected to be 20 times as much as they are now when your due date approaches. This hormone has many purposes, including anti inflammatory properties, but it's main function is to regulate your baby's growth. From now on, you can expect your baby to be putting on about half a pound each week in weight on average.

Monday, September 25, 2017

23 Weeks Pregnant

Im 23.3 weeks pregnant, and he's moving and kicking! The movements are strong now. There's no more fluttering. At 23 weeks Little Tino has a chance to survive if born early, but we can wait. He's actually moving around as i type. Next week October 6,  i get another ultrasound to see if he's turned any, or if the Partial Placenta Previa has moved to a safer position away from my uterus.

Facts:

Your baby may have been through another growth spurt, and is now estimated to weigh up to 1.5 lbs and measure 8.5 inches from head to bottom. Physically, the way your baby is now is much the same as how your baby will be at birth. If you opt for a 3D scan, you'll be able to see all those tiny facial features that you'll recognize at the birth.
Your baby's skin is beginning to change about now. With the development of the blood vessels in the lungs and elsewhere in the body, the skin is now has a reddish/pinkish tint to it. This is the first step in the skin becoming opaque and much more like regular skin. Do you know what else makes your baby look more human? Nipples! The nipples form around now, on both boys and girls, although boys nipples are really just so they don't feel left out!
From 24 weeks onwards, a certain hormone present in the cord blood, Adiponectin, begins to increase, and levels are expected to be 20 times as much as they are now when your due date approaches. This hormone has many purposes, including anti inflammatory properties, but it's main function is to regulate your baby's growth. From now on, you can expect your baby to be putting on about half a pound each week in weight on average.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Name Has Been Determined

The little Prince name will be 'Tino'.


Meaning
  1. sensibleness; intelligence; reasonableness; moral integrity; good sense of judgement

Portuguese  

Noun
tino m (plural tinos)
  1. common sense (the ability to make good judgements based on reason)
  2. tact (the power of doing what is required by circumstances)
  3. cautiousness, prudence

Spanish

Noun

tino m (uncountable)
  1. skill, ability
  2. good sense, judgement
  3. moderation, prudence
  4. tact, propriety

Urban Definition: A man that is dropdead amazing. good looking, great personality, any one who went out with him is lucky. a great piece of work.



Friday, September 15, 2017

22 wks pregnant

Im 22 weeks pregnant and the baby is moving more and more. So far he's breech, but chances are he will turn in time. I have been experiencing heartburn and backaches. Backaches occurring especially when im standing for an extended period of time. Ive already started diaper shopping. Around 6-7 months pregnant i'll begin clothes shopping.


Facts

Your baby has been doing more and more growing and now weighs about 1 whole pound! A full term baby will likely grow 6 to 8 times as big between now and the birth, so if you think your belly is massive now, you may be in for a shock! Your not-so-little one will also measure about 11 inches, having grown about an inch already since your ultrasound.
Although your baby's eyes are still fused shut, the combination of the eyes sensing light and the ears hearing sounds means Baby might be starting to differentiate day and night. Some babies pick up the habit of night sleeping while still in the womb, and may fall into a more established nighttime routine quicker than babies who don't, but that still doesn't mean you'll be getting your 8 hours beauty sleep I'm afraid. Newborns need feeding roughly every 3 hours, and usually won't be ready to sleep through the night until at least 6 months of age.
Your baby's ears are picking up more and more of the surrounding noise, and the most prominent sound will be the beating sound of your heart, and the muffled noises of the blood pumping through the placenta. Your baby will remember these sounds after the birth, and many babies can be soothed by being placed on Mom's chest above the heart, or by being subjected to white noise. It may seem odd, but you'll be surprised how quickly your baby settles to the sound of your washer or dryer!
Your baby still has plenty of room to move in the womb, so lots of acrobatics are normal. Your midwife may have a feel and a guess as to the baby's position and while the preferred position for birth is head down, your baby will likely still be in the head up, or "breech" position at this point. He or she still has plenty of time to flip over.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Partial Placenta Previa

The doctor was not in the office during the ultrasound, but just reviewed the exam and called to let me know i have placenta previa. The placenta is partially covering my cervix and a C-section may be required for delivery. (my worst fear) I have been asked to abstain from sexual intercourse and may be placed on bed rest. I have another ultrasound in 4 weeks to see if the placenta has moved.

