Posted By  Sarah L. Hosker, on

Congratulations, you are now entering your second trimester.

Your baby’s amazing growth and development continues. Did you know the intestines which were once housed in your baby’s umbilical cord have now entered the abdomen? Urine is now being produced by your baby and excreted into the amniotic fluid.

Now that your first trimester is complete, it’s time to begin using your OPERATION DUE DATE MOM & BABY TRACKING CHART.

With so many new and exciting changes taking place from week to week, it’s important to proactively keep track of the most important ones for the health of you and your baby. Watch your pregnancy evolve from a weekly chronicle in Week 13 to a daily register monitoring your baby’s kick counts in Week 28. Stay vigilant! Your delivery day will be here before you know it.

Author: Sarah L. Hosker

Sarah Hosker is a paralegal in Chicago, Illinois. Her interest in raising pregnancy awareness sparked when, in the summer of 2009, she learned of the passing of her niece less than a month before her due date. Together with friends and family, she Co-founded Project Alive & Kicking (PAK). Sarah is committed to volunteer work in the community and is an active member of at St. Teresa of Avila Parish. She also enjoys traveling, beachcombing, antiquing, visiting museums, photography, following the English Premier League and is a fan of the University of Georgia (UGA) football team. Sarah lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband, Ali.

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