Placenta Previa

The placenta is a structure that develops inside your uterus during pregnancy, providing oxygen and nutrition to and removing wastes from your baby. The placenta connects to your baby through the umbilical cord. In most pregnancies, the placenta attaches at the top or side of the uterus.
Placenta previa (pluh-SEN-tuh PREH-vee-uh) occurs when a baby's placenta partially or totally covers the mother's cervix — the outlet for the uterus. Placenta previa can cause severe bleeding during pregnancy and delivery.
If you have placenta previa, you might bleed throughout your pregnancy and during your delivery. Your health care provider will recommend avoiding activities that might cause contractions, including having sex, douching, using tampons, or engaging in activities that can increase your risk of bleeding, such as running, squatting, and jumping.
You'll need a C-section to deliver your baby if the placenta previa doesn't resolve.

Friday, September 8, 2017

IT'S A BOY!!!!

I just left the Ultrasound office. I weighed 203.6 lbs today. After almost missing this appointment again!, i was still able to be seen and found out we're having a BABY BOY!!!!! YAAAAHHH!!! :)
It currently weighs 14 oz and is approx. 21 weeks old. Due to be born on 1.20.18


FACTS:

Your baby has been doing more and more growing and now weighs about 1 whole pound! A full term baby will likely grow 6 to 8 times as big between now and the birth, so if you think your belly is massive now, you may be in for a shock! Your not-so-little one will also measure about 11 inches, having grown about an inch already since your ultrasound.
Although your baby's eyes are still fused shut, the combination of the eyes sensing light and the ears hearing sounds means Baby might be starting to differentiate day and night. Some babies pick up the habit of night sleeping while still in the womb, and may fall into a more established nighttime routine quicker than babies who don't, but that still doesn't mean you'll be getting your 8 hours beauty sleep I'm afraid. Newborns need feeding roughly every 3 hours, and usually won't be ready to sleep through the night until at least 6 months of age.
Your baby's ears are picking up more and more of the surrounding noise, and the most prominent sound will be the beating sound of your heart, and the muffled noises of the blood pumping through the placenta. Your baby will remember these sounds after the birth, and many babies can be soothed by being placed on Mom's chest above the heart, or by being subjected to white noise. It may seem odd, but you'll be surprised how quickly your baby settles to the sound of your washer or dryer!
Your baby still has plenty of room to move in the womb, so lots of acrobatics are normal. Your midwife may have a feel and a guess as to the baby's position and while the preferred position for birth is head down, your baby will likely still be in the head up, or "breech" position at this point. He or she still has plenty of time to flip over.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

21 Weeks Pregnant

Today i went to my regular doctors appointment. My original doctor Adams is back. He's been my doctor well over 10 years now. My next appointment is in 4 weeks, at which time i will be doing my glucose test which tests for gestational diabetes, i think. Today, I weighed in @ 201.8 lbs. The test results came back that tests for genetic disorders and abnormalities and they were negative! We're having a healthy baby!!! The baby has been moving more frequently and the kicks, punches, and twirls have gotten stronger! Tomorrow i go in for my second ultrasound, and will finally know the gender of the baby! :)

Facts:

Healthcare professionals will now liken your baby to a carrot or banana when giving you an indication of size. 10.5 inches is about average, and about 12.5 ounces. He or she has certainly done a lot of growing lately, but there's still much more to come.
This week, your baby's taste buds start to develop, and your baby can taste while in the womb! Much like how our diets influence bodily secretions (I'll say no more...!), what we eat can also change the taste of amniotic fluid. That may seem strange, but what's even more bizarre is that research has found a link between the taste experienced in utero and the dietary preferences of not only babies and toddlers but adults too!
With the rising obesity crisis, researchers are now suggesting that antenatal diet can help keep the new generations fit and healthy, and are starting to use the concept at motivation for Moms-to-be to eat well during their pregnancies.
Your baby will most likely have its own little routine now, consisting of sleep and play times. You may notice your baby is an early riser, waking you up in the mornings with a gymnastics display, and you might notice them have a little nap after lunch. Your baby is likely to continue with this routine after the birth, so if you've got a night owl on your hands you may want to make the most of your sleep now while you've got the chance!

Friday, September 1, 2017

20 Weeks Pregnant!

I'm 20 weeks pregnant! That's halfway there!!! I cant believe in 20 more weeks i'll be giving birth! On Friday i'm scheduled to have my second ultrasound. The first one was rescheduled and the next date is September 8th. The baby has been moving more often, not any stronger than i've felt the weeks before but more frequently for sure. On September 8th, i'll be 21 weeks weeks, and i will reveal the gender @ approx 11am EST.


Facts:

Once again, your baby has done some serious growing in the last week, and is now expected to weigh about 10.5 ounces. Based on your baby's measurements which will be taken during the scan (which should be about 6.5 inches from head to bottom, and then an extra 4 inches for the legs), your sonographer may be able to provide a more accurate weight.
Your baby is starting to swallow more and more of the amniotic fluid now, and the digestive system is working hard. This means that your baby's first "number 2" is bulking up. Known as meconium, this green/black sticky poop is likely to fill up your baby's first diaper nicely.
As the ultrasound will show, your baby is pretty much fully formed, and is just really putting on weight now ready for surviving in the outside world. The sonographer will be able to show you all the facial features, and they can be seen in such detail that the Doctor will be looking for evidence of a cleft lip or palate which may require surgery.
The sonographer will also be checking that all four chambers of the heart have formed and are functioning well, along with the kidneys and lungs. The size and shape of the brain will be looked at, along with the bones of the spine. The stomach and abdomen region is clearly visible, and the external limbs will be checked, although fingers and toes may be difficult to count because the pressure on your abdomen may mean Baby's squirming quite a bit!
The genetalia should be very evident, if you wanted to find out the sex. Some do, some don't. Your baby boy will have a developed penis and scrotum. Baby girls are more difficult to distinguish, so sonographers usually look for the absence of the penis, or for three lines that identify the vulva. Some babies are a bit camera shy and keep their bits well hidden, so you may not be able to find out if you're team pink or team blue until the birth.

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Boy or Girl?

Im 19 weeks pregnant. In just 12 days we find out if im pregnant with a Boy or Girl! On Friday, September 08, 2017 @ 11am EST, i will reveal the gender!

Facts:

Once again, your baby has done some serious growing in the last week, and is now expected to weigh about 10.5 ounces. Based on your baby's measurements which will be taken during the scan (which should be about 6.5 inches from head to bottom, and then an extra 4 inches for the legs), your sonographer may be able to provide a more accurate weight.
Your baby is starting to swallow more and more of the amniotic fluid now, and the digestive system is working hard. This means that your baby's first "number 2" is bulking up. Known as meconium, this green/black sticky poop is likely to fill up your baby's first diaper nicely.
As the ultrasound will show, your baby is pretty much fully formed, and is just really putting on weight now ready for surviving in the outside world. The sonographer will be able to show you all the facial features, and they can be seen in such detail that the Doctor will be looking for evidence of a cleft lip or palate which may require surgery.
The sonographer will also be checking that all four chambers of the heart have formed and are functioning well, along with the kidneys and lungs. The size and shape of the brain will be looked at, along with the bones of the spine. The stomach and abdomen region is clearly visible, and the external limbs will be checked, although fingers and toes may be difficult to count because the pressure on your abdomen may mean Baby's squirming quite a bit!
The genetalia should be very evident, if you wanted to find out the sex. Some do, some don't. Your baby boy will have a developed penis and scrotum. Baby girls are more difficult to distinguish, so sonographers usually look for the absence of the penis, or for three lines that identify the vulva. Some babies are a bit camera shy and keep their bits well hidden, so you may not be able to find out if you're team pink or team blue until the birth.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

19 Weeks Pregnant

I'm 19 weeks pregnant now! There's no new news or feelings for me to update. The ultrasound is coming up soon, this Tuesday! I'm so excited!

Facts:


Your baby has probably gone through a massive growth spurt in the last few weeks, and is now expected to weigh about 8.5 ounces, and measure about 6 or 7 inches from head to bottom (it's much easier to measure to the bum now as your baby has less space and is starting to curl up into a ball).
Around now your baby will start to develop vernix caseosa; a greasy, creamy, somewhat cheesy substance that coats the entire body and protects the skin from the amniotic fluid. Up until now, your baby has been fine floating in the fluid, but think about what happens when you have a bath. After an hour or two you start to look a bit like a prune, right? Well, think of what your baby would look like after a 40 week bath! The coating stops the skin from drying out and keeps it moisturized, but what many Moms don't know is that it actually does a lot more.
The vernix caseosa coating contains a protein that acts as a sort of topical antibiotic. This helps to protect your baby from disease both in and out of the womb as the natural antibiotic is absorbed by the skin, providing protection for your newborn in those first few weeks when they are most vulnerable to infection.
If your baby is born on time, there may be a little of this coating left on certain areas of the skin, although there shouldn't be too much and it's easy to clean off. If your baby comes early, they may be covered in much more of the substance, and if your baby arrives past your due date it should all have completely disappeared.
Your baby is practicing all manner of facial expressions now, especially opening and closing the mouth. If your baby is awake during your ultrasound you may see this happening, which can make them look a bit fish-like! You'll endure all sorts of bizarre expressions from your newborn, but should be rewarded with ear-to-ear grins from about 4 or 5 weeks of age!

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Ultrasound Date

Im 18 weeks pregnant now ! Today, i received my second ultrasound date. On August 29, i will be able to have another glimpse inside in belly and know the gender of the baby for once and for all! I can then begin shopping for the baby and if you'd like to purchase a few gifts, check out our registry!


Facts:

Your baby's about 5.5 inches from head to toe, although when you go for your ultrasound the sonographer may measure from head to bum, as it's much easier due to the curled up position your baby is in. Your newborn will remain in this shrimp-like position for a few weeks after the birth, until they realise they have room to spread themselves out.
Weighing in at about 6.5 ounces, your baby is getting heavier by the day. The main activity at the moment is putting on fat, as most of the major development is now complete. Adding fat and putting on weight keeps your baby nourished, healthy and warm. Once he or she has enough fat, the fine hair covering the body will start to vanish, as it's no longer required for warmth. The fat is also helping the skin to become more opaque, although at this point the blood vessels inside your baby can still easily be seen - that's if you could peek into your uterus, of course.
At 18 weeks, the sulci in the brain begin to form. These are the little indents that give the human brain its characteristically bumpy look. This happens at the back of the brain first, and is quickly followed by the front. Your baby's brain is controlling more and more of the activities in the womb, so there's almost no random movements any more. Your baby can even yawn at nap times!
Both girls and boys have testosterone, but by 18 weeks the difference in these hormone levels between boys and girls is noticeable. Your baby boy's body will have testosterone racing round, while your baby girl will have much less, but will have her ovaries and fallopian tubes in place.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

17 Weeks

Today i'm 17 weeks pregnant. I was seen by my new doctor, who i thought was just a physician assistant, but he's actually my new doctor! Which is kinda refreshing because i've had the same doctor for 10 years and was just too comfortable to get a new one. Which i needed. The baby's heartbeat is much stronger and louder, which is good. Today, i had blood work done to test for any abnormalities, i'll have those results at the next doctors visit which is in 4 weeks. Im waiting to receive the next ultrasound date which i was told would be within 2-3 weeks. Im so excited for the gender reveal so i can start shopping accordingly!


FACTS

Your baby measures a whopping 5 - 6 ounces now, and it may feel like he or she couldn't possibly get any bigger, but think again! As heavy as your belly feels now, it'll be even heavier by the time your due date arrives, as most babies are born between 6 and 8 lbs.
This week, your baby's soft cartilage starts to firm up and soon he or she will have hard bones which will help protect from damage from all those falls and tumbles that will happen during the toddling stage. The only area that doesn't harden completely before birth is the skull, which remains malleable in order to squeeze through the birth canal without causing too much damage to your private parts.
Your baby's brain is really starting to function well, and is controlling more and more of the body. Most actions are now deliberate, especially reaching and grabbing, and boy does that baby have a strong grip! You'll see this in your newborn when you put your finger to his or her hand and can't retract it for at least an hour! The heart is also regulated by the brain now, creating a steady beat that's roughly twice as fast as your own.
Sweat glands are starting to form all over the body, although there won't be any sweating going on in the womb. Sweating occurs as a way to cool the body, but the temperature inside your uterus remains pretty much constant and stable throughout the pregnancy so sweating simply isn't needed. Your baby will be producing fluids, though, as the amniotic fluid that's sucked in and swallowed is urinated back out.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Baby's Name

I have just decided on the baby's name. If its a boy, his name will be 'Prince', if its a girl, her name will be 'Royal'. The birthstone color for the baby is Garnet. Which is due to be born January 20, 2018. In just 3 weeks, i will find out in fact if its a Boy or a Girl. My next doctors visit is this Thursday, where i will receive the next ultrasound date to determine the gender of the 'Royal Baby'.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

16 Weeks

Today im 16 weeks pregnant. Nothing new for me to update. Just having mixed feelings about the overall pregnancy. Im still feeling flutters every now and then in the background of my belly, if that makes sense. Otherwise, there's nothing new to update besides the facts below.


FACTS 


Baby: What's Happening?

Your baby weighs in at about 3.5 ounces, and measures anywhere between 4 and 5 inches. He or she is growing rapidly and is preparing for one massive growth spurt over the coming weeks (make sure you've got a pair of maternity jeans at the ready!).
This growth spurt is when your baby finally becomes big enough that the jerky movements can really start to be felt. If your baby has gone through this growth spurt already, or if you've had a previous pregnancy, you might be able to start feeling "quickening" this week. Quickening is a term used to describe those first movements that you feel. They don't exactly feel like kicks or punches, but more like butterflies or gas! Don't worry if you don't feel anything yet, your baby might not have this growth spurt until 20 weeks or so.
The most lovely change that happens in week 16 is that your baby's ears start to function now that they've settled into their final position on the sides of the head. This means your baby will be able to hear your voice! It's thought that babies can recognise voices at birth that they've heard frequently throughout the pregnancy, so if you and your partner get into the habit of including Baby in your conversations (as weird as it may seem!) your voices could provide some much needed comfort to your infant. You may even notice that your baby moves in the womb as a reaction to your voice!

You: What's Happening?

You'll be putting on weight quite quickly now, and your belly might seem to be doubling in size overnight. If you're usually quite slim, this sudden rounding out can cause a bit of anxiety, but it's completely normal, and completely healthy, to be putting weight on. In fact, it's absolutely essential for both you and your baby. Throughout your second trimester you should aim to put on between 12 and 14 lbs.
As your baby is growing and squashing your internal organs, you could find that you're getting out of breath just doing everyday tasks such as walking to the bus stop or sorting the laundry. This can also make exercising somewhat challenging. Remember to take things easy and perhaps swap your morning jog for some antenatal yoga or an aquanatal class.
The increasing weight of your baby might start to put some pressure on your back as you struggle to stay up straight! You may notice some pain in your hips and knees, too. Unfortunately, there's no magical cure, but staying off your feet as much as possible can help. Easier said than done, right? Especially if you already have a toddler running around at home!

Handy Hints

If you're a smoker who's still enjoying a few cigarettes each day, you might be thinking that it's pointless giving up now. Not true! Studies have found that women who quit earlier than 17 weeks of pregnancy are likely to give birth to babies of a similar weight as non-smokers, so there's still time to make a change if you want to.
While smokers who continue with the habit past 17 weeks generally have babies with lower birth weights, it's still beneficial to quit before the birth, so even if you have the intention of giving up but don't manage it this week, try again a bit later. Babies with low birth rates may need medical attention which can be a scary time. Not smoking can greatly reduce this risk.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Movements @ 15wks

38% of your pregnancy is completed.

I'm 15 weeks pregnant and i have recognized baby movements! Far and few but i have felt some twitches. I actually began feeling them last week but i wasn't sure if they were in fact the baby, but im guessing they were! This week, me and the baby went to Sea World Orlando, and Adventure Island Tampa. On yesterday 7/27/17 i felt the baby move while on vacation! Being aware at that moment made me realize what those other movements were that i'd felt the week before. Very light flutters and some singular kicks. :)

http://www.yourduedate.com/report/conception/2017/04/29/#baby_status 


 FACTS:

 

Your baby has done some impressive growing over the last couple of weeks. He or she now weighs about 2.5 ounces and measures roughly 4 inches, or just over 10 cm. Your baby looks exactly like a tiny human now, although the skin is still very thin and translucent. This will thicken and become opaque by the time you're scheduled to give birth, although if you have your baby early the skin will still be extremely delicate.
The big change for your baby this week is that they can "see" light. Although the eyelids remain fused shut, bright lights can be sensed, much like if you have your eyes shut and someone switches a lamp on; you can't exactly see the light, you're aware that its there. Shining a torch on your belly can cause your baby to try and find a dark hiding spot. It's a fun game for Mom & Dad, but try not to annoy your baby too much!
You probably still won't be feeling movement or, if you are, you may not recognise what it is. Many women report feeling butterflies or a rippling sensation at first. You may, however, be feeling your baby's hiccups. As your baby is swallowing large amounts of amniotic fluid which helps the lungs to develop, he or she will be hiccuping a lot. This continues for a while after the birth, too, as the respiratory system matures.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

14 Weeks Pregnant

I'm 14 weeks pregnant, and most of the morning sickness has gone away. I'm feeling back to normal but i have started getting really intense headaches and heartburn. My stomach is showing now and im not as hungry as i was in the first trimester.


Facts: 
If you could have a peek inside your uterus at this time you'll see your baby making all manner of funny facial expressions. With the brain now allowing for lots more deliberate movements, your baby is figuring out how to control the muscles in the face and is squinting, frowning and even pouting. No smiling yet though, that won't happen until around 4 or 5 weeks after the birth, and it's definitely worth noting in your baby journal!
Your baby's sex organs are becoming more obvious and the difference between boys and girls is much more apparent. Although it's still very early, and you probably won't have a chance to find out your baby's gender until your next scan at around 20 weeks, the chance of successfully determining the sex of a fetus increases from 46% at 11 weeks of pregnancy, to 90% at 14 weeks gestation.
Your baby has been swallowing amniotic fluid and urinating for the past couple of weeks, but now the intestines are producing meconium which will form your baby's first bowel movement. Unlike normal baby poops which are usually quite soft and range from bright yellow to dark brown in color, meconium is a green, sticky, tar-like substance that's very difficult to clean up off of those newborn baby butt cheeks!
The lanugo covering your baby's skin starts to get thicker now, and hair also starts to grow on the head and eyebrows. While some babies are born with a full head of hair, others are born almost bald. In some cases, even babies born with long and thick hair can become bald within the first few months after birth, and the new hair might be an entirely different color and texture to what it was before. It's not clear why some babies are hairier than others, but an old wives tale suggests that you'll experience heartburn if you're carrying a hairy baby!

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Im In The Second Trimester Now!

Today, im 13 weeks pregnant! 3 months! I visited the doctor today for my monthly check up and the baby is doing fine. Heartbeat strong, and so are the kicks which i still cant feel but i could hear the commotion through the stethoscope. 



Facts: 

Your baby will be measuring around 3 inches long at this point, or about 7.5 cm. Bizarrely, the majority of this is made up of your baby's head! The body is growing rapidly now, though, and will soon catch up, making your baby look far more proportional.
The big change with your baby this week is that a completely unique set of fingerprints have formed, meaning your little one now has it's first real distinguishing features. Fingerprints are, of course, just the first of many aspects that will give your baby his or her own identity.
Your baby's vocal cords are developing around now, and while they won't be used for speaking words for quite some time, they will probably be exercised quite frequently in the first few months after the birth! Many new Moms worry about their babies screaming in public, but keep in mind that it's completely normal for your baby to cry, it's his or her only form of communication! Your baby will not be the first to moan on the bus, nor the last!
Your baby's ankles and wrists will form this week, so all the joints should now be in full working order. Your baby is starting to make some deliberate movements with them, but mostly he or she will still be a bit of a jumping bean, making rather fast and jerky actions. It's still a bit early to be feeling this, but you should do within the next couple of weeks.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

First Heartbeat Scan

Baby's First Heartbeat Scan from royal baby on Vimeo.


Today, the baby is 12 weeks 1 day old. I had some concerns because of my vacation to Mexico. I decided to go zip lining across the ocean while on vacation. But all is well. Today i listened to the baby's heartbeat for the first time. While listening, the baby kicked or punched a couple times the doctor brought to my attention. It sounded like thumps and swooshes. That was a relief. This actually wasn't a regular visit. I went to check on the HCG levels because of my worries about zip lining when i was 7 weeks at time. But the heartbeat was sufficient for the associate doctor and the HCG levels were ok. Consistent with a 5-8wk fetus. which i was 8 weeks when i took the test. (8wks 6 days). So im kinda thinking its a boy since the levels are slightly lower. My official doctor visit is next week. My actual doctor wasnt in the office today,  so i was seen today by an associate physician.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

IM PREGNANT!

On Mother's Day (May 14, 2017) i found out i was pregnant! 

Monday, July 3, 2017

My First Ultrasound

  royal baby's first ultrasound from royal baby on Vimeo.

Due Date Calculator

Based on a likely conception date of April 29, 2017:
Your baby's estimated due date is on or around Saturday, January 20, 2018

  • Conception likely took place on April 29, 2017.
  • The baby will be born during winter time.
  • You are in the first trimester.
  • The first trimester began on April 15, 2017.
  • The second trimester (weeks 13-27) begins on July 15, 2017.
  • The third trimester (weeks 28-40) begins on October 28, 2017.
  • Your safe range to give birth: December 30, 2017 to February 03, 2018 (full term).
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What else is in this report?

Baby Status

Crown to Rump Length Weight Heart Rate Total Heartbeats
4.57 inches
11.6 cm
3.53 ounces
100 grams
110-180 bpm 14,363,352 beats
since conception

Multiples - Due Dates by Average Gestation

Twins Triplets Quads
December 30, 2017
37 weeks
December 02, 2017
33 weeks
November 25, 2017
32 weeks

Trimester Stages

Type Second Trimester Third Trimester
By Development July 15, 2017 October 28, 2017
By Gestation July 17, 2017 October 18, 2017
By Conception July 27, 2017 October 24, 2017

Significant Milestones in Embryo/Fetal Development

Description Date Week
Your baby is conceived April 29, 2017 Week 2
Positive pregnancy test May 13, 2017 Week 4
Organs begin to form, heart starts beating May 20, 2017 Week 5
Major organs have formed, heart can be heard June 24, 2017 Week 10
Second trimester, risk of miscarriage decreases July 08, 2017 Week 12
Now is a good time to announce your pregnancy July 22, 2017 Week 14
Your baby can now see light July 29, 2017 Week 15
Your baby's gender is visible on ultrasound August 05, 2017 Week 16
You can feel your baby move around August 19, 2017 Week 18
Your baby can now hear sounds August 26, 2017 Week 19
Premature babies have a chance to survive September 23, 2017 Week 23
Third trimester, your baby can breathe October 21, 2017 Week 27
Fingernails and toenails have formed November 25, 2017 Week 32
Your baby is now considered full term December 30, 2017 Week 37
Your baby is due any time now! January 20, 2018 Week 40
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Weekly Development Progress

Your baby weighs in at about 3.5 ounces, and measures anywhere between 4 and 5 inches. He or she is growing rapidly and is preparing for one massive growth spurt over the coming weeks (make sure you've got a pair of maternity jeans at the ready!).
This growth spurt is when your baby finally becomes big enough that the jerky movements can really start to be felt. If your baby has gone through this growth spurt already, or if you've had a previous pregnancy, you might be able to start feeling "quickening" this week. Quickening is a term used to describe those first movements that you feel. They don't exactly feel like kicks or punches, but more like butterflies or gas! Don't worry if you don't feel anything yet, your baby might not have this growth spurt until 20 weeks or so.
The most lovely change that happens in week 16 is that your baby's ears start to function now that they've settled into their final position on the sides of the head. This means your baby will be able to hear your voice! It's thought that babies can recognise voices at birth that they've heard frequently throughout the pregnancy, so if you and your partner get into the habit of including Baby in your conversations (as weird as it may seem!) your voices could provide some much needed comfort to your infant. You may even notice that your baby moves in the womb as a reaction to your voice!
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Weekly Development Videos

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Ultrasound Videos

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Prenatal Testing Dates

Test From To
Blood/Urine Test First Prenatal Exam -
Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS) June 24, 2017 July 15, 2017
First Trimester Screen July 01, 2017 July 15, 2017
Amniocentesis July 22, 2017 September 02, 2017
Cordocentesis August 12, 2017 -
Quad Screen August 05, 2017 August 19, 2017
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Imagine, your baby will:

  • Start potty training around july 2019 (18 months).
  • Start kindergarten in 2023 (5 to 6 years).
  • Loose a first baby tooth in 2024 (6 to 7 years).
  • Speak fluently in 2024 (6 years).
  • Start middle school in 2027 (9 to 10 years).
  • Become a teenager in 2031 (13 years).
  • Start high school in 2032 (14 to 15 years).
  • Be old enough to drive in 2034 (16 years).
  • Reach adulthood, voting rights and finish high school in 2036 (18 years).
  • Graduate from college around 2040 (22 to 23 years).

Fun Due Date Facts

  • Zodiac sign: Aquarius
  • Your baby will be born in the Chinese year of the dog.
  • Half Birthday: July 20, 2018 (6 months old)
  • This time next year your baby will be 27 weeks old!
  • Your baby will be born in the 8th most popular birthing month.
  • According to Mother Goose, Saturday's child works hard for a living.
  • Birthstone: Garnet
  • Birth Flower: Snowdrop (US) or Carnation (UK)
  • Birth Tree: Elm Tree, the noble-mindedness
  • Birth Color: Yellow
  • Life path number: 5
  • Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent Moon
  • First ever fortune cookie: You are kind-hearted and hospitable, cheerful and well-liked.

It's been...

  • 15.1 weeks
  • 106 days
  • 2544 hours
  • 152640 minutes
  • 9158400 seconds
since the start of your pregnancy
  • 24.9 weeks
  • 174 days
  • 4177 hours
  • 250620 minutes
  • 15037200 seconds
to go until conception
  • By Christmas 2018, baby will be 48 weeks and 3 days old.
  • By New Year's Day 2019, baby will be 49 weeks and 3 days old.
  • By Valentine's day 2018, baby will be 3 weeks and 4 days old.

Famous People Born on this Day

  • George Burns (American actor, comedian) was born in 1896.
  • Buzz Aldrin (American astronaut) was born in 1930.
  • David Lynch (American film director) was born in 1946.
  • Bill Maher (American actor, comedian, and political analyst) was born in 1956.

On This Day In History

  • 1936 - Edward VIII becomes King of the United Kingdom.
  • 1356 - Edward Balliol abdicates as King of Scotland.
  • 1990 - Tragedy at Baku – The Red Army killed Azerbaijani people in Baku.
  • 1502 - The present-day location of Rio de Janeiro is first explored.
  • 1960 - Hendrik Verwoerd announces a plebiscite on whether South Africa should become a Republic.
  • 1920 - The American Civil Liberties Union is founded.
  • 1788 - The third and main part of First Fleet arrives at Botany Bay. Arthur Phillip decides that Botany Bay is unsuitable for the location of a penal colony, and decides to move to Port Jackson.
  • 1885 - L.A. Thompson patents the roller coaster.
  • 1887 - The United States Senate allows the Navy to lease Pearl Harbor as a naval base.
  • 1921 - The first Constitution of Turkey is adopted, making fundamental changes in the source and exercise of sovereignty by consecrating the principle of national sovereignty.

Pregnancy Timeline

First TrimesterSecond TrimesterThird Trimester
Week 1: April 22, 2017 Week 13: July 15, 2017 Week 28: October 28, 2017
Week 2: April 29, 2017 Week 14: July 22, 2017 Week 29: November 04, 2017
Week 3: May 06, 2017 Week 15: July 29, 2017 Week 30: November 11, 2017
Week 4: May 13, 2017 Week 16: August 05, 2017 Week 31: November 18, 2017
Week 5: May 20, 2017 Week 17: August 12, 2017 Week 32: November 25, 2017
Week 6: May 27, 2017 Week 18: August 19, 2017 Week 33: December 02, 2017
Week 7: June 03, 2017 Week 19: August 26, 2017 Week 34: December 09, 2017
Week 8: June 10, 2017 Week 20: September 02, 2017 Week 35: December 16, 2017
Week 9: June 17, 2017 Week 21: September 09, 2017 Week 36: December 23, 2017
Week 10: June 24, 2017 Week 22: September 16, 2017 Week 37: December 30, 2017
Week 11: July 01, 2017 Week 23: September 23, 2017 Week 38: January 06, 2018
Week 12: July 08, 2017 Week 24: September 30, 2017 Week 39: January 13, 2018
  Week 25: October 07, 2017 Week 40: January 20, 2018
  Week 26: October 14, 2017 Week 41: January 27, 2018
  Week 27: October 21, 2017 Week 42: February 03, 2018

